Subscribe to the #FeedArt newsletter and get the Starving Artists Resource Guide FREE! Your contact info will remain confidential. Thanks to MyBlogU I was able to collaborate with a group of knowledgeable and wonderful people to get answers to the question: How do you feed a starving artist? A lot more than […]Read more "#FridayReads: 10 Ways to Feed a Starving Artist"
Painter, Sculptor, Photographer & Designer Multi-talented artist Vitaly Didenko has been using the #feedart hashtag on Twitter with a vengeance and that’ s how he caught my attention. His work kept my attention! He has so many amazing pieces! He uses several mediums in his work and has a very extensive online portfolio at VitalyDidenko.org. […]Read more "#ArtsyTuesday: Vitaly Didenko"
Let’s say you wear a big hat and had one of the most infectious, popular songs of the year. You’re Pharrell Williams, and your song Happy was played 43 million times on the music-streaming service Pandora. Pretty sweet, huh? Except, according to the website Fusion, Mr. Williams made about $25,000 in royalties from Pandora for […]Read more "If the artists starve, we’ll all go hungry."
Are you an artist with a blog? If you said yes, you are ready to join the #FeedArt newsletter. It’s free and you’ll get a free copy of my Starving Artist Resource Guide when you sign up! If you said no, enroll in Blogging University at WordPress now then come back to me when you’re […]Read more "Can You Afford NOT to Hire a Social Media Specialist?"
Starving Artists Unite! #Feedart Sign up for the #FeedArt newsletter and get the Starving Artists Resource Guide FREE! Your contact info will remain confidential.Read more "Video: The NEW Direction of the Dangerous Lee Network"
Hello there! What’s your name and where do you live? Leigh “Dangerous Lee” Langston and I live in Burton, MI. It’s a small town outside of Flint. What do you create? Are you currently selling (and if so, where can we find it)? I am an author that has self published two books. One is […]Read more "13 Questions with Dangerous Lee for WorkYourArt.com"
”The black artist is dangerous. Black art controls the “Negro’s” reality, negates negative influences, and creates positive images.” Sonia Sanchez (b. 1934), African American poet. Black Women Writers at Work, ch. 10, by Claudia Tate (1985).Read more "Sonia Sanchez Knows What it Means to #KeepitDangerous!"