Most Recent Past Issues
This issue covers the ins and outs of publishing in print and digital markets. Learn how to get press coverage, publish your own book of your work, submit works to blogs, and more.
Learn how to connect the dots to take your artwork in different directions and into new markets, including established art venues and alternative or non-profit spaces.
This issue is all about reinvention, including a piece about artists-turned-inventors. Check out our all-new look and expanded content!
Take control of your creative career and begin taking steps to achieve your goals.
Our November issue will encourage you to push your technical abilities, business skills and creative boundaries, regardless of your age, financial background or education.
Our October issue will encourage you to push yourself further and risk failure, instead of never trying.
Our September issue explains how good business organization can help move your art career forward faster.
In this issue, we highlight new technologies, and how to use them for your career, and explore digital platforms fit you and your artwork best.
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This month we focus on working with galleries while stressing the importance of organization, professionalism and presentation in the professional art world.
In this issue, we explore strategies for organizing your studio business so you can get the most out of your time, efforts and resources.
In this issue, we explore the ways in which your art connects with people, and ways in which you, the artist, connect with people.
Find the resources you need to dedicate more time and energy to your art, including funding sources, connecting more with buyers, or attending a residency program.
Learn how to dream big and accomplish your goals through having an optimistic attitude, focusing, and surrounding yourself with a strong artist support system.
This issue focuses on the idea of educating others - teaching workshops, providing mentorship and learning to communicate the message of your art in more compelling ways.