12 Unbreakable Rules                 for breaking into the art industry.Presentation by Chris Prince - CreativeFluff Art &...
Why can’t I get a job in     the art industry?!       Srsly u guys.
1. Start an art blog
STOP posting your work on DeviantArt...
Instead write thoughtfulinsights about your niche of                the art world
2. Make some friends
Friend your Friends friends on    LinkedIn, Facebook, Flickr,                   Twitter, etc.
3. Connect with old friends
Study their methods.  Collaborate on new ideasLet them critique your work.
4. Say Hi to your mom.
Your family will talk passionately                 about your work.
...if it gets you out of their                      house.
5. Get with the times, New Roman
Who is our secretary of state?
Read a damn newspaper and  learn about current events.
6. F##k Email Templates
Stand out by researching aperson before writing emails.
7. Feed the ego stomach
Take successful artists out to lunch & talk about their                     work.
8. Be Controversial
No one want’s to hire a fluffball             or a boring robot
9. Pitch the Dream
Pitch your ideas at galleries hosting art similar to yours
10. Know when to fold em
You can’t win them all. Unless      your last name is Norris
11. Talk to Everyone
Get to know hiring managers,production assistants & even           interns at studios.
12. Love Your Work
If you don’t, no one else will.
Thank you.            Chris Prince.        CreativeFluff.comtwitter.com/CreativeFluff
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The 12 UNBREAKABLE Rules
for breaking into the art industry!

These are rules you need to know! They are simple, concise, and to the point. Don't just pass this by if you are trying to break into the art world, these rules are a combination of various steadfast actions you need to take to be noticed.

The Art Industry is a tough tough industry to survive in, but it is easier to survive when you are known! So follow these rules, start promoting yourself outside of your bubble, and take some chances!

Trust me, you do not want your work to only become famous after you are dead.

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12 Unbreakable Rules for Breaking Into the Art Industry

  1. 1. 12 Unbreakable Rules for breaking into the art industry.Presentation by Chris Prince - CreativeFluff Art & Design Magazine - @CreativeFluff
  2. 2. Why can’t I get a job in the art industry?! Srsly u guys.
  3. 3. 1. Start an art blog
  4. 4. STOP posting your work on DeviantArt...
  5. 5. Instead write thoughtfulinsights about your niche of the art world
  6. 6. 2. Make some friends
  7. 7. Friend your Friends friends on LinkedIn, Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, etc.
  8. 8. 3. Connect with old friends
  9. 9. Study their methods. Collaborate on new ideasLet them critique your work.
  10. 10. 4. Say Hi to your mom.
  11. 11. Your family will talk passionately about your work.
  12. 12. ...if it gets you out of their house.
  13. 13. 5. Get with the times, New Roman
  14. 14. Who is our secretary of state?
  15. 15. Read a damn newspaper and learn about current events.
  16. 16. 6. F##k Email Templates
  17. 17. Stand out by researching aperson before writing emails.
  18. 18. 7. Feed the ego stomach
  19. 19. Take successful artists out to lunch & talk about their work.
  20. 20. 8. Be Controversial
  21. 21. No one want’s to hire a fluffball or a boring robot
  22. 22. 9. Pitch the Dream
  23. 23. Pitch your ideas at galleries hosting art similar to yours
  24. 24. 10. Know when to fold em
  25. 25. You can’t win them all. Unless your last name is Norris
  26. 26. 11. Talk to Everyone
  27. 27. Get to know hiring managers,production assistants & even interns at studios.
  28. 28. 12. Love Your Work
  29. 29. If you don’t, no one else will.
  30. 30. Thank you. Chris Prince. CreativeFluff.comtwitter.com/CreativeFluff
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