CHF Art-Business Accelerator Fellow, glass artist Terri Albanese, offers hope, healing, and acknowledgement to healthcare professionals.
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Passion Meets Purpose: Why Our Communities Need Thriving Artists
What’s the magic sauce for creating a healthy, functional creative practice that sustains us and contributes our best to our uncertain world?
The Athlete, The Academic, and The Artist
What would happen if the average adult did not know how to “fit into” society and share themselves with others? Our economy would not grow, our science would not advance, and our societies would be fraught with despair.
Virtual & Analog Art
We can have one foot in the world of visceral taste and touch and another foot in the digital world without having to split ourselves in half.
Another Way to Be Creative: Everett Kohl on Digital Ownership, Art & Memorabilia
NFTs are a whole new medium to explore. There are lots of people looking to invest in artists who are in this NFT space. The chance to get your name out there and develop a fan base is huge.
Five Stories You Don’t Want to Miss
There are so many resources available. We want to make it easy by providing summarized versions of content every artpreneur needs to keep front and center.
Confidence is Key
Confidence is Key. Three pieces provide insights into why confidence is key: providing inspiration, expertise, and advice from our Fellows.
What is an “Artpreneur”?
What is an Artpreneur? Three pieces provide insights into what an artpreneur is, give some inspiration, and showcase advice that could come straight from Clark Hulings’ playbook.
Clark Hulings—Archetype of the Independent Artist
Writer James D. Balestrieri: “An artist really shouldn’t care about being in the canon. They should do what they do, which is what Clark Hulings did: work at their work.”
Community Matters. Clark Hulings understood the value of connecting with his peers. Here some words you might have missed. Inspiration, motivation, and a path to connect with your community.
Go Against the Grain.
Going Against the Grain. Clark Hulings knew how and did it. Here some words you might have missed. Inspiration, motivation, and tools to make your dreams a reality.
Elizabeth Hulings on Women Founders
Elizabeth Hulings shows her business chops and talks about sharing a car seat with her father’s drying plein air paintings.
Fracreation is creative healing arising out of adversity—making a new world from the fragments of the old.
Stock Art Can Go to Hell: Corporate Art Without Compromise—Melissa Whitaker
“I try to put everything, all of me, into the art.” Melissa Whitaker’s work—even for collaborations with corporate clients—is always her own.
Thriving in 2020 And Beyond
Despite the economic barriers of 2020, CHF virtualized its programming to help artists most impacted by the pandemic to build their art businesses.