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Organizations are listed in alphabetical order by name.
Arts Business Institute, 3000 Chestnut Ave, #300, Baltimore, MD 21211,
URL: www.artsbusinessinstitute.org
Description: A non-profit organization serving the art and craft-making communities, providing practical business education for creative entrepreneurs.
Art-Support, 1619 East Wright Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98404,
Email: info@art-support.com
URL: art-support.com
Description: Offers career advice to photographers and various support materials. Web site provides links to recommended photography galleries, museums, and other sites of interest.
Career Transition for Dancers, 165 W. 46th Street, Suite 701, New York, NY 10036-2501,
Email: info@careertransition.org
URL: www.careertransition.org
Description: A national career counseling organization for professional dancers. Los Angeles office: 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 902, Los Angeles, CA 90036-3635. There is also a toll-free hotline: 800-581-2833.
Caroll Michels, Career Coach and Artist Advocate, 1724 Burgos Drive, Sarasota, FL 34238,
Email: carollmichels@gmail.com
URL: www.carollmichels.com
Description: Author of "How to Survive & Prosper as an Artist," and founder of the Artist Help Network. Assist artists throughout the USA and abroad with career development through phone and in-person consultations. Also offers resource lists.
CUE Art Foundation, 137 W. 25th Street, New York, NY 10001,
URL: www.cueartfoundation.org
Description: Helps under-recognized artists throughout the United States with career development through exhibitions, residencies, and other programs.
International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP), 1040 Metropolitan Avenue, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11211,
URL: www.iscp-nyc.org/
Description: Provides career development opportunities for a select community of international artists. Participating artists are sponsored for periods from two months to two years by governments, corporations, foundations, galleries and individuals.
National Network for Artist Placement (The), 935 West Avenue 37, Los Angeles, CA 90065,
URL: www.artistplacement.com
Description: Provides artists with career counseling, and employment and survival skills services.
Springboard for the Arts, 308 Prince Street, St. Paul, MN 55101-1437,
Email: info@springboardforthearts.org
URL: www.springboardforthearts.org
Description: A source of management information & training for independent artists & small to mid-sized cultural organizations. Offers consultations, information, and workshops.


Publications are listed in alphabetical order by title.
Title: 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal (The)
Author/Editor: Gail McMeekin
Description: "Designed to inspire you further and urge you to take your creative dreams to the next level. . . The discussions and writing prompts are designed to deepen your intimate relationship with your creativity in your life, help you embrace and commit to the ideas that are yours to express, and guide you in developing effective strategies to envision and achieve your goals.”
Publisher: Conari Press
Publication Date: 2011
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Title: 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women (The): A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women
Author/Editor: Gail McMeekin
Description: A wealth of advice for the specific challenges creative women face today: thinking too small, underestimating the need for change, fearing the future, and lacking self-confidence. McMeekin combines interviews with some of today’s most successful women and her own success strategies to help readers transcend their blocks -- showing what is possible when you follow your heart and honor your gifts. (Career coach and artist-advocate, founder of the Artist Help Network, is featured in this book.)
Publisher: Conari Press
Publication Date: 2011
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Title: 187 Tips for Artists. How to Create a Successful Art Career - and Have Fun in the Process!
Author/Editor: Kathy Gulrich
Description: Includes practical tips, ideas, reminders, and advice on developing a career as an artist.
Publisher: Center City Publishing
Publication Date: 2003
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Title: An Artist's Guide. Making it in New York
Author/Editor: Daniel Grant
Description: A guide to getting started in New York for artists who want to move to the city temporarily or permanently.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2001
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Title: Art and Business of Photography (The)
Author/Editor: Susan Carr
Description: Provides essential information about the photographer’s legal and business concerns, and explains the difficult balance between maintaining a successful business and pursuing creative, noncommercial work in the photography field. Includes interviews with 11 top photographers. “My hope is that by offering an understanding of why the business of photography has changed, while simultaneously pinpointing the fundamental artistic and business basics that still hold true, I can point a way for photographers to shape their own unique careers.”
