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How One Artist is Preserving Her Legacy
Have you ever thought about what happens to the art you’ve created during a lifetime? Learn how Trine Churchill took her legacy into her own hands.
How One Museum Moved its Exhibitions Online During COVID-19
Learn how the Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens quickly pivoted and brought their Winter Park Paint Out online during the coronavirus pandemic.
Can You Learn to "Be the Artist You Want to Be" From a Book?
"Be the Artist," from the artist Detour gives you the tools to do just that. Artwork Archive co-founder Justin Anthony sits down with him to discuss the book.
Do You Know You Are an Artist? Or, Do You Decide to Be One?
How five professional artists understand and commit to their artist identity and career.
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The Role of the Art Patron in 2020 ... and How to Find Them
Replicate the powerful impact of historical art patronage by building long-lasting relationships with your clients.
Have Art Careers Changed in the Last Decade?
How might they change in the next one? We asked seven artists to weigh in.
3 Artists on How They Found Their Way in a Fine Art Career
We asked three artists to reflect on their career paths, turning points, and how they make decisions that affect their art careers.
How NOAH is Advancing the Field of Arts in Health
Learn how the National Organization of Arts in Health impacts our health and wellbeing.
An Interview with Barbara Goldstein, a Public Art Network Award Recipient
Barbara shares her creative placemaking and public art planning expertise.
Tired of learning things the hard way? This free summit is here to help.
Founder of The Fine Artist Summit, Miguel Mayher answers our questions on how the summit can help artists gain an edge in their art career.
The Biggest Challenges Artists Face During Their Career
Artist Jaq Chartier talks with us about the traps that artists can fall into and how to overcome them.
The Scientific and Creative Process of Artist Jaq Chartier
Through the continual testing of materials, Chartier's work explores creativity, craft, science, art—and all the gray areas in between.
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What Artists Should Know About Working with Interior Designers
There’s an art to working with interior designers, so we asked three of them to walk us through the process.
Ask a Conservator: How Should I Care for Works on Paper?
Get expert advice on acquiring and caring for works on paper from one of the country’s leading conservators.
From Overlooked to Emerging: Israeli Art
Israel’s art scene, which has been overlooked by the art world for years, is now on the rise.
How to Find a New Direction in Your Art Practice
Feeling stuck in your art career? Try working on the same thing over and over and over to get to your best ideas.
Lessons From the Front Lines: The Importance of Being an Organized Artist
Six lessons Founder of Client Raiser, Danielle Glosser has learned after nearly a decade of working with artists on growing their careers.
Ask a Gallerist: What is the Best Way to Approach a Gallery?
Six questions with gallerist and curator Jamnea FInlayson.
Artwork Archive Featured Collection: San Diego International Airport
From solar powered animations to singing TSA staff, this airport is committed to bringing memorable experiences to its travelers.
stARTup Fair is Eclectic, Immersive, and in a Hotel. It Also Launches Art Careers.
We sat down with stARTup Fair Director, Ray Beldner about the vision behind stARTup Fair.
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