Are you tired of spending too much time promoting your art? This video will help you save time and be more effective.
It's the end of the year! How are you thanking your art collectors, customers, and followers? In this episode, Beth and I provide practical ideas you can use to thank your special people now or later.
What do you do in-between projects to refresh, get inspired, or get back on track? In this episode, Beth Inglish and I talk about the in-between moments and what things you can do to fuel your creative self.
In this episode with Beth Inglish, we talk about building habits to help you succeed in your art career. We share our success and failures when it comes to building habits.
Meet Chris Cantele, president of the Chicago Alliance of Visual Artists. Chris has led CAVA from 70 Members in 2011 to over 240 today. CAVA is a volunteer not-for-profit organization founded to serve nationwide artists aged 50 and over. https://www.wearecava.org
In this episode, Sergio chats with artist Sara Gallagher about her current online show Our Inner World with 33 Contemporary Gallery.
View show: https://www.artsy.net/show/33-contemporary-our-inner-world
Are you planning to make art sales before the year ends? How do we sell art in an economic downturn? In this episode, Sergio talks about how to prepare and make the most of the last 3 months of 2022. Learn more about the Small Works Art Sales Challenge. https://www.theartistnextlevel.com/smallworks
What if you want to change your art style? Is it ok to do it? What are the implications? In this episode with internationally acclaimed artist Drew Harris, we chat about this topic.
Register for WEVOLVE Chicago Artist Retreat for Sept 17-18 at www.theartistnextlevel.com/wevolve
How do you overcome the obstacles that come your way in your art career? In this episode, Beth Inglish and I talk about this topic and share our experiences.
Do you want to invigorate your studio practice? In this episode, we chat with internationally acclaimed artist Drew Harris about how to maintain excitement in your art studio.
Join Drew in Chicago for the WEVOLVE artists retreat Sept 17-18. Learn more at: https://www.theartistnextlevel.com/wevolve
What does it take to succeed as an emerging artist in 2022? In this episode, Victoria J. Fry, founder of Visionary Art Collective shares 4 powerful tips to thrive as an artist. Do not miss the bonus power tip shared at the end. Follow VAC on Instagram at @visionaryartcollective
Let’s talk about when to use photos, reels, and stories on Instagram. Each type of content has its purpose and its advantage over the other.
Check out my Reels challenge at: https://www.theartistnextlevel.com/reels
In this episode, Dr. Yanina and Sergio talk about the tendencies that creatives may have to sabotage their success. They also share a few strategies to become more aware of this trap and what to do about it.
Let's take a look at where the NFT space is right now. We talk about how to get started and what the blockchain can do for artists in the future. Richard Pagan is a blockchain expert and Laura Barham is an artist-photographer.
In today's episode, have the pleasure of talking with Narimon Safavi, CEO of Generative Multilogue. We discuss the intersection of creativity, dialogue and technology in the world today.
Generative Multilogue is a social enterprise at the intersection of art and technology, which aims to be a platform to support art that is about dialogue and inducing empathy in the audience.
You want to be confident about the decisions you make for your art career and feel positive about your progress. But, your inner critic is often making you second-guess yourself. Therefore, you must listen to my conversation with Dr. Yanina Gomez about facing our inner critic. In our upcoming book, Crush Self-Sabotage and Live Fully! The Artist's Wellness Journey to Confidence and Success, we go deeper into this challenge that most of us experience in our art career.
In today's episode, I chat with Alex Farkas about how the online art market has changed in the last 15 years with. Founded by Gallery Director Alex Farkas in 2006, UGallery has developed a loyal following of art collectors, artists, and interior designers in all 50 states and over 50 countries.
If you feel overwhelm right now, watch this video. In today's chat with my friend Beth Inglish I share why sometimes you need to give yourself permission to be present where you need to be and forget about your marketing, social media and all the other things that take up much of our daily attention. Let me know what you think about this.