Publisher: New York: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2011
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Title: Art Marketing 101: A Handbook for the Fine Artist
Author/Editor: Constance Smith
Description: Revised edition. Covers various aspects of career development, including publicity, contacting galleries, preparing a marketing plan, and more.
Publisher: Artnetwork Press
Publication Date: 2007
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Title: Art That Pays: The Emerging Artist's Guide to Making a Living
Author/Editor: Adele Slaughter and Jeff Kober
Description: Discusses job opportunities and funding sources for your work. A guidebook for dealing with all of the practical aspects of an artist’s life.
Publisher: National Network for Artist Placement
Publication Date: 2004
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Title: Art World Dream (The): Alternative Strategies for Working Artists
Author/Editor: Eric Rudd
Description: Discusses the peaks and challenges of an artist's career and offers practical advice.
Publisher: CIRE Corporation
Publication Date: 2001
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Title: ART/WORK: Everything You Need to Know and Do as You Pursue Your Art Career
Author/Editor: Heather Darcy Bhandari and Jonathan Melber
Description: Imparts advice based on interviews with 100 curators, dealers and other arts professionals throughout the United States. Written by an art dealer and arts attorney.
Publisher: Free Press
Publication Date: 2009
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Title: Artist in the Office (The): How to Creatively Survive and Thrive Seven Days a Week
Author/Editor: Summer Pierre
Description: This charming and humorous book "isn't about throwing over your day job. It's about integrating the work you have to do with the work you want to do." The author tackles everything from money issues and the importance of patience during the creative process – to better organizing your time to countering the isolation of being an artist.
Publisher: Penguin Group
Publication Date: 2010
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Title: Artist's and Graphic Designer's Market (The)
Author/Editor: edited by Mary Burzlaff
Description: Revised annually. Describes a selection of galleries throughout the United States.
Publisher: North Light Books
Publication Date: 2013
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Title: Artist's Guide (The): How to Make a Living Doing What You Love
Author/Editor: Jackie Battenfield
Description: Using a “tough love approach” to pursuing a career in the visual arts, the author provides a comprehensive guide for both emerging and mid-career artists. Along with tips on planning and assessment, she presents strategies for self-management, including marketing, online promotion, building professional relationships, grant writing, and portfolio development.
Publisher: Da Capo Press
Publication Date: 2009
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Title: Artist's Marketing and Action Plan Workbook (The)
Author/Editor: Jonathan Talbot and Geoffrey Howard
Description: Revised. Guides artists through the process of learning how to sell artwork and develop a personalized, step-by-step marketing action plan.
Publisher: Jonathan Talbot
Publication Date: 2005
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Title: Artists' Survival Manual (The): A Complete Guide to Marketing Your Work
Author/Editor: Toby Judith Klayman and Cobbett Steinberg
Description: Revised edition. Full of sensible, good-natured practical career advice for artists.
Publisher: Klayman/Branchcomb
Publication Date: 1996
URL: www.klaymanart.com/mybook
Title: ASMP Guide to New Markets in Photography (The)
Author/Editor: Susan Carr
Description: Photographers learn how to navigate this changing landscape that guides them through a strategic analysis of their strengths and weaknesses and provides advice on building a business plan, marketing, and selling. Also included are concise business biographies of fifty visual artists who have successfully taken on the new markets in photography, to give readers an idea of the many directions a career today can take.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2012
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Title: ASMP Professional Business Practices in Photography
Author/Editor: American Society of Media Photographers
Description: Revised edition. Covers information on standard practices in stock and assignment photography to special one-time decisions. Includes business and legal forms.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2008
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Title: Becoming a Successful Artist
Author/Editor: Lewis Barrett Lehrman
Description: Twenty-one painters share their stories, inspiration and advice.
Publisher: North Light Books
Publication Date: 1996
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Title: Breaking Through the Clutter: Business Solutions for Women, Artists & Entrepreneurs
Author/Editor: Judith Luther Wilder
Description: Provides information on resources for artists, including grants, technical assistance, and the Internet.
