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Get better at storytelling and reach your audience.
Thursday, April 9th
The Artist’s Guide to Great Storytelling—
How to craft a story that engages your audience, and how to tell that story to sell more art.
12:00 PM EASTERN
(9:00 AM PACIFIC, 10:00 AM MOUNTAIN, 11:00 AM CENTRAL)
Zoom Registration Link
Why Storytelling? Storytelling introduces art: it creates anticipation and selectivity so that people can pay the right kind of attention to your work. Let’s face it, at some point we’ve all probably used the “wrong” kind of story in a mission statement or conversation—it’s one that hides empty fluff under complicated jargon; it’s the one that’s forgotten to add the flow and charisma of natural human communication or actively factor-in our audience. It’s not easy to explain why anything is what it is, let alone art, but with some focused tools, it’s a fun process and one that clarifies your vision and paves the way for a more authentic and effective brand story, marketing collateral, sales conversations, and relationships with collectors.
Join the Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists on Thursday for a chance to hear Daniel DiGriz, the host of The Thriving Artist Podcast™ (and CHF’s Creative Director), in a live web interview with BoldBrush/FASO Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Dave Geada—and keep your ears out for our conversation with Dave on The Thriving Artist this spring.
They’re excited to be teaming-up with BoldBrush/FASO! BoldBrush is dedicated to helping visual artists learn, grow, and succeed in a career in art. BoldBrush’s flagship product is FASO, a powerful platform that powers the websites of many of the most renowned living artists. A marketing executive for the last 20 years and the CMO of BoldBrush for the last seven, Dave Geada has spoken with thousands of visual artists and helped many of them grow their art sales by applying best practices gleaned from those conversations.
CHF is committed to providing pivotal learning experiences for working artists, to turn working artists into thriving artists™. This means collaborating with municipalities, mission-driven corporations, arts organizations, and vendors who share that commitment. We hope you’ll join us for another moment of practical business learning this Thursday.
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