Monthly Archives: March 2011

Art Newsletters Worth Signing Up For

Canadian Art e-weekly Aside from its monthly print periodical, Canadian Art Magazine publishes rich online content focusing on contemporary Canadian artists and exhibitions. On their website they post previews and reviews of exhibitions, slide shows, recommendations (“See it”), and also

Art Newsletters Worth Signing Up For

Canadian Art e-weekly Aside from its monthly print periodical, Canadian Art Magazine publishes rich online content focusing on contemporary Canadian artists and exhibitions. On their website they post previews and reviews of exhibitions, slide shows, recommendations (“See it”), and also

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WordPress vs. Blogger vs. Tumblr: Free Artist Websites

Free blog hosts are a great resource for artists who want to create their own portfolio or website online. Below I have provided a short summary of three of the most popular free blogging hosts: Blogger, WordPress, and Tumblr. Blogger

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WordPress vs. Blogger vs. Tumblr: Free Artist Websites

Free blog hosts are a great resource for artists who want to create their own portfolio or website online. Below I have provided a short summary of three of the most popular free blogging hosts: Blogger, WordPress, and Tumblr. Blogger

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Should you Include Prices on your Art Website?

There is thought to be a stigma around including prices on an artist’s website. But whether or not you should include prices on your website depends on what exactly you use your website for. There are of course no clear-cut

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Should you Include Prices on your Art Website?

There is thought to be a stigma around including prices on an artist’s website. But whether or not you should include prices on your website depends on what exactly you use your website for. There are of course no clear-cut

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Upcoming deadline: the Canada Council Art Bank Purchase Program

The Canada Council Art Bank is the largest contemporary art collection in the country. Each year, their purchase program accepts submissions from Canadian artists. The collection, made up of over 18,000 works, is rented out to corporations, institutions, government departments

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Upcoming deadline: the Canada Council Art Bank Purchase Program

The Canada Council Art Bank is the largest contemporary art collection in the country. Each year, their purchase program accepts submissions from Canadian artists. The collection, made up of over 18,000 works, is rented out to corporations, institutions, government departments