A high level glance at artistic careers addressing the perks associated with work in the field, major myths about the pursuit, and important industry trends
This course provides professional designers and artists with guidance on utilizing platforms, resources, tools, and practices that will give their work a wider audience and help them foster and strengthen self-sustaining careers.
Should you be an amateur or hobby artist interested in becoming more serious, this course also provides tips on getting started and transitioning into a more professional role over time.
Requirements for passing Gigaverse's vetting process and earning Online Artist credentials, which indicate professionalism and adherence to best practices
Discussion of the major mainstream, artist-specific, and sales-oriented platforms through which artists can learn, network, gain clients, and make money.
An overview of tools that will help artists display their work, share private files with clients, keep track of progress on projects, and send invoices.
An overview of helpful human resources (specifically agents and galleries), career resources, educational resources, and sources of inspiration for artists.
Though there are many ways to find success as an artist, some are more effective than others. Here are tactics that have proven to be particularly useful.
An overview of the top time wasters, brand busters, finance blowers, and reputation ruiners professional artists would do well to avoid.
When it comes to legal issues, artists should be particularly mindful about copyright, plus contracts they establish with websites, employers, and dealers.
Examples of artists and designers who have monetized their artistic hobbies or built full time careers within the field, complete with important tips.
Important factors to consider before quitting your day job and becoming a full-time artist, as well as information on income levels and opportunities.