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Headshot of Amani Olu with several publications on a table

Business of Art | 10 Steps to Protect Your Narrative as a Black Artist

“We must end the cycle of compromising our identities to participate in wealth production.” — Amani Olu Amani Olu, Founder and CEO of marketing agency Olu & Company, is, as stated in The Art Newspaper, an “art world multitasker.” This description is not an exaggeration. Olu is also the co-founder of Detroit Art Week, founder…

Image of unraveling tumbling landscape of tree branches, tendrils and gauzy membranes. Thick strokes of calligraphic gestures are intermingled with the intricate pen and ink line drawings depicting figures, animals and plants caught up in gnarled entanglements.

Business of Art | Crowdfunding 101

Crowdfunding Consultant and Artist Daniel Sharp shares what you need to know before launching your next successful crowdfunding campaign. With experience as an Arts Outreach Lead at Kickstarter and a track record of millions of dollars raised as a consultant for independent projects, Crowdfunding Consultant and Artist Daniel Sharp shared the do’s and don’ts of…

Business of Art | Literary Submissions 101

Top tips for getting your work seen by editors and publishers. When it comes to getting your work published, writing is only half of the job. Submitting your work to publications is also a big part of being a writer, and it requires some strategizing. Not sure where to begin? We compiled a series of…

#ArtistHotline | How to Look for Emergency Grants and Resources

Learn how to track financial relief for artists and freelancers, engage with other artists in difficult times, and ways to strengthen the arts community. New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) recently hosted a webinar for artists and freelancers on best practices for finding much-needed financial aid during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the demand for emergency…

Puerto Rico Earthquakes Resources Round-Up

Artists impacted by the Puerto Rico Earthquakes, find the support and community you need. Para leer este articulo en Español presione aquí. Recovering from a disaster is never easy, but it does not (and should not) have to be a lonely process. Several organizations out there can help you either through access to the right…