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Join an Artist Group and Take Your Art to the Next Level

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The collaboration between Warhol and Basquiat is a good lesson in the value of joining artist groups that help you network and discover collaborators.

From Impressionism to Pop Art: Every Movement Begins as an Artist Group If you’re wondering whether you’d like to join a local artist group or create your own, it may be intimidating to imagine yourself among the ranks of the…

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3 questions to ask yourself before you blog about your art

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What’s the key to maintaining a successful art blog? Here at ArtWeb, we outline three of the most important questions to ask yourself.

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Advice on selling your artwork, whatever your career stage

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If you have read our previous comprehensive artwork pricing guide, you’ll appreciate that selling your artwork isn’t as simple as just adding up all of your obvious expenses (paints, canvas, studio rent and the like) and giving yourself a wage…

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Your guide to thriving as an artist outside the major art capitals

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Many of those today who aspire to a sustainable artistic practice, or already have a long history of precisely that, have found themselves confronted with a major dilemma as London, New York and other more obvious art capitals have become…

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Marketing for artists: should you start a newsletter?

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An artist newsletter can be a secret weapon for you to engage with your client base on a more personal level. This simple guide explains it all.

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What is the role of patrons for artists today?

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Artweb looks at the history of arts patronage and asks how and where it can be found today.

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A 6-step guide to art commissions

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Commissioning works best when it’s approached as a collaboration, not a service.

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8 New Year’s resolutions for artists to rekindle your creative spark

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As we say goodbye to 2020, there’s no better time to reflect on the challenges and successes of the past year and start planning for the twelve months ahead. The start of a new calendar marks a fresh slate ready…

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Generosity is infectious: the Artist Support Pledge

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The Artist Support Pledge is a way for artists to help each other during these uncertain times.

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Preparing for a recession as a contemporary artist

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Even as many governments worldwide begin to ‘reopen’ their economies after coronavirus-related shutdowns, it will be a long road to recovery. The Bank of England has predicted that the UK is facing its sharpest recession on record — in April, its economy…

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