Publisher: The National Network for Artist Placement
Publication Date: 1999
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Title: Bridges in the Mind. An Artist’s Handbook for Everyday Living
Author/Editor: Marianne Roccaforte
Description: Examines the realities, delights, and challenges of having a strong sense of wonder and an imagination that’s constantly “on.” Weaves in voices of successful writers, visual artists, musicians, actors, and dancers, and offers easy-to-practice techniques for such situations as transitioning from an absorbing session of art-making, communicating effectively in social and business settings, managing intense sensory and emotional experience, and sustaining a healthy and active creative life
Publisher: Benu Press
Publication Date: 2010
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Title: Business of Art (The)
Author/Editor: edited by Lee Caplin
Description: Revised edition. Includes information on working with galleries and museums, promoting art, financial planning, and more.
Publisher: Prentice Hall Press
Publication Date: 2000
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Title: Business of Art: An Artist's Guide to Profitable Self-Employment
Author/Editor: Phil Borden
Description: Revised. Includes information on career and business planning, marketing and promotion, budgeting and money management, legal issues, and financing creative work.
Publisher: Center for Cultural Innovation
Publication Date: 2012
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Title: Business of Being an Artist (The)
Author/Editor: Daniel Grant
Description: Revised edition. Covers a wide range of career-related topics.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2010
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Title: Career Solutions for Creative People. How to Balance Artistic Goals with Career Security
Author/Editor: Dr. Ronda Ormont
Description: Focuses on how to find the time and freedom to pursue art while making a stable living.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2001
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Title: CARFAC Ontario's Advisory Notes
Description: A compilation of articles on numerous career-related topics, ranging from an "Artist/Dealer Checklist" to "Warehouse Studio Health and Safety." Available on a CD or PDF format. Free to members.
Publisher: CARFAC Ontario
Publication Date:
Publisher's Address: CARFAC-Ontario, 401 Richmond Street WEst, Suite 440, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3AB, Canada,
URL: www.carfacontario.ca/page/carfac-ontarios-advisory-notes-cd-rom_77
Title: Crafts Business Answer Book (The): Starting, Manging and Marketing a Homebased Arts, Crafts or Design Business
Author/Editor: Barbara Brabec
Description: Revised. Devoted to artists who are beginning to develop a craft business. Includes start-up, marketing and managing tips.
Publisher: M. Evans & Company
Publication Date: 2006
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Title: Creating a Life Worth Living
Author/Editor: Carol Lloyd
Description: Provides a road map towards achieving creative renewal and career success. Weaves together anecdotes, insights, and exercises.
Publisher: HarperPerennial
Publication Date: 1997
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Title: Creating a Successful Craft Business
Author/Editor: Rogene and Robert Robbins
Description: Written by an established craft artist and business manager – who have lived through the trials and tribulations, and triumphs of starting a crafts business. Includes advice, tips, and hundreds of Internet resources.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2003
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Title: Creating the Work You Love: Courage, Commitment and Career
Author/Editor: Rick Jarlow
Description: Focuses on the cultural influences upon work which affect life choices. Explores the chakra system as a tool for career counseling.
Publisher: Inner Traditions International Limited
Publication Date: 1995
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Title: Fine Artist's Career Guide (The): Making Money in the Arts and Beyond
Author/Editor: Daniel Grant
Description: Revised edition. Contains practical advice, discussions, interviews, and success stories gleaned from a wide range of professional artists.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2004
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Title: Fine Artist's Guide to Marketing & Self-Promotion (The)
Author/Editor: Julius Vitali
Description: Revised edition. Covers effective techniques for marketing and promoting artwork, including presentation materials, exhibition opportunities, and press relations.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2003
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Title: Getting Your Sh*t Together: A Professional Practices Manual for Artists
Author/Editor: Karen Atkinson and GYST Ink
Description: Aims to help all artists everywhere avoid career development pitfalls and get on the track to success on their own terms. Filled with easy-to-follow instructions that will help you do everything from archive your work, to start a mailing list, to write a grant, and everything else you can think of. It will even address some topics you may not think you need to know about now - but you sure will later!
