The start of a new year offers the perfect time to reflect on the past year’s successes and shortcomings, take stock of what’s working in your art career, and think about where you want to be a year from now.
Contributed by Mia Scharphie, Founder of Build Yourself career advancement training for ambitious creative women and Creative Agency. Are you one of those business owners with 17 new ideas a day? I am, and a few years ago, when I was first starting my business, here’s what I had on my plate: a freelance design research
Contributed by tax expert Hannah Cole of Sunlight Tax Tax season is soon upon us yet again. How did you do last year? If you gave yourself anything less than an A+, here are a few things to help you do a better job on your taxes this time around.
Artpreneur.org is a huge fan of Artwork Archive, a simple and streamlined art inventory system that helps artists flourish. We asked them to share a post with us to help our readers learn more about the tool and how artists are using it to their advantage.
Estate planning can be a difficult subject for anyone. No one likes to think about how or when life might end. From the technicalities of financial planning to the emotional issues of choosing beneficiaries and considering end-of-life care, the entire process is a daunting task. However, estate planning is an essential process both for the
Even as curating data has become more ubiquitous in all industries, the ability for artists to track the impact of their music online remains difficult. The distribution of revenue from streaming services in the music industry remains ambiguous and artists tend to focus their energy on creating, performing, and marketing.
The Wallace Foundation conducted a four-year case study of the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s initiative to better engage a younger audience as part of its studies into building arts audiences. The full report, published in the spring of 2015, is available here.
As it is now, the music industry operates much the same with payouts as it did before the advent of streaming services. Companies such as Spotify pay the same percentage of revenue to the copyright owner as an iTunes download – 73%. Rethink Music, an initiative of Berklee’s Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship, elucidated the current