What to Consider when Critiquing Art


Considering normal strengths and weaknesses, response, conceptual elements, and your critical evaluation when critiquing artwork.

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The Art World Explained


Critical roles in how artwork is made, understood, remembered, and shown are played by many people in the art world.

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Talking About Your Art


It’s necessary for artists to be able to talk about their work. In clutch situations, it’s critical to be able to explain what you’re doing quickly, with the audience in mind.

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How to Write an Artist Statement


Contests, exhibitions, press releases, and any other type of proposal may also require a statement. Although it doesn’t seem like a necessity, it's an important element for artists.

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How to Write an Artist Résumé


A résumé is a smaller, customized version of a CV, that would be used for various types of submissions, which may include exhibitions, residencies, grants, public art proposals, galleries, etc.

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How to Write an Artist Bio


Usually people, including collectors, read the artist bio before they get to the résumé and the statement. Therefore the bio is your chance to establish your practice and leave them wanting more.

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Artwork Copyright Registration


When an artist creates something original, he or she owns the copyright to it automatically. No one can copy the work without an artist’s permission; although there are exceptions, that’s the main idea.

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Avoiding Copyright Infringement


Regarding design and pictorial elements, a copyright covers expression, not ideas or underlying concepts. Meaning that you can depict concepts used by other artists, but you must convey original artistic decisions made in expressing the concepts.

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