Publisher: Create Space Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2010
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Title: How to Become a Famous Artist and Still Paint Pictures
Author/Editor: W. Joe Innis
Description: Advice for making it in the arts and selling work.
Publisher: iUniverse.com
Publication Date: 2000
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Title: How to Grow as a Photographer. Reinventing Your Career.
Author/Editor: Tony Luna
Description: The advent of digital photography has meant that many traditional photographers have had to reinvent themselves and their work. This book that helps with this sometimes difficult transition, and how to get back on the path to creative fulfillment. Provides steps for taking a creative evolution and a chance to recognize, assess, plan, and implement a program for professional growth.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2006
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Title: How to Grow as an Artist
Author/Editor: Daniel Grant
Description: A guide to improving your skills as an artist. Topics include finding and selecting appropriate art materials, working safely and effectively from a home art studio, educational and exhibition opportunities, and more.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2002
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Title: How to Make Money as an Artist
Author/Editor: Sean Moore
Description: Written for artists who want to present themselves and their work in the best possible light to the largest possible audience.
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Publication Date: 2000
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Title: How to Start and Run a Commercial Art Gallery
Author/Editor: Edward Winkleman
Description: Although written for the art gallery world and those considering opening a gallery, many aspects the book will be of interest to those artists who want to sell work primarily out of their studio. It will provide a reality check to artists who are represented by galleries to better understand how a successful gallery should be run and the types of services artists should receive from a gallery. Written by a New York art dealer.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2009
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Title: How to Survive & Prosper as an Artist. Selling Yourself without Selling Your Soul
Author/Editor: Caroll Michels
Description: Revised edition. Written by a career coach who created the Artist Help Network. This classic handbook discusses how to navigate the often bewildering corridors of the art world.
Publisher: Henry Holt & Company
Publication Date: 2009
Email: carollmichels@gmail.com
URL: www.carollmichels.com
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Title: Information for Artists
Author/Editor: edited by Sarah Yates
Description: Revised edition. Outlines a variety of alternative venues of exhibitions and sale of work, and provides information on basic business practices and legislation affecting artists.
Publisher: Canadian Artist's Representation Ontario (CARO)
Publication Date: 2005
Publisher's Address: CARFAC Ontario, 401 Richmond Street West, Suite 440, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8, Canada,
Email: carfacontario@carfacontario.ca
URL: www.carfacontario.ca/page/cat/publications/
Title: Making it in the Art World. New Approaches to Galleries, Shows, and Raising Money
Author/Editor: Brainard Carey
Description: Covers submitting work to museums and galleries, getting connected with collectors, raising funds, and more.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2011
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Title: Marketing to the Affluent
Author/Editor: Thomas J. Stanley
Description: Revised edition. Provides information on the buying and patronage habits of the wealthy, and marketing tips.
Publisher: McGraw Hill
Publication Date: 1997
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Title: Most Art Sucks: Five Years of Coagula
Author/Editor: Mat Gleason, Tom Patchett & Walter Robinson
Description: A compilation of the work of many authors who view the art world with humor, insight and guts.
Publisher: Smart Art Press
Publication Date: 1998
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Title: My Painting is Done, Now What Do I Do?
Author/Editor: Suzie Seerey-Lester
Description: Covers advice about getting into shows, photographing work, framing, and more.
Publisher: Mermaid Press
Publication Date: 2007
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Title: On the Needs of Visual Artists: A Roundtable 2001
Description: A free publication based on a roundtable discussion involving a group of 33 artists from across the country.
Publisher: Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher's Address: Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, 830 North Tejon Street, Suite, Colorado Springs, CO 80903,
Email: office@sharpeartfdn.org
URL: www.sharpeartfdn.org
Title: Opportunities in Arts and Crafts Careers
Author/Editor: Elizabeth B. Gardner
Description: Revised. Provides tips for obtaining the best education in the field of arts and crafts.
