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Why you need the internet, and why the internet needs you

Disclaimer: I am a consultant/leader for the Creative Capital Professional Development Program “Internet for Artists” workshop. When trying to build awareness on a public project, there is nothing better than the internet. The internet gets you access to a much larger audience, and it can give your a project a life far beyond its actual lifespan. The internet provides a great repository for sharing the story of your project. There are a few ways that you can really make the internet work for you. Build…

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The “F” Word

Yeh. I’m talking about it – funding. Always the elephant in the room no matter what kind of work you are doing. For people working on temporary or ephemeral public art it can be particularly tricky. Money!, originally uploaded by Tracy O. Not everyone can be funded be Creative Time or get a Creative Capital grant (as amazing as those two resources are). The work doesn’t fall under the purview of percent for the art and can be tricky to explain to granting organizations- it’s…

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