All of the courses in the series have been taught in-person and have been proven to help artists reach new heights
Do as you go approach
These courses are meant to be immediately applicable and each contains a workbook that accompanies the content
One on one coaching at
special artist discount pricing
I just want to take a course, I don't want coaching.
The purpose of this course is to introduce the artist transitioning from hobbyist to artist in business who wants to improve their results to the basics of business goals and strategy. We walk you through the foundation of your artist business, what is important to you and makes you unique, to how to define executable goals and work them into a strategy.
This course is perfect for every artist at any stage of their business. Being able to successfully complete projects comes in handy both when you're just starting out and need to start a Facebook Business Page, or if you're looking to make a bigger impact by putting together a solo show. You'll learn everything you need to successfully manage a quality project from coming up with an idea if you don't already have one, to lining up the details and following through.
No doubt one of the first things someone transitioning into business should do is create a website. I've been building websites since they first came on the scene in the late 1990's. Today, with the online software available, it is easier than ever for just about anyone to create their own site. This course gives you all the background and step by step information you need to choose the right host for you and to jump in and start building.
This course is marked down because it is aging some pointers may not apply or features may be missing. It is still a good introductions. Instagram is the best social media platform for artists. Since it's visually based and engagement is higher than the other platforms, it's a logical place to be. Another great aspect of it is that people have much more control over the content that they follow than Facebook.
Additional how-to courses
Benefits vary and include things like: course discounts, one-on-one calls, exclusive articles, and more.
This courses are not complicated, however, it does require that you have some computer knowledge, you can watch videos on your computer, you can understand the basics of logging in to your account with a password.
If you don't have a basics of computers, you can check your local library for courses.
For coaching you'll need to be able to access your email and call in to the call with mic and camera using Zoom.
If you opted for an a la carte course and later decided you'd like to enroll in coaching let me know and I will switch programs.