Take Stock, Plan, Transform 

Your Art Business In 2024

 

1 pm to 4 pm MT

Jan. 21-23, 2024



Are you tired of plans that don’t yield results?

During this live interactive event…

Transform your dreams into an actionable, focused, and manageable plan, so you achieve your goals this year.




Let’s take all the hard work and dedication you have for your art business and start getting you the results you desire:

  • Gallery Representation
  • Financial sustainability
  • A new body of work
  • Exhibiting your work
  • Art Shows
  • Adding a teaching income stream
  • Consistently filling your classes
  • More time in the studio


Join me for a 3-day workshop and let’s create your profitable art business strategy.


Come ready to GET IT DONE!


Join me in creating a custom, focused, detailed plan to reach your goals in 2024.


Let's leave overwhelm and indecision behind while creating margins in your schedule that prevent burnout.


$47 




What’s the secret that the most successful artists know?


That structure actually allows for more space and joy in creating.



3 Parts of the
Studio to Success Workshop

Part 1: Prepare

Part 1: Prepare 

  • Identify your top 3 goals
  • Determine your income goals
  • Prepping for the workshop–Gather information for taking stock and planning
Part 2: Take Stock

Part 2: Take Stock

  • Assess–what is working, what needs tweaking, what to release
  • How to determine if you can say yes to opportunities
  • Clarity on what metrics matter most

Part 3: Plan for Profitability

  • Identify your current business seasonal phase–tilling, planting, nurturing, or harvesting 
  • Create your art business strategy for 2024
  • Identify how to measure your success


The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old but on building the new.

~Socrates


Join me for this 3-day live workshop.


Day 1: Preparing
Sunday, January 21, 2024, 1 pm to 4 pm MT


Day 2: Taking Stock
Monday, January 22, 2024, 1 pm to 4 pm MT


Day 3: Planning for Profitability
Tuesday, January 23, 2024, 1 pm to 4 pm MT




What happens when you commit to this workshop and create your strategic art business plan?

 

You will…


Increase your professional image and be viewed as a more dependable, prolific, and consistent artist

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Stop over-committing

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Gain clarity on when to raise your prices

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Understand your production potential

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Achieve a deeper level of satisfaction when creating your work. Stop creating show by show & develop a long-term creative plan

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Say no with confidence because you know what aligns with your goals


Features

3

3-hour

of live interactive training & planning work sessions

8

8 Essential Business Foundations

Free resource to fill any gaps in your art business

30

30-day access

to the content and replays Handouts, additional resources, exercises & content

Lifetime access to the 2°Art Community

See the tech and systems I use to successfully manage my art business with detailed instructions on using them efficiently.  


$47


About Jennifer


Jennifer C. Vigil has a doctorate in Art History from the University of Iowa specializing in 20th and 21st-century American art with an emphasis on intersectionality. Her research focuses on contemporary Native American art examining issues of sovereignty, self-determination, appropriation, identity politics, and cultural theory.

She has been in the trenches teaching for over 20 years. From a very early age, she began reflecting on what makes an effective teacher (perhaps it was because of her third-grade teacher, Sister Edwardina's soul-crushing teaching style with an emphasis on public shaming). She draws on her experience as an artist, art historian, curator, and mentor as she helps art instructors more effectively and profitably teach art online.

She has been supporting artists for over 20 years working with and mentoring MFA art students, helping them bring to life their ideas in powerful work that makes an impact. She understands the importance of thoughtful, constructive, critical, and specific feedback in the nurturing process of artists. She understands the profound effect supportive yet challenging creativity mentoring can have on the development of an individual’s creative potential.