Do you feel like time is always running short? Do you find yourself struggling to keep up with all the things you have to do as an artist or creative? Stop chasing the world around and get practical strategic advice from Sergio and Dr. Yanina Gomez on how to manage your life/work balance in a way that makes sense to you. In this Part 1 of 2 podcast episodes, we unpack this topic with a few effective tips so you can experienced a more balanced life.
What happens when the plans you make for your art career do not go as you wish they would? What happens when plans have to change? In this episode Sergio & Dr. Yanina Gomez address this issue and provide 4 practical suggestions to avoid feelings of frustration and defeat before they pop up:
Have you ever been asked to facilitate an Artist Talk during your solo exhibition? Chances are that if you have been showing for a while, you have been asked. Perhaps more than once. Yes, it is the dreaded “artist talk” many artists fear about. There are good reasons indeed. For once, you are in the spotlight and people are staring at you and your every move. Aren’t we supposed to make the art and let the people figure it out on their own?
Well, it turns out Artists Talks are not such bad idea after all and you do not have to be intimidated by them. In fact, a successful talk may result in greater self-confidence, can lead to increased sales, greater friendships, new connections and future opportunities. And, who wouldn’t want this?
In this podcast episode, we help you get ready for your next Artist Talk.
In this episode, Sergio Gomez chats with Thomas Griffin, CEO and Founder of Artsquare about launching an online platform designed to help artists manage their art career. ArtSquare is an online platform designed to save time managing your art career by instantly publishing your artwork to multiple online platforms that work best for you.
In this episode, Sergio Gomez talks with Elias Martin, Director of Floating World Gallery about the world of collecting, the art market and the future of international art fairs.
As a dealer, curator to private clients, collector, and educator with 16 years of professional experience, Elias has helped build important private collections and has placed works at notable public institutions. He is passionate about educating both his clients and the public on the fine art of woodblock prints in the Ukiyo-e, Shin Hanga, and Sosaku Hanga traditions, as well as on contemporary Japanese sculpture and painting. He has a special place in his heart for Sosaku Hanga and has personally amassed one of the world’s foremost collections.