In this episode Sergio talks about turning a simple idea of challenging himself to paint small into a big promotion campaign that continues to bring new collectors to his work over and over again. In this episode you will hear how he launched it and reproduced it successfully every year since 2012. Don't miss it and take notes.
In this episode, Sergio Gomez chats with Tony Karman, President and Director of Expo Chicago.
EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, today announced the premier list of exhibitors for its eighth annual edition, September 19 – 22, 2019 at Navy Pier’s Festival Hall (600 E. Grand Ave). Marking another global edition, EXPO CHICAGO welcomes more than 135 leading galleries representing 24 countries and 68 cities from around the world. Countries represented at the 2019 exposition include: Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, The Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.
Do you want to connect with other artists, curators, gallerists or anyone else? As you know, networking can be intimidating, difficult and honestly sometimes frustrating.
Some people seem to have the magic wand to attract crowds while others have to work hard at it. In this episode, business expert Dale Miller shares amazing and practical strategies to connect with people both in person and online.
There is something very important to say about patience when it comes to growing an audience, selling art, getting opportunities and more. It seems like everyone wants fast results, quick wins and rise to success in no time. However, growing in audience today is not easy. To get the results you want takes time. It is a long term game not a shortchanged one. Maybe you have been struggling with that issue or maybe you see other succeeding and you wonder when it is going to be your turn. Well, this episode wil help you stay motivated for the long term. Enjoy!
Are having a hard time growing your engagement and audience on Instagram? Are you stuck or frustrated? Then check out this episode and learn seven powerful ways to start getting results.
Do you have an artist website? What makes a website attractive, functional and successful? In today's episode Sergio shares light about the top features your artists website should have and the reasons behind that features.
Marci Marsden is a Portland based artist. Her earliest creative expression was modern dance, but when diagnosed with an autoimmune disease at 19, she was forced to find other outlets to explore her creative spirit. She spent time with working in clay, she co-designed furniture pieces along side her ex husband. She also designed and made one off fashion pieces using vintage fabric.
But it wasn’t until deep challenges that she came to painting. In the last several years her autoimmune disease began to have physical manifestation resulting in many surgeries and in turn limiting the use of her hands. It can be challenging some days, to open jars or button her coat. But the one thing that it has not taken from her is her creativity. In a lot of ways it has actually brought her back to her art. No matter the limitations She have physically , her creativity remains in tact. And in a many ways it has been strengthened. Through these challenges and changing landscape that life is full of, It is the one constant thread.
Victoria Mitchell is a Canadian-based artists. In her early twenties creative projects included commission paintings, sketch design planning, and fashion illustration. Then in 1993 she shifted her focus to physical bodywork, which led to a 22 year career as a Registered Massage Therapist.
In recent years, and as a result of conversations with her ill father and the creation of a home art studio she returned to seriously pursing her passion in abstract/representational mixed media art. She began showing her paintings again in 2017 and she has not looked back since.
Kelly Joy Ladd converts obstacles into opportunities through paper. Combining her admiration for understanding the universe and self, Ladd explores connections between space, time and our many roles within it.
In this episode Sergio shares a live broadcast recording where he explains 6 strategies to talk about your art with greater impact.
Community Engagement in the Arts with Laura Sievert and Joi Cuartero of Quincy, IL.
Laura Sievert is Executive Director of Arts Quincy, America’s First Arts Council.
Joi Cuartero is Marketing & Communications director for Great River Economic Development Foundation
Imagine if the famous artists of the past had access to Instagram! In this week's episode of the Artist Next Level Podcast, I have the opportunity to chat with artist Laurence de Valmy. She is known for her paintings featuring Instagram posts from artists of historical significance.
Laurence de Valmy is a French born artist, who lives and works in Philadelphia area. She studied art both in France and in the USA. At first, she pursued a career in business in parallel of her artwork and has been a full time artist since 2015.
Her current work titledPOST series, depicts fictional Instagram Posts of the past of famous artists and invites us to reflect on the links between artists through times and the relationship between Art and social media today.
The artist combines her knowledge in art history and her skills in painting to appropriate iconic artworks and share their stories. Each artwork, created with acrylic, is a clever juxtaposition of an original painting and an imagined conversation historically accurate yet humorous.
