Leverage Your Art Through Licensing

When you make art, you own the copyright to it immediately, and you alone have the right to use your art however you wish. CHF Education Director Carolyn Edlund gives insight as to how an artist can create ongoing income through licensing.

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Carolyn Edlund
With a background as a self-employed artist and art business writer and consultant, Carolyn Edlund brings 35 years of experience in the industry to her work with creative entrepreneurs. She is the founder of the top ten blog “Artsy Shark” and has authored seven courses on art marketing, pricing, sales strategies and other business topics for visual artists. She currently works with the Clark Hulings Foundation as the Director of Sales and Events and has presented more than 50 art-business workshops throughout the U.S. and abroad.

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  1. Thanks for the Art Licensing details I have wanted and done a few Art Licensing assignments
    I have since college wanted to have my art on fabric and I have a design I want on Bathroom/bedding and had interest with regards to it so I believe this partial quarantine time would give me time and headspace to get the footing on producing
    I have a Restaurant Owner I used to exhibit and sold quite a bit of works when he was in Harlem 2006-2008 He newly opened a restaurant in Brooklyn and asked me to exhibit 60 days and he’s not asking a fee for works sold. Initially I wanted to ask an art licensing fee to display. What is your thoughts exhibiting in the restaurant?

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