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Duncan Miller Gallery – Two seminars for photographers: Sunday Feb 5th.

Posted in Photo Art Business, Photo Galleries, Photographers, Photography by douglaspstockdale on February 2, 2012

Artist Seminar: 15 Things You Can Do to Get Represented by a Gallery

We are constantly asked for advice and information from upcoming artists. The number one request on most artist’s agenda is getting good gallery representation. Gallery director Daniel Miller has created a dynamic no-nonsense seminar filled with details, ideas and strategies about how artists can get (and keep) the attention of galleries. Avoid common mistakes (one chapter is aptly titled “Don’t be an Idiot”), and learn how to develop an artist-gallery relationship.

The next seminar is Sunday, Feb 5, 12-2 pm. Seats are limited, so click here for more details, a seminar outline and to reserve your place.

Artist Seminar: How to Self-publish Your Own Book

The new standard for success for a photographer or other artist is presenting your work in a book format. While the tools to create books have become sophisticated and relatively easy-to-use, lots of questions remain. What to include, what not to include, design issues, where to have it made, how to leverage the book when completed, book signing strategies and more. Also, advanced strategies you can use to sell your book and actually make money. And also covered, why are you waiting? Make a book now!

The next seminar is Sunday, Feb 5, 3-5 pm. Seats are limited, so click here for more details, a seminar outline and to reserve your place.

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