Art 2 Market | Ask us Anything | Free Broadcast Tuesday, April 14

In this month’s broadcast, you get to control the topics. Ask us anything art business, or art marketing related and we’ll explore your topic. This will be a great opportunity to ask for feedback specific to your art marketing efforts, or general questions about the art business.

To watch the live broadcast, return to this page at the start time listed below.

This Session Will Be Recorded

If you can’t attend the live broadcast for any reason, just return to this page to watch the recording. The recording will be available almost immediately following the end of the broadcast.

Start Time

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Start Time by Time Zone
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Pacific 5:00 p.m.
Arizona 5:00 p.m.
Mountain 6:00 p.m.
Central 7:00 p.m.
Eastern 8:00 p.m.
Alaska 3:00 p.m.
Hawaii 2:00 p.m.
GMT Midnight (April 15)

 

 

Starving to Successful

StSBookSHave you always wondered what it takes to show your work in galleries? Is your work being seen by qualified collectors?

In his Amazon.com best-selling book, Xanadu Gallery owner Jason Horejs shares insights gained over a life-time in the art business.

Learn more and order today.

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About the Author: Jason Horejs

Jason Horejs is the Owner of Xanadu Gallery, author of Dad was an Artist | A Survivor's Story and best selling books "Starving" to Successful & How to Sell Art , publisher of reddotblog.com, and founder of ARTsala. Jason has helped thousands of artists prepare themselves to more effectively market their work, build relationships with galleries and collectors, and turn their artistic passion into a viable business. Connect with Jason on Facebook

17 Comments

  1. I’d like to hear about marketing fine art photography. My work is not the typical abstract or scenic, but fruits & vegetables up close and personal.
    I also would like to sign up, as I may have to miss a portion of the session. Thanks!

  2. If you’d like to answer me via email rather than in broadcast, that would be fine. Here it is…I’ve participated & enjoyed your many presentations & have told you I am a legally blind artist – I have RP (tunnel vision) and can see only 5 degrees in my central field of vision. I am comfortable designing my art on substrates that are 4″ x 4″ so I can see most of my composition. My vision is clear & I see color well. I enjoy enlarging my finished artworks on big sheets of dibond with heat-bonded archival ink proces to obtain the full impact of my designs. I’ve been in various juried gallery exhibits. If a patron desires an original, is it proper for me to make one single piece, but still retain rights to print art cards & smaller 8×10’s of my artworks? What galleries appreciate prints? I desire to present some of my artworks to interior designers, but what format of presentation should I plan to present? How do I make the approach in Chicago in June when the big event of interior designers come to town??
    I sincerely look forward to hearing back from you!
    Rose Fortney

  3. Hi Jason – I want to register for the event April 14 – thank you so much for all you do for artists.

    BTH

  4. Hi Jason,
    I would like to register for both the live and rebroadcast. I have to take my laptop in to get fixed, so I am not sure if it will be ready in time for tomorrow. However it should be. Thank you Susie

  5. Hi, Jason,
    I would like to register for the April 14 event. Thank you!

    Question for the event:
    How likely do you think it is for a gallery to open unsolicited marketing pieces that they receive in the mail?

    Many thanks ~ Elisabeth Ladwig

  6. You don’t show a time for East Coast Australia so I shall have to watch the recording, when will it be available here?

  7. I would like to register for the Art 2 Market. Does your online gallery, Art Sala take a commission from the art work when something is sold?

  8. I am interested in registering for the April 14th presentation.

    What are the top 3 online sites to focus on for selling artwork online?

  9. It seems like there are a 1000 artists for every buyer and that you need to know the secret password or have a key to the clubhouse ro reach the few collectors that there are. Would love gallery representation but they are few and far between esp[ecially when you leave 120 miles from the nerest big city. I have read Jason’s book and I follow his posts but I still feel I need the secret formula to get on the inside. How does an artist keep from getting discouraged and continue to keep striving for that larger audience?

  10. This week I have had to upgrade my Mac computer to Yosemite, 10.10, which has altered my huge iPhoto collection. It says I need to update iPhoto but that upgrade is NOT available in the U.S.A. Also JustCloud has complicated everything. It is like it is NOT my computer. I also had to buy more storage space because of my big inventory of images.
    This is very troubling. Does anyone have any idea how to get all my iPhoto images back?
    There is a Photo program for images taken with a phone or iPad, but I have not done that. All my images were taken with a digital camera and uploaded into iPhoto. I may have to call my Mac Man.

  11. I create mixed media soft sculptures that range from 6″ tall to over 4′ tall. The last two galleries I’ve shown in have grouped all my work in a very small area so that it is quite hard to view the work details on each piece. How do I politely get the gallery/curator to move out pieces into the main stream of the gallery for better viewing without causing waves?

  12. Jason and Barney,
    The broadcasts are excellent as is the blog. I will be in Scottsdale in a few days and can’t wait to visit the gallery.
    Best Regards,
    Robert Fida

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