Aug/Sept 2015 (print)

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Included in this issue:
• Land a Job in Academia
• Secrets to Etsy Success
• Snag a Book Deal
• Learn on Lynda.com
• Can Creativity Be Taught?
• Loving Amateur Artists
• And More!

CONTENTS

AUG+SEPT 2015 VOLUME 29 // NUMBER 4

ON THE COVER:

How Does It Look for Tomorrow? (Lost – umbrella), 2015, by Cybéle Young. Japanese paper construction, 40” x 30” x 5 ½”. Copyright © 2015 Cybéle Young. Used by permission of the artist. Image courtesy of Forum Gallery, New York.
Read more about Young on Page 54.

FEATURES
14 Can Creativity Be Taught?
By Vicki Krohn Amorose

20 Become an Artist Author
By Gigi Rosenberg

28 How to Land a Job in Academia
By Matthew Daub

38 Shelly Hehenberger: Art Inspired by Nature
By Ora Sorensen

42 Teaching from Home Vs. Renting a Space
By Elena Parashko

46 An Imperfect Law: 25 Years of VARA
By Daniel Grant

54 Love Amateur Artists and Stay One Yourself
By Gwenn Seemel

60 Ten Secrets to Selling Art on the New Etsy
By Thea Fiore Bloom

68 Could We Be Better Art Instructors?
By Phil Sylvester

DEPARTMENTS
4 Editor’s Letter
By Gigi Rosenberg

5 Headlines & Details
By Gigi Rosenberg

12 Artist Spotlight: Sammy Chong
By Jenny Andreasson

75 Calls to Artists

COLUMNS
26 State of the Art: Lynda.com and Online Education
By Terry Sullivan

59 Planning Your Art Business: The Artist as Educator
By Robert Reed

67 Coaching the Artist: Building Your List
By Eric Maisel

74 Heart to Heart: Are You Stressed?
By Jack White

80 Artrepreneur Coach: Want to Be an Art Therapist?
By Renée Phillips

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Weight 1.5 lbs