Creative Toolkit: Professional Development

Professional Development Articles

Board Self Assesment Example 1 Board Self Assesment Example 2
Your work isn’t going to promote itself! To help, we’ve put together a list of local newspaper and news media that you can reach out to for press rel...
There are numerous reasons that a work of art's owner might require a photograph of the painting, drawing or object in question. You might be building...
By setting up an online portfolio and making use of social media, you can gain a new fans and a greater overall audience for your work. For no cost an...
Why is an artist statement important? An artist statement is an essential part of a good portfolio. Gallery owners respect the professionalism of a g...
Business Name / Logo   For Immediate Release [or include the date you want to release] – for example:  For Release After [TODAY’S DA]...
Distancing yourself from your own artwork can sometimes be challenging. However, it's important to articulate the ideas behind your work to objective ...
General Comments The artist résumé conventions presented here are designed primarily for use with commercial galleries. While its length, one to four...
Artist-in-residence and other residency programs give visiting artists a chance to stay and work so they may focus on practicing their art. Each resid...
It can be hard to communicate with a group, manage RSVPs, ticketing, scheduling, and the other tasks that come along with managing an event. Luckily, ...