Phil Irish makes paintings that are both fierce and beautiful. He is known for cutting paintings into fragments, and installing those pieces to make architecturally scaled collages that engage your senses and your mind.
Ontario artist, Phil Irish, has taken some dramatic turns in his creative practice. Very much a painter, he began to scale up his work to an immersive scale. Creating painterly collages that interact with architecture has opened up new opportunities and collaborations. These shifts have also involved rethinking business aspects of his work, from venues to funding. With the ecological and spiritual themes that underlie his work, artist residencies have also been a critical research opportunities - including the Banff Centre and on an arctic icebreaker.
Phil Irish holds degrees from York (MFA) and Guelph (BA). His work has been shown at public museums, artist-run-centres, and commercial galleries across Canada, and in touring group exhibitions in the USA.
In this episode, I share my guest appearance with Luis Martin, host of Studio Confessions Podcast. We talked about joy, happiness, family and hustle in the life of the artist. Take a listen and share with your friends.
What does it take to be an artist? Adaptation may be a good word. In this episode, Sergio and Chicago-based Jaime Foster talk about life, pets, family and the hustle life of an artist. Jaime shares her story and figuring out how to combine passions with the causes we care about.
Do you have trouble coming up with content ideas for Instagram? Are you running out of ideas what to post? Look no further. In today's episode, Sergio shares 20 Instagram Post Ideas to Try Next. Check out Sergio's new online course Social Media Skills for Artists to Grow Your Audience and Get Results in 2019. Visit http://www.theartistnextlevel.com/socialmedia
Are you having trouble catching up with all things social media? Do you feel like you just have no time to manage all your content? Maybe you just cannot seem to be able to grow your Instagram account. This episode is for YOU!
Social Media Course: http://www.theartistnextlevel.com/socialmedia
As we get started with the new year, have you taken the time to plan and THINK about the new year? In this episode I talk about planning and spending time thinking for the new year. This is an episode you do not want to miss.
Every year, I take time in my schedule to visit Art Basel Miami Beach and many of the other art fairs gather in Miami for that week. Everything from shows, art, people and more, Art Basel is a destination for thousands of people in the art world. In this episode, I chat with art expert Ruth Crnkovich and I share tips to visit Art Basel on a small budget.
I spent 25 minutes with artist and writer Sarah Opat talking about writing about art. This is something she is super passionate about. In the episode we discuss why artists should have their work written about and documented in their careers.
Twisted Oyster is an annual theme-based and socially conscious festival showcasing stories and works of human interest. At the core of the festival lies community engagement and social inclusion with a mission to place a spotlight on stories of human interest across a broad range of social issues, through the curation of films and time-based media artworks.
Twisted Oyster is a unique festival in Chicago where film and art intersect in a dual program exhibition. The works created by culturally diverse artists and filmmakers from around the world open doors to stories that engage the public into an in-depth experience of human tales and narratives. Every year, the festival selects a number of works created with the use of advanced digital technologies or electronics to create provocative installations, while films are selected by a jury panel of artists, filmmakers and writers.
The festival’s dual program offers an opportunity to experience local and international short, feature, fiction, experimental, documentary films, and animation, plus a time-based art exhibition that includes small and large installations and performance for an immersive sensorial experience.
Twisted Oyster hosts lectures, presentations and invites high school- and community college-level artists to show their films or video artworks.
In this episode I have a great chat with the brand new art space Satellite - Chicago in the eve of their debut opening their space to the public. This group of four young emerging artists and creatives share their experiences and challenges with collaborating with one another.
Satellite Chicago is a co-operatively run artists space for performative, interactive and installation-based art. Founded around the thesis that the monoculture of economic rationality does not allow for the collective imagination of new social/organizational projects.
Our mission is to: Activate the art exhibition space as a tool for producing disruptive sensorial experiences that estrange socio-spatial contexts from codified etiquettes.
November is the perfect time to take a minute to evaluate your art career and start planning for the next year. Often we wait till January to plan ahead. Understanding how you used your time and the results you got will help you strategize for success in the new year. This episode will help you look at the areas of marketing, sales, organization, productivity and wellness.art