How will Covid-19 change artist ways of working? [66]

Or perhaps it doesn’t much…. This week, we’re considering the shifts that we see happening in our artist communities. As galleries closed and art fairs were cancelled, many artists began to look for different ways of selling art.

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Things may have changed in the immediate future but the long term view of laying down plans and building a network to support you is much the same.

Now is a great time to set up (or re-design) your website or send out your first newsletter or get more active/creative on social media and we are both thrilled to see it.

We have both long been huge advocates for this approach and so we find it exciting and energising to watch artists taking control. In this episode, we also discuss new approaches to open studios, the limiting beliefs that might be stopping us selling at this time, and the importance of building connections.

We also have a rare disagreement about Tik-Tok but concur on the power of a tidy studio space.


Alice’s Marie Kondo blog post:

Funny Journalist on Tik-Tok
Gary Vee on Tik-Tok

Alice’s Connected Artist Club:

Louise’s Art Tribe:

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