Artists’ Open Studios are a great idea for artists whether they are working from home or a separate allocated studio space.
This post lists a bunch of reasons to show from your studio, including making direct sales without paying a commission, growing your mailing list, and meeting your collectors and patrons. Read More
Roy Tyson is a driven artist who enjoyed the thrill of taking part in artists' fairs where he could learn from his visitors and sell his fine art photography. It led him to set up his own art fair called Roy’s People Art Fair, in 2017 which now takes place twice a year. Read More
This episode of the podcast is all about licensing art which allows the artist to create another revenue stream from their work. My guest is Jehane Boden Spiers who is an art consultant, helping artists license their art and designs. Read More
In this episode of the podcast I talk to business strategist and coach, Nicole Liloia. Read More
She explains business karma which might be holding back your success. Nicole talks about being responsive to other people, requests, emails and the like, if you are finding that people are not following up and responding to you
In this episode I talk to Rachel Gluyas from Dulwich Festival Artists' Open House. Rachel organises the artists' open house much like I do for Camberwell Arts, and in this conversation we were able to get into the aspects of our roles that are little seen by the artists we support. Read More
In this episode I talk to artist and designer Sarah Hamilton about the Just A Card campaign which encourages people to buy from independent shops and makers. Read More
Sarah talks about what inspired her to start the campaign and how she grew her volunteer team to help support the project.
In this episode we talk about arts markets and craft fairs where artists and makers can sell directly to the public. With Debbie Allen, I discuss the ways to make the best of the selling opportunity and the kit you should have for your stand. Read More