Art history can be intimidating. Seemingly composed of countless movements, mediums, artists, and styles, diving into the study may seem daunting. However, with the right book collection, you'll realize that an understanding of art history is not only possible, but surprisingly attainable. After all, as Ralph Waldo Emerson famously claimed, “every artist was first an amateur.
For over 20 years, photographer Barry Butler has been inspired by the city of Chicago.
Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting your creative career, there's always more to learn. From brushing up on your marketing skills or learning how to sell your art online, there's no end to the business skills that can help you push your career further. Because, as we all know, it takes more than raw talent to make it as an artist.
With every passing year, more and more art is being sold online as opposed to standard settings.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “the number of unemployed persons rose by 1.4 million to 7.
More than ever, our definition of the workplace is changing. With 43 percent of employed Americans stating that they worked remotely at some point over the course of 2016, staying connected outside of an office setting is more vital than ever.
Worldwide, the economy is taking a hit due to the coronavirus.
For many creatives, this is a time of enormous change.
Photographer Albert Dros likes to stay busy. Whether he's traveling to Antarctica or exploring Kyrgyzstan, he's constantly on the move. But, as with most people these days, his routine has changed dramatically in the face of the coronavirus. While many are feeling the stress of having to stay at home, this is particularly difficult for creatives like Dros who make their income by traveling and interacting with people.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, life is changing for people around the globe.