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Parker Harris are providing seven videos which are free to view - about advice for those trying to succeed in the art market.
The series The Artist's Guide to Success in 2024 is
The videos are by a number of reputable people and are as follows
This series is a marketing initiative for mentoring services via Parker Harris. I don't normally highlight such initiatives but this one seems to have the potential to be rather better than most.
This is what you see if you sign up - and clarity about what you're agreeing to if you sign up.
As many of you will already know (if you read your emails!), Feedburner is terminating its email subscriber service in July - so I need to find a new home for my subscribers to Art Business Info for Artists - NEW.
I'm trialling follow.it for the email service for all those subscribed to this blog.
This should be the last email you get via Feedburner - when I work out how to switch off the Feedburner code for transmission! Should you get two sets of emails by mistake, I'd appreciate if you could let me know!
The good news is you shouldn't need to do anything! That's because I'll be getting my list of email subscribers imported into follow.it tomorrow. (Somebody has to do that for me as I have more than 100. It's a precaution against spammers!)
All future emails from this NEWS blog should come to you from follow.it and will look something like the one below which comes from my Making A Mark blog which I started at the end of last week.
The other main difference is that the subscription link - for new signups - is in the right-hand column of this blog (which you won't see if you're on a mobile/cell phone but will see on a desktop or tablet/iPad - and now looks somewhat different and, I think, a little easier to see.
If you want to recommend this new blog to friends or colleagues, then this is the link to refer them to.
Another difference is that there's a new photo of ME in the right-hand column, due to the fact I'm five years older and 35kg lighter from the previous one! (I'm getting fit for surgery, which will happen this autumn).
Covid or no covid, in the UK:
I'm guessing most artists are already online with their tax returns - but for those of you who are not, now is the time to get your act together if you generate more than £10k turnover p.a.
HMRC are providing a lot of help in terms of how to make it easier to get your tax right and manage your tax affairs more efficiently.
HMRC Info and Guides
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Katherine Tyrrell writes about art, artists and the art business and has followers all over the world. She also delivers workshops for art organisations and reviews websites and career strategies for artists.
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