Publisher: Contemporary Publishing Group, VGM Horizons
Publication Date: 2005
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Title: Opportunities in Cartooning and Animation Careers
Author/Editor: Terence J. Sacks
Description: Revised. Describes various career possibilities in the field of animation, and contact information for schools and training facilities with step-by-step details on how to submit your work.
Publisher: McGraw Hill
Publication Date: 2007
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Title: Photographer's Guide to Marketing and Self-Promotion (The)
Author/Editor: Maria Piscopo
Description: Revised edition. Discusses publicity, networking, researching prospective clients, and developing a personal marketing strategy.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2010
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Title: Photographer's Market
Description: Revised annually. Provides more than 1500 contacts for selling photographs, marketing advice, finding buyers, and more.
Publisher: Writer's Digest Books
Publication Date:
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Title: Photography Your Way. A Career Guide to Satisfaction and Success
Author/Editor: Chuck DeLaney
Description: Revised. Outlines careeer avenues and options, and includes grant information, business strategies, and discussions on business, legal and ethical issues.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2005
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Title: Photography: Focus on Profit
Author/Editor: Tom Zimberoff
Description: Demonstrates hundreds of proven procedures for making a profit, and supplies the software to do it with an accompanying CD-ROM.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2002
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Title: Poor Dancer's Almanac. Managing Life and Work in the Performing Arts
Author/Editor: edited by David R. White, Lise Friedman, and Tia Tibbits Levenson
Description: Revised edition.
Publisher: Duke University Press
Publication Date: 1993
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Title: Potter’s Professional Handbook
Author/Editor: Steve Branfman
Description: Information on how to set-up a pottery studio - including studio layout. Also covers issues related to marketing and selling work.
Publisher: American Ceramic Society
Publication Date: 1998
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Title: Practical Handbook for the Emerging Artist (The)
Author/Editor: Margaret R. Lazzari
Description: Revised. Designed to help visual art students make the transition from art school to their own art practice.
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
Publication Date: 2010
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Title: Seeing Out Louder
Author/Editor: Jerry Saltz
Description: The senior art critic for New York Magazine, signals out mismanaged museums, out-of-control auction houses, misguided artists, the gossip pages of Artforum, and the tent-city casinos known as Art Fairs. Saltz has an unsparing eye, a deep love of the art world, respect for artists, self-deprecating humor, sweet skepticism, and one of the easiest writing styles of any critic working today. Tracking the most recent all-out orgy of art and money, Saltz considers what this did to art and asks, now that the money is gone, how might art and the art world put their house in order?
Publisher: Hudson Hills Press, LLC
Publication Date: 2009
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Title: Selling Your Crafts
Author/Editor: Susan Joy Sager
Description: Provides tips and tactics for promoting and marketing crafts, and the necessary forms to start a business.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2003
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Title: Seven Days in the Art World
Author/Editor: Sarah Thornton
Description: A fly-on-the-wall account of the smart and strange subcultures that make, trade, curate, collect, and hype contemporary art. . . Reveals the new dynamics of creativity, taste, status, money, and the search for meaning in life. A judicious and juicy account of the institutions that have the power to shape art history, based on hundreds of interviews with high-profile players.
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Publication Date: 2009
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Title: Seven Mistakes Artists Make - and How You Can Avoid Them
Author/Editor: Kathy Gulrich
Description: CD by art coach Kathy Gulrich aimed at beginning artists. Includes practical tips and action steps to avoid the most common career development mistakes that artists make.
Publisher: Center City Publishing
Publication Date: 2006
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Title: Starting Your Career as an Artist: A Guide for Painters, Sculptors, Photographs, and Other Visual Artists
Author/Editor: Angie Wojak and Stacy Miller
Description: Chapters cover topics essential to artists who are entering the art world. Includes interviews with artists.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2011
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Title: Success Now! For Artists: A Motivational Guide for the Artrepreneur
Author/Editor: Renee Phillips
Description: Revised. Essays on various career-related topics for artists.
