Daniel has a vast knowledge of the art world, and a very hands-on view of what the industry is look for. His straight forward, no-bullsh*t approach is both refreshing, and informative.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 13, 2012
Artists often wonder how they can show their artwork in a gallery. Just how does that work?
Daniel Miller, owner of Duncan Miller Gallery (http://www.duncanmillergallery.com), has developed a no-nonsense seminar for upcoming artists -- How to develop an artist's career so a gallery will want to represent them. While Duncan Miller specializes in photographic art, the tips taught in the seminar are appropriate for all fine artists.
“Artists constantly ask me for tips on how to advance their careers,” says Miller. “I took some time and developed my thoughts into a two-hour seminar. While I can’t guarantee this information will get you gallery representation, these fundamentals will at least save you some time, help you understand the process, and point you in the right direction.”
- One of the most important tools as an upcoming artist is their resume/CV. Learn the specific content galleries look for in a CV.
- Web site vs. Facebook page. Are web sites becoming less-relevant? Learn four reasons why some artists are replacing their web sites with a Facebook page.
- Anyone can make one book. Better artists show maturity and editing ability and make books a part of their new reality. What should be in the book, and what is the purpose of having one is covered.
- Get published. Artists need to get their images published in print and on web sites. Learn the tips to make this happen. Publishing credits are a strong positive for an artist's resume and career.
- Don’t be an idiot (very important). How to interact with art dealers in public, in their galleries, during receptions and at art fairs.
The next seminar will be held on Sunday, February 19 in Los Angeles. Reserve a space now.