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Business of Art | Tackle Creative Block

Four generous and surprising ways to work through a creative impasse. If you’re an artist of any discipline, you are surely well-acquainted with creative block. You may dread its coming at times, and appreciate its ability to challenge you to improve or innovate at others. Many factors can cause the blank state of creative block,…

Business of Art | Five Ways to Stake Your Claim in the Arts Ecosystem

Takeaways from the inaugural Art World Conference that can help you focus your creative energies to develop a more purposeful practice. Art World Conference is a new business and financial literacy conference that includes panel discussions, conversations, and in-depth workshops addressing many of the opportunities and challenges faced by artists and arts professionals. The inaugural…

Business of Art | Protect Your Work from Flooding with These Three Steps

No matter your discipline, it is imperative to protect your records and your work from water damage. A major natural disaster is difficult enough without facing the prospect of losing your artistic work. 2019 has brought extreme flooding to several areas of the country, and will likely bring more as the year progresses. Artists across…

Business of Art | The Artist’s Survival Guide to Tax Season

Already filed your taxes? We salute you! If not, we’re sharing a few tips. April 15, 2019 is fast approaching, which means it’s time to get organized, reflect on your finances from 2018, and work on your 2019 financial goals. Many readers may have already checked the tax task off their To Do list for…

NYFA Source | Alabama Tornadoes Resources Round-Up

Artists impacted by the Southeast Storms, find the right resources to aid in your recovery. Artists, were you adversely impacted by the tornadoes that touched down in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina? We’re here to help you find your safety net. Aid is available in many forms, and the assistance offered by arts organizations…