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Going Public as an Artist: what you need to know to work with a pro

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Amy Conger

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We've said it time and time again: if you are a working artist, you must attend to the business of art. But how do you get your foot in the door? You can work with a professional representative or publicist, but how do you know what to expect? What will they do and not do? What kind of financial arrangement is fair?

 

Today we are joined by painter/artist representative Francine Kohn and writer/publicist Dana Litoff who will demystify some of the ins and out of the art world for artists nterested in furthering their careers through publicity or representation. As always, we welcome call-in questions at (347) 855-8744.

 

Also mentioned on the show:

 

• Performer and teacher Bethany Trombly's next BodyMindFull workshop has been postponed to a later date.

 

• East Bay writer, artist and teacher elizaBeth Benson-Udom is offering "writing your way," group and one-to-one support for writers and wannabes. 510-809-5210.

 

• Free workshop "Grantseeking Basics for Individuals in the Arts", Friday, Dec 11, 12-1:30 pm at The Foundation Center in San Francisco. (They have five locations in the US. See their website for more excellent resources for non-profits and individuals.)

 

• Leave a message on God's Answering Machine: 800-871-9012 x 3176632#. Say what you will and pass it on.

 

:: Photo above by ericka ::

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