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What are the best ways to promote and sell art online?

What are the best ways to promote and sell art online? | Art vs. Commerce | Scoop.it

Answer (1 of 8): You can upload your art on DeviantArt.com for people to look at and comment on; not sure if it is against the website policy to discuss selling items. You can also check Etsy.com which is a place to sell your stuff.

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Challenges Of Buying And Selling Art Online - I4U News

Challenges Of Buying And Selling Art Online - I4U News | Art vs. Commerce | Scoop.it

In a new ArtTactic podcast, Sean Moriaty, the new CEO of Saatchi Online, talks about the challenges facing the ever increasing number of e-commerce platforms selling art. One rather obvious challenge is the relatively low percentage of global art sales that are conducted this way today: Read more at http://www.i4u.com/2013/12/59490/challenges-buying-and-selling-art-online#DWwIrCrRqOJyDogL.99


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With the digital world only evolving, more and more artist are turning to the internet for distribution. The author of this article believes that as customers get more and more used to buying online the amount of electronic sales should increase.

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Art Residencies in Canada: Making the Impossible Possible

Art Residencies in Canada: Making the Impossible Possible | Art vs. Commerce | Scoop.it

While many artists make ends meet with teaching and arts administration positions, their wages are typically quite low. By landing a residency, however, an a... (RT @MSVUArtGallery: Lizzy Hill wrote a great piece about the Steve Higgins residency!


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Most artist make tpically low wages, almost half than the average worker, based off of art profits alone. Each year, Canada's national arts funder, the Canada Council for the Arts, invest about $500,000 of its $180-million budget in six international residencies for promising artists whose careers are on the rise.

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Will the Rise of Self-Publishing Change the Portrayal of Commerce in Science Fiction?

Will the Rise of Self-Publishing Change the Portrayal of Commerce in Science Fiction? | Art vs. Commerce | Scoop.it
The confluence this year of Independence Day, my wife and I starting our own small business (MonstraCity Press), and my coming across this article, called “Commerce and Art,” got me to thinking abo...

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This article paints a picture of how "Commerce and Art" are portrayed in movies. The commerce side usually is portrayed by large coorperations, and usually not the good guys. For example science fiction nerds say that large coorporation entities are evil.

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Album sales are declining, but it's part of the battle between art and commerce - The Guardian

Album sales are declining, but it's part of the battle between art and commerce - The Guardian | Art vs. Commerce | Scoop.it
The Guardian Album sales are declining, but it's part of the battle between art and commerce The Guardian People have a notional memory of the album as a desirable object, yet layers of mystery have been stripped away from it, gradually, for more...
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The author of this article believes that the way we hear music is driven by the medium. Music was once more "exclusive" and created to be 45 min slice of someones life. The battles between art and commerce, between conservatism and progression, are what push pop forward.

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