This is the current special in this school - 9 courses, one on tactics for Getting Your Art Exhibited and Grant Writing as well as 7 more for just $40 a month with personal feedback on your website and personal attention to your questions in all courses which includes editing of your artists statement and bio as soon as you join.
Read more to learn about this special which is offered for a very limited time.
Getting Your Art Exhibited is a course with class discussion and feedback on how to approach galleries and get your work shown. The emphasis in this course is seeing actual success happen during the time you are taking this course. You will have access to a New York Gallerist who can answer your questions and you will see her videos on how to approach a gallerist and get them interested in your work.
Support and feedback is given through an online private classroom where all students can ask questions and get personal answers.
The cost of this course is now only $40 or (37 euros including tax) a month, and that monthly amount includes personal support mentioned above, fresh grant lists and opportunities and eight more courses.
These are the Eight other courses are included as well with your $40 a month subscription!
1. A course on How to Write Artist Statements, Bios, and Press releases, and 2. A course on Grant Writing, and 3. A course on Web Design and Social Media Strategy, and 4. A course on Time Management, and 5. A course on Taxes and Financial Planning for Artists, and 6. A course on Kickstarter Strategy and 7. A course on Theory and Practice: Essential Reading for Artists, and 8. A course on Selling your Art online. That's alot! Just the writing courses alone will improve your chances of getting galleries, grants and more, and you will get personal feedback, so as soon as you enroll you can meet me in the private Facebook classroom and I will look at your website and begin answering your questions.
Try it for a month, and see if it meets your expectations, you can always cancel your enrollment.
Gallery Course Description:
In this course, you will learn how to crack the code of how artists find and secure gallery representation. For many struggling art-makers, this can feel like an impossible barrier to cross, as though it were only the select and special few whose work gets to be shown in public. After this course, you will see that there are a handful of practical steps to help you get your artwork into the gallery of your choosing. The curriculum covers everything from finding a gallery that fits your aesthetic to techniques for communicating with gallerists to getting your work into that first group show. In the end, you will learn just what needs to happen to make sure your work seen in the world. You will learn how to get past the gatekeepers of the art world!
By signing up for the course, not only will you receive a digital copy of Brainard Carey’s book Making It In The Art World but you will also get full access to this wide-ranging curriculum and its related video content, as well as the seven other courses above.
This is a self-paced eight-week course, so you can take it when you have time. You will have lifetime access to the material, as well as support and feedback from a teacher in a private online classroom.
Read what students are saying (taken right from the classroom comments where you will meet many artists, including the ones below)
"Your techniques and advice/support was very helpful. After a 2 day business trip to SF from LA and contacting 15 SF galleries and 4 curators for appointments I connected to the right one, and 2 weeks later she offered me a solo show for next month because her other artist needed more time and she had the slot open & knew I had the work. It's at Nancy Toomey Fine Art entitled "arabesque". So again, thank you." - Carole Silverstein
"I took some of the things I learned in your class and applied them! I had a studio visit with the owner of a small gallery on the lower east side. She said that she was interested in working with me... Also, I had the visit today, she said she is booked until June (month long shows). We talked a little about designing a solo show, and that she would want to see what I had planned." - Justin Cloud
"I have news to share and I hope this is an encouragement to all. I did the course work and first worked on fine tuning the website and bio. thanks to all that helped but this is really a shout out to Brainard's suggestions. THEY WORK. I am happy to share I just achieved my third gallery and each gallery is a step up in my career. Do what he says and it will work for you. THANK YOU Brainard for sharing your knowledge. - Ct Cummins
"Excited to join the class and want to thank Brainard for being generous with resources. I applied to the Odessa Biennial that Brainard mentioned in his newsletter and got in! This will be my first international show and a homecoming to my native Ukraine. Much gratitude" - Tatyana Ostapenko
"I just set up a coffee date with a professor from Italy to talk over the Light show you posted. Thanks for the info and inspiration to use info as a tool to make deeper connections within my community :D -Noah Saunders
Brainard Carey has written three books for artists; Making it in the Art World, New Markets for Artists, and The Art World Demystified.
Carey interviews major and minor figures from all over the art world for Yale University radio. He is an educator and also an artist that has had major shows like The Whitney Museum Biennial and many others.