Our online conference for artists, Ignition, wrapped up last Thursday. We had salient presentations on time management, social media, accounting for artists, career success, traits of successful artists and more. Response to the conference was terrific – including the comments below.
We’re pleased to announce that our recording of the program is now available on our Ignition page. If you missed our live sessions, this is your opportunity to attend the conference at your convenience. Order and download today!
Comments from attendees:
“Ignition gave great insight from various team players that showed their individual perspective and how their tips helped them succeed in the artworld.” Patricia L.
“Valuable information to develop as Artist and hopefully avoid makings mistakes.” Peggy M.
“Marketing ideas, organization suggestions that apply to the art support business as well as to galleries.” George C.
“Thank you for yet one more wonderful webinar! “Ignition 1” was very helpful — especially your final summation of the ten traits of successful artists. I did a mental checklist as you were listing and describing these traits and, happily, I find that I am on the right track to eventual “success.” What encouragement!” Maryann P.
“I enjoyed the webinar very very much. It was very informative in all aspects.Thank you for your efforts. I will be joining your webinars again.” Michael N.
“The best 79 bucks I’ve spent recently. I just sat through the first of two evenings of webinars geared to the business of art. Tonight I listened to Mark McGuinness (from London) talk about time management for artist and then Lori McNee talk for an hour about how to use social media (blogging, twitter, facebook, google+ and youtube) for branding and marketing yourself and selling art. Ignition: http://www.xanadugallery.com/?page_id=907
Since I’m pretty organized I didn’t think I really needed the time management program. Boy was I wrong. Just one of his ideas was worth the price of the two day seminar. From Lori I learned I’m doing everything wrong with social media. One more night to go – accounting, sales and success stories. I can’t wait to share some of these new ideas/thoughts this weekend during the Art Fair.” Garry M.
In his Amazon.com best-selling book, Xanadu Gallery owner Jason Horejs shares insights gained over a life-time in the art business.