There’s always time for art, especially during a pandemic

Coronavirus has hit hard. In these strange and unprecedented times, it's important to stay home and be safe. But it's also important to look after your mental health and wellbeing, and art has the power to do that without you having to breach those gallery doors. Art galleries and museums across the world are finding…

Finding the best Twitter hashtags and how to use them

Twitter was built on the power of hashtags. It's a way of finding out what's happening right now in conversations around the world, and in your communities. Hashtags are not only a social tool to help jump right into a conversation and talk about the latest news, or to have some laughs on the variations…

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Be a social creative – what artists should be doing on social media

Every artist knows that being visible is the most fundamental factor of your practice. But does that mean you should 'pimp out' your work to every social media site going? Social media has become a prominent fixture in our lives; a place to shout, engage, discover and share funny cat videos. But with all this social noise…

Social media dos and don’ts for arts businesses

Living in the digital age, it's pretty clear that social media is a strong and valuable marketing tool for yourself and your business. Using Facebook, Twitter and Instagram can really boost your online presence  and promote your art, if done correctly. Below is an article by Kath Dolan that will tell you the do's and don'ts…

Market yourself right – 5 tips for artists

The majority of us when we finish an arts degree want to be successful in the practice we've worked so hard to develop and realise. So why waste that hard work? Outside of a shared studio environment it can be difficult to sustain those creative connections, to have those invaluable critiques in order to asses…