The online resource connecting artists with curators, gallerists, and other collaborators is free for students from graduate and undergraduate programs.
Created by the artist-led staff at Springboard for the Arts, the free workbook came out of practical responses to artists’ experiences and needs.
Masterclass is a series of free informative video tutorials for those seeking to improve their technique and stretch their artistic knowledge base.
CHICAGO — If you’re an artist in New York City, you’re probably aware of not-for-profit or publicly-funded resources for artists, such as the New York Foundation for the Arts or the New York Art Resources Consortium, and several others that provide online information for artists about job and exhibition opportunities, spaces for rent, career development, and counseling, and so on. In Chicago, those kinds of resources are much scarcer. But two outlets have been a reliable source of information for artists in the past few decades: the Chicago Artists Coalition (CAC), and the Chicago Artists’ Resource (CAR).
2013 might not usher in the sci-fi future of jet packs and personal space travel, but it can be the year when you make solid progress toward turning your artistic hobby or part-time passion into a sustainable career.
Website I Heart NY Museums by programmer Dan Nguyen is a super useful online mash-up of New York City museum data that shows you when each museum has admission-free hours. With this schedule, it’s easy to plan an exhibition itinerary that won’t leave you blowing $20 at MoMA.
Count on Japanese software developers to bring us something so delightfully weird yet totally useful. Pose Maniacs is a website that serves as your very own personal figure drawing model, set to whatever pose you like for however long it takes. The site is even downloadable as an iPhone app.