Klein Artist Works is a 12-week online course that empowers artists by demystifying the art world via a series of live webinars with 25 art world experts (gallery owners, art critics, museum directors, curators, art consultants, successful artists, and others).
The course consists of 2 one-hour-long live webinars every Monday evening, and provides both group sessions and one-on-one counseling to introduce artists to powerful information from an array of the world’s top art professionals. Everyone gets personal attention and individualized assistance with strategy and artist statements, and a real or virtual studio visit.
Klein Artist Works explains how successful artists market their work, find gallery representation, win commissions, and pursue opportunities that are not readily known by most artists. Klein Artist Works shows you how it works, and introduces artists to experts who share their success, insights, secrets, and tell you how to get on their radar. And you can ask them questions in real time.
The course is offered 3 times a year, beginning in February, June and September. The next 12-week course begins in June with a Free Introductory Webinar on Monday June 3rd.
In a perfect world, you would make great art and a successful art career would naturally follow. But the reality is that artists today have to drive their own careers. There is no simple trick, magic introduction, or single obstacle to overcome. Every artist faces unique challenges.
Beyond the live webinars, there are over 130 previously recorded webinars that are yours free. Like the live sessions, they are jam-packed with valuable information from outstanding experts.
Paul Klein, the creator of the course, leads dynamic sessions with experts; curators, dealers, accomplished artists, art publicists, art consultants, accountants, lawyers and more. Paul Klein is a SupporTED Mentor for TED Fellows, writes for Huffington Post and ArtLetter and ran his own cutting-edge Chicago gallery, Klein Art Works, for 30 years.
Check out the Klein Artist Works site for more information and to sign up for the Free Introductory Webinar.
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