About this course:
Do you have a studio full of wonderful work and no idea how to get it out into the world? Are you an exhibiting artist looking for additional ideas and ways to get your work seen? Have you been actively pursuing exhibitions but with little success? Are you uncertain how to pursue galleries in this ever-changing climate?
Including content from parts one & two of our popular "Launching Your Art Career Bootcamp," this shorter, more streamlined course focuses specifically on getting your work out in the world where people can see, enjoy and buy it! Whether you're a professional artist with exhibition experience or a talented amateur ready to take the plunge, this course will help you reset the way you think about pursuing exhibition opportunities and arm you with the tools, information, resources and action items to get started right away.
If you don't need everything offered in the "Launching Your Art Career Bootcamp" course and want to focus specifically on pursuing exhibition opportunities for your work, this is the course for you.
The information Alix Sloan shares demystified the process of getting my paintings exhibited and significantly shortened my path toward success. - Patty St.Louis, Artist
Hi there! I’ve been working in the arts, as a gallery director, gallery owner, curator, consultant, private dealer, author and educator for over twenty years.
I owned my own gallery in New York City from 2008 to 2012 and continue to mount exhibitions and work with collectors and artists. I also teach Business of Art courses and lecture on a variety of topics at art schools across the US.
Working with so many wonderful artists in so many different roles for so many years I noticed the same questions coming up again and again. I realized there was a lack of practical, straightforward information available to artists and in 2015 set out to do something about it. I wrote "Launching Your Art Career: A Practical Guide for Artists" which became a #1 book in its category on Amazon and is now in it's second edition.
In 2017 I founded the Practical Advice for Artists website to continue that work through free checklists and resources, a blog, online courses and personalized services for artists. I created these online courses to help make the information I teach in schools available to artists everywhere.