Planning your classes and workshops is always important. However, you should think about pacing as well as actual content. “Pacing” applies to you–your personal style
This morning, I was looking for a quote by Stuart Wilde, in his slightly-renegade book, “The Trick to Money is Having Some.” Here’s a section
Many teachers won’t talk about how much they get paid. They don’t want to risk future gigs by revealing the financial side of events. After
In the arts, the rules can be very different from other businesses. Our intense desire to share creativity with others can override common sense. Keep
One of the most successful ways that I’ve sold my art has been through local businesses, using the community art association as a liaison. If
Background: In December 2003, a debate flared up online when someone used the phrase ‘true art’ and tried to suggest that some artists’ works aren’t
If you’ve been teaching at shops for awhile, national art events might be your logical next step. However, they’re not the best choice for everyone.