Art Business Success: For Artist Or Gallery Owners.
What you'll learn
- Revenue ideas before you start.
- Where to teach.
- How to get started with teaching.
- How to get paid for what you love to do.
- What to teach by charting your strengths.
- Funding ideas.
- Social Media and building a following.
- Basic steps to opening an Art Gallery.
- The best locations and the best Gallery layout
- How to get artist and promote them.
- No skills or experience required.
- An interest in Art or the Art business.
Have you ever wanted to have your own art business or open your own art gallery? This course will give you tips on how to do both. I will go over numerous ways to make money in the arts and crafts field. Many of the ideas are things that you would not normally think of as far as where to teach your craft. I will tell you how to promote yourself and local places to use as well as social media sites that work best. Discussion will include how to grow your following.
You should take this class if you are an artist or a gallery owner who may be missing some good ideas for getting more revenue. You will learn basic ideas to start your art business or to open a gallery. Everything I will tell you is from my experience of opening my own gallery and talking to numerous artists on how to be successful. Advice will be given from my experiences about what works and doesn't. Think outside of "the box" to make sure you are covering all of your bases. So come on in and have some fun. I am sure you find some things that you can use to help your business!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to make money as an artist or gallery owner.
- Artist who are not sure of where to teach.
- Artist and handcrafters looking for ways to grow their business.
I am currently the owner of an Art Gallery. I have had several business adventures and learned how to be successful. Also, with a background of sales and customer service, I know what the people want. From numerous conversations with artist, I have learned what to do to make a profit in the art industry. Experienced in knowing where your skills will benefit the most.