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|Description:||xiv, 249 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: is this book for you? --
Prospering in the new marketplace --
Facebook and Twitter for the complete beginner --
Passwords and how to make the best ones --
Using social media platforms for sharing art --
Advertising your art on the web --
eBay and selling art online: two cases --
Art fairs: small and large --
Public art and independent projects --
Art consultants and the digital gallery --
The daily grind: managing time and the dream of art --
Organizing studio visits, parties, and your cult following --
Museums, galleries, and purity --
The artist statement --
New frontiers: the non-visible museum --
How to use this book as a textbook for a course on professional development for artists.
Artists living in the new millennium must create new models for exhibitions and sales. They must also be aware of new modes of communication, from occupying un-rented space to social networking and the latest mobile phone apps. This book is like a language course that aims to enhance your ability to communicate your creative ideas to the world.
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