Publisher: Manhattan Arts International
Publication Date: 2003
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Title: Successful Artist’s Career Guide (The): Finding Your Way in the Business of Art
Author/Editor: Margaret Peot
Description: Covers a range of issues from health insurance to taxes and legal advice – and self-promotion and employment. Also provides advice for freelance artists.
Publisher: North Light Books
Publication Date: 2012
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Title: Successful Syndication. A Guide for Writers and Cartoonists
Author/Editor: Michael Sedge
Description: Systematically details how cartoonists and writers can get their work syndicated, including finding a syndication agency or setting-up self-syndication. Also includes information pricing, and marketing through the Internet and direct mail.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2000
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Title: Supporting Yourself as an Artist: A Practical Guide
Author/Editor: Deborah A. Hoover
Description: Revised edition. Provides advice on how to deal with common problems confronting artists. Emphasis on obtaining funding and proposal writing.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Date: 1989
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Title: Taking the Leap. Building a Career as a Visual Artist
Author/Editor: Cay Lang
Description: Revised. Covers a comprehensive range of career-related topics.
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Publication Date: 2006
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Title: The ASMP Guide to New Markets in Photography
Author/Editor: Susan Carr
Description: Photographers learn how to navigate this changing landscape that guides them through a strategic analysis of their strengths and weaknesses and provides advice on building a business plan, marketing, and selling. Also included are concise business biographies of fifty visual artists who have successfully taken on the new markets in photography, to give readers an idea of the many directions a career today can take.
Publisher: Allworth Press
Publication Date: 2012
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Title: The Profitable Artist: A Handbook for All Artists in the Performing Literary and Visual Arts
Author/Editor: Artspire
Description: A compilation of the best practices approach to planning and organizing an art career, based on more than thirty interviews and illustrated through anecdotes and in-depth case studies.”
Publisher: Allworth Press & the NY Foundation for the Arts
Publication Date: 2011
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Title: View from the Studio Door (The)
Author/Editor: Ted Orland
Description: Co-author of Art and Fear, Ted Orland confronts issues such as what are we really doing when we make art? What is art? Is there art after gradution? And how do we find our place in the artistic community?
Publisher: Continuum Press
Publication Date: 2006
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Title: Warhol Economy (The) : How Fashion, Art, and Music Drive New York City
Author/Editor: Elizabeth Currid
Description: An eagle-eyed look at the networking mechanics of the art-as-business crowd.
Publisher: Princeton Univesity Press
Publication Date: 2007
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Periodicals are listed in alphabetical order by title.
Title: Art Business News
Description: Covers news related to the art and framing industry, including business management, new products and art industry trends.
URL: www.artbusinessnews.com
Title: Art Opportunities Monthly
Description: Includes competitions, grants, exhibitions, public art commissions, and residencies. Available only via email.
Publisher: studioNOTES
Publisher's Address: studioNOTES, P.O. Box 502, Benicia, CA 94510-0502,
URL: www.artopportunitiesmonthly.com
Title: Ceramic Review
Description: Includes information on equipment, materials and techniques. www.ceramicreview.com
Publisher's Address: Ceramic Review, 63 Great Russell Street, London WC18 3BF, United Kingdom,
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Title: Crafts Report (The). The Business Resource for Artists & Retailers
Description: Provides how-to-articles on all facets of crafts business management and related topics; relevant industry news, and information on current issues and trends for the beginning and the established professional craftsperson. www.craftsreport.com
Publisher's Address: The Crafts Report, P.O. Box 5000, Iola, WI 54945-5000,
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Title: Hand Papermaking Newsletter
Description: Lists information and opportunities of interest to hand papermaking artists, including exhibits, competitions, conferences, and workshops.
