This analytical approach isn’t intended to be the only way to price your work. It’s intended to show you the factors of product production that apply to everything in the marketplace. Once you understand what each of the variables are you’ll be able to customize a formula that fits your business model.
Craft persuasive messaging and create a strategy for how you will get the word out about your work, events, and news.
Define your product, discover your target audience, make decisions about how you sell your work, and identify a budget and strategy for your artistic business.
Your portfolio is the core of your promotional material and professional calling card. Focus on the essential elements: sharpening your artist statement, tailoring your artistic resume, and curating and formatting your work samples.
Discover analytical and tool-based approaches to manage your time. These tools will help you tackle hurdles related to efficiency, flexibility, and structure to help you reach your artistic goals.
Where do you want to be both artistically and professionally? Learn how to define your values, identify key choices and develop a plan to achieve your career goals.
The Mama Project aims to develop a celebration and exploration of motherhood in stories and movement. Moms meet monthly to share memories and experiences with an eye toward building community and support for all. The culmination will be a performance inspired and informed by these gatherings.
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Join Natasha Parry and Kathryn Pyle for an easygoing conversation on finances and accounting for small businesses – really! Moderated by Andy Sturdevant, Springboard’s Artist Resources Director.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center 2025 Arts/Industry Residency https://www.jmkac.org/event/2025-arts-industry-application/ Artists can apply through February 1, 2024, for the 2025 cohort. Arts/Industry artists-in-residence spend three months creating new work in the pottery or foundry in Kohler Co.’s factory in Kohler, Wisconsin. Artists receive materials, technical assistance, housing, and a stipend. For 50 years, more than 500 […]
Queer/Trans Magic Magazine, published by Astral Cherry Healing Arts, is an anthology of creative works that explore, honor, and transform lineages of queer magic & resilience. The Magazine is currently seeking submissions for its second issue, Luxuria until December 29th, 2023. Luxuria asks creatives to consider: how do we nourish ourselves with reckless abandon? How […]
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) awards thousands of grants each year to provide diverse opportunities for arts participation. However, historically underserved communities with rich and dynamic cultural identities continue to report lower arts participation rates than other groups. To address these disparities and better understand these dynamics, the NEA, in partnership with South […]
Calling all Twin Cities metro digital artists! Be a catalyst for change and celebrate the beauty of healthy aging in our vibrant, diverse community! Are you a local artist with a passion for making a positive impact through your art? We invite you to be part of an exciting artistic journey that goes beyond the […]
A working session for theater artists about creating successful digital work samples, presented by The Playwrights’ Center in partnership with Springboard for the Arts, on Zoom.
Banana Leaf Collective aims to serve as a Twin Cities- based community exploring the intersection of storytelling; mutual aid practices; and cultural work as a means of combating systems of oppression.
Queer Voices – Minnesota aims to celebrate and promote queer writers and queer literature. They do this through public readings featuring members of the LGBTQIA+ community, studying queer writers at workshops reaching the queer community, and holding writing circles for queer writers to generate work.
Apply to serve as artist-in-residence for Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve, the College of Biological Sciences Conservatory & Botanical Collection or both! Artists working in any genre are invited to bring their ideas and perspectives to investigate the intersection of science, nature and humanity. Residency includes: • Access to a world-renowned research site and/or botanical […]
The North Suburban Center for the Arts (NSCA) is excited to partner with guest curator Desirée Forgét for our upcoming exhibition, POP! Goes the Easel (January 25-March 17, 2024). POP! Goes the Easel seeks artwork that explores themes prominent in the Pop Art genre, including icons and imagery from mass-produced products and popular media, bright […]
The Public Arts Commission of Hutchinson, Minnesota is currently seeking applicants for its 2024 Sculpture Stroll, a juried public arts sculpture walk. The City of Hutchinson has 13 beautiful locations for public art around the city. These locations are primarily in our historic downtown district, but also along the Luce Line Trail and in city […]
Request for Proposals (RFP) Co-Facilitators for “Journey Through the Arts” Support Group I. Introduction The Sexual Violence Center, in partnership with the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA), invites experienced and passionate artists to submit proposals for co-facilitating a 10-week art therapy support group as part of our “Journey Through the Arts” program. This support group […]