For the past 15 years, I have mentored MFA students and more recently worked with artists in an art business group. I noticed that there were common challenges and struggles that these artists faced:

How to teach art
effectively and profitably


How to curate


How to understand where their work fits in a larger art historical context


How to write and talk about their art in a more powerful and compelling way



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Teaching Art Online Summit: For Artists Considering Teaching Classes or Mentoring Online

Teaching Art Online Summit

FOR ARTISTS CONSIDERING TEACHING CLASSES OR MENTORING ONLINE

Wanting to teach art online but not sure where to start? Take the guess work out of getting started & which platform to use. Get a behind the scenes look at various online teaching platforms, and see which one is right for you. Bonus—get tips and advice about teaching online from experienced artists teaching and mentoring online.


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Virtual teacher essential tool kit

In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity ~Albert Einstein 

As in-person events are being canceled daily, artists are turning to virtual solutions–virtual exhibitions, selling their work online (adding or expanding existing online shops), virtual conferences and summits, using video to create collaborative and interactive community-based projects, and teaching art online.

As you pivot your art business to adapt to these changes, you may be overwhelmed by where to start and unsure what the essential items are that you need to get started. Having taught for years in-person and online, I know that getting started can be daunting.

The good news is that it has never been easier to get started teaching online. And many of the resources you need to get started are free or inexpensive.

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Virtual teacher essential tool kit