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The US Copyright Office is ‘modernizing’ group registration of photos

January 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Published Jan 26, 2018 | Damien Demolder www.dpreview.com Photographers in the USA wishing to register groups of images for copyright protection will find the process much simpler and easier starting on February 20th. According to the US Copyright Office, ‘modernized’ practices will let people register either published or unpublished work via a new on-line application system (no more […]

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Five Tips for Artists to Avoid Copyright, Trademark, and Related Legal Problems

October 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Here are five suggestions on how visual artists can avoid creating work that has legal problems. Be Aware of the Most Significant Art-Related Laws You need not become a legal scholar. However, a general acquaintance with the substantive laws most relevant to your work is helpful. While copyright law is often the area of law […]

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10 Things You Need to Make a Successful Art Business

June 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

by Barney Davey How to Make a Successful Art Business Ask 12 people what artists need to create a sustainable business model based on selling their art, you will get a dozen different answers. Here’s what I have learned in 30 years of helping artists find the most efficient ways to get their work to […]

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Discover easy cheap ways to promote your art business here.

January 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Reprinted with permission from our colleague and friend- Barney Davey. Learn more at: http://artmarketingnews.com/ Here are some useful suggestions for you to promote your art career. You will find links to other Art Print Issues posts in the list. I mention this to emphasize the amount of free art marketing and art business information and ideas […]

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Tips for Hanging Artwork

August 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Hang your pictures like a professional! Once you have your artwork professionally framed, the next step is to hang it properly. Even the most beautifully framed artwork can be a distraction if it is hung too high, too low or next to the wrong size picture. A single picture or group of pictures should hang […]

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