Useful information and resources for artists and art groups.
Avoiding Internet Art Scams – Information and links to help you avoid being taken advantage of by online scams.
Copyrights 1: Respecting Other Artists’ Work – Know when you can and can’t incorporate another artist’s work in your own.
Copyrights 2: Protecting Your Rights – How to prevent others from copying your work – and find out if they do!
Copyrights 3: What to do When Someone Copies Your Work – Practical and legal steps you can take when someone makes unauthorized use of your work.
It Takes a Guild – Why artists need effective art groups today more than ever.
Starting a Guild or Co-op – One of the founders of a very successful California art Guild explains how they got started and what they learned along the way!
Illegal Internships: the Dirty Secret of the Art World – the common practice of using unpaid interns for jobs in the art industry is illegal and can have serious consequences for the employer.
Surviving an IRS Audit – The prospect of an audit is terrifying for most artists and art groups. Fortunately, you can prepare by reading the actual guide used to train IRS agents for auditing the art world!
Branded Merchandise on your Website – Selling t-shirts, bumper stickers, calendars, and similar items is a great fund-raiser for your art organization. It can more than pay for the costs of your website. Best of all, it doesn’t cost anything to get started.
Basic Tips for Art Group Websites – To get the most out of your website, don’t overlook these simple tips!
Effective Websites for Artists and Art Groups – Everything you need to know to market and sell your artwork on the Internet! Internet Entrepreneur and marketing guru Robert Nicholson shares the insider tips you need… previously available only through his workshops and consulting services. For the first time, everything you need to know about websites and Internet marketing is available in one book.
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