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Articles for artists navigating the business side of the art world


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▫︎ Art Framing and Hanging
▫︎ Art Pricing
▫︎ Art Shipping
▫︎ Art Submissions
▫︎ Artist’s CVs

How to Write an Artist’s CV When You Don’t Have Much (Or Any!) Professional Experience
For new and emerging artists, creating an artist's CV when you have …
Should you Include Artwork Prices on your Website?
There is thought to be a stigma around including prices on an …
How to Write a Contract for Commissioned Artworks
Many artists, ranging from emerging or amateur artists all the way to …
Places to Find Free Art Education and Inspiration
There are many art schools and classes to learn from, but there …
How to Choose an Art School
Choosing an art school, like any post-secondary institution, can be an exciting …
Approaching an Art Gallery: The Initial Email (an Example of What to Send)
At any point in an artist's career, they many begin to seek …
Examples of Artwork Labels
There are a few questions I constantly receive, and one of the …
Which artworks should you include in an artist submission?
It can be daunting to choose a certain number of your artworks …


The Practical Art World FAQ

How do I format my artist’s CV?

Check out formatting tips and categories in this post.

How do I label artwork in an exhibition?
How to I write an artist’s CV when I have no experience?

This article will walk you through how to write an artist’s CV when you have little (or no!) experience.



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