“The feminist in me knew I had to write Muse and reclaim the term for a truer account of art history to exist.” —Ruth Millington
Brand Story & Marketing
Horrifying Artist About Pages (Just in Time for Halloween)
To wake the artist from the dead of tedious facts that tell us nothing about his or her art, I suggest weaving in a bit of story.
CHF’ Staff: Leading by Example
If you haven’t met them yet, you should read this article. Elizabeth Hulings, Penelope Thomas, and Daniel DiGriz, leading the way in leadership, communications, and digital marketing.
NDN World’s Connection to CHF
CHF has a standing connection to NDN World. Learn how CHF can help you digitize and be #futureready today.
Instagram, Google and The Creator Economy
There are so many resources available. We make it easy by providing summarized versions of content every artpreneur needs to grow their business and reach their goals.
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.
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.”
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.
Celebrating Email Mastermind Success
Topics covered by Carolyn Edlund included building an email subscriber list, understanding the anatomy of a successful email, building personal email campaigns, and using analytics to measure results and create new strategies.
The Thriving Artist™ podcast is now on Amazon & Audible!
Whitaker shares insights into evolving branding and advertising strategies: companies are collaborating with artists to put more personality into their marketing to rise above the competition.
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.
Curiosity is Currency
The new rules for business innovation could have been copied from the artist playbook! Artists are experts at leveraging curiosity and adapting to change.
Democratizing Art Marketing: The Upcoming Tsunami
Ecommerce is booming, traditional office culture is fading, and marketing is getting personal and real. Artists, this is a sea change we can get behind.