Five First Steps for Making Your Events More Accessible
We share recommendations from visual, performing, and participatory artist Jess Thom—aka Touretteshero—for artists and artist collectives holding public events and performances.
How to Thrive as a Mature Artist
We spoke with Carter Burden Gallery Director Marlena Vaccaro about the Gallery’s work with artists over 60 and her advice for mature artists and artists of all ages.
How Does A Gallery Find Me?
A talk with Michael Findlay from Acquavella Galleries.
Top 9 Tips for Thriving in New York City
Tips and advice for working in the arts and navigating opportunities in New York City.
Business Models: What Are They?
A business model primer for individual artists, arts organizations, and for-profit ventures with active arts programming.
Cover Letter Tips for Art Administrators
Write a new and unique cover letter for every position you apply for.
Artists: This Is What You Need to Know About Gallerists
What it takes to build a good relationship between artists and gallerists.
How to Select an Artist Residency Program: Advice from Artist Rosemarie Fiore
Here's what you should look for when you need to break away from your daily routine.
Navigating Sponsorship Opportunities
Learn how to identify and approach potential sponsors for your next art exhibition or project.
Cultivating Community through Residencies + Opportunities Round-Up
During the "Residencies 101" #ArtistHotline Guest Chat in 2017, we heard from sound artist Maria Chávez, Residency Program Manager at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts Holly Kranker, and poet Sally Wen Mao. The three guest tweeters shared tips for connecting with fellow residents. The post also includes artist residency programs from NYFA Source.
Art Resources for People with Disabilities
A summary of disability-specific art organizations, advocacy groups and online resources.
Everything You Need to Know About Literary Submissions
Being published in a literary magazine can be a necessary first step to attracting agents and gaining an audience for you and your work.