Pocket Business Guide for Artists and Designers

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A&C Black, Jul 8, 2011 - Art - 160 pages
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This handy pocket guide answers the most pressing questions artists and designers will have when setting up an art practice or creative business. Many visual artists who graduate from art school need to learn how to be self-employed or form a company. This book presents 100 useful business related things (explained in 250 words or less) that any creative should know. The book is divided into 5 sections that will help artists and
designers achieve success and make money from their work: business, promotion, legal, money and last thoughts. This essential resource is packed with invaluable information for all creative practitioners.

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\Alison Branagan is an associate lecturer at Central St Martin where she specializes in courses on enterprise, business support, mentoring and how to set up businesses. She also runs a successful business consultancy. She has previously written a book on business for Kogan Page.


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