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Free Art Marketing & Art Business Podcast
For some time now I have been having a weekly conversation with Jason Horejs. He is a gallery owner, (Xanadu Gallery), author of “Starving” to Successful: The Fine Artist’s Guide to Getting Into Galleries and Selling More Art. His Red Dot Blog is very popular.
We have been visiting on a range of art business and art marketing topics. There is so much change with regard to what’s going on in the art market, including new trends in digital art marketing and the art business in general.
Jason and I have become good friends over the last several years, and we are like-minded on many aspects of the art business. It’s no surprise we agree the best ways to manage art marketing is evolving rapidly.
Our Gift to You. We Want You to Share in the Fun — And Art Marketing Knowledge!
Last week, we realized that many of the issues we were discussing would be of interest to artists and others in the art business. It was obvious to both of us that it would be fun to open the conversation up for you to listen in and participate in our art marketing and art business talks.
Join us Tuesday, January 31st, 4:00 p.m. MST for the discussion – to register, click here, or on the link below (registration is simple and free).
For those of you who have joined webinars with Jason in the past, this is going to be different. His webinars usually have a set topic, and a very clear agenda and objective (don’t worry, there are more of those coming as well). This is going to be an open-ended and wide-ranging conversation.
Have questions about the art market or need advice on a particular aspect of your career? Email Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org. He and I will try and address your question during the broadcast.
A note about start time: Because listeners are registering from all across the country (and a number from around the globe) start time always cause confusion. There is just one broadcast. It begins at 4:00 p.m. MST (local time for us) – this corresponds to 3:00 Pacific, 5:00 Central and 6:00 Eastern. Check the chart below for your start time.
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When you register for the broadcast it will show you registered for 4:00 MST – you will simply need to remember to translate that to your time. Jason will send out a reminder on Tuesday with the start time again, so please don’t panic when the broadcast system sends you the reminder in Mountain time.
Can’t make it to the broadcast because of a time conflict? No Worries!
GO AHEAD AND REGISTER ANYWAY! We will send you a recording.