Publisher's Address: Hand Papermaking Newsletter, P.O. Box 1070, Beltsville, MD 20704-1070,
URL: www.handpapermaking.org
Title: Professional Artist
Description: Formerly Art Calendar. Contains career-related articles and provides listings of opportunities for artists. Published 6 times a year.
Publisher: Turnstile Publications
Publisher's Address: Professional Artist, 1500 Park Center Drive, Orlando, FL 32835,
URL: www.professionalartistmag.com
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Title: Shuttle, Spindle and Dyepot
Description: For weavers, spinners, and dyers. Contains technical and historical articles as well as marketing and business information.
Publisher: Handweavers Guild of America
URL: www.weavespindye.org


Web Sites are listed in alphabetical order by title.
Title: About the Arts
Description: An offshoot of the Boston television show About the Arts. Features the work of guest artists, career resources, and upcoming events and exhibitions in the Boston area.
URL: www.aboutthearts.com
Title: ArtDeadline
Description: Lists juried shows, art festivals, grants, internships, scholarships, residencies, fellowships, competitions, and more.
URL: www.artdeadline.com
Title: Artists at Work
Description: An extensive monthly blog produced by GYST Ink. Provides career development advice on a multitude of subjects
URL: gyst-ink.com/blog
Title: CaFÉ™
Description: A user-friendly online system that provides open call information on public art commissions, exhibitions, grants, and awards. Users create a profile with contact information and upload digital images of their work, and CaFÉ™ allows you to apply to the respective open call entries directly from its Web site. Sponsored by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF).
URL: www.callforentry.org
Title: Chicago Artists Resource
Description: Includes career information and opportunities for artists. Sponsored by the Chicago Artists' Coalition.
URL: www.chicagoartistsresource.org
Title: Fractured Atlas Blog
Description: Focuses on various professional issues that artists face. Although the blog is primarily directed at performing artists, artists in all fields will find it of interest – with topics such as “Filling the Gap: Picking Up Where Art School Left Off,” “Competition in the Arts Sucks! Or Does It?” and “Fair Valuation: What is Your Work Worth?”
URL: www.fracturedatlas.org/site/blog
Title: Funding + Training + Resources for Artists
Description: Sponsored by the Artist Trust in Seattle. Provides career-related resources for artists.
URL: artisttrust.org/index.php/for-artists
Title: GYST Radio
Description: Part of a blog radio network. A resource for information on the business of art and strategies for a successful career in the arts.
URL: www.blogtalkradio.com/gystradio
Title: Informed Artist (The)
Description: Sponsored by the Seattle Public Library. Provides information links to various career topics for visual and performing artists, including resources for employment, grants, awards, scholarships, exhibitions, auditions, and competition opportunities.
Email: fpa@spl.org
URL: www.viewit.com/nwarts/arts/informed/informed.htm
Title: NYFA Source
Description: An extensive database for visual and performing artists and writers, and arts organizations. Includes numerous resources on career-related topics. Sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts.
URL: www.nyfa.org/nyfa_source.asp?id=47&fid=1
Title: Pyragraph.com
Description: An online publication devoted to Career, Culture, and How-To, as related to art, design, film, stage, and writing.
URL: www.pyragraph.com
Title: Rhizome
Description: A Web site devoted to artists who are using technology.
Email: info@rhizome.org
URL: www.rhizome.org
Title: TextileArts.net
Description: Devoted to career-related information for fiber artists, including materials, publications, marketing, techniques, and contacts in the fiber art world.
URL: www.textilearts.net
Title: Working Artists and the Greater Economy
Description: Draws attention to economic inequalities that exist in the arts, and works to resolve them. An activist group whose advocacy is currently focused on regulating the payment of artist fees by nonprofit art institutions and establishing a sustainable model for best practices between cultural producers and the institutions that contract their labor.
URL: www.wageforwork.com
Title: WPS1 Art Radio
Description: Sponsored by the PS1 Center for Contemporary Art, part of the Museum of Modern Art. Presents talk shows/interviews with contemporary artists and curators.
URL: tunein.com/radio/Art-radio-s44272