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The Art Festival Newsletter is one of the industry's most highly regarded publications. Focused on news, trends and information that will enhance your success at art festivals.
Each edition strives to bring you information that will help your art business - from trends in the industry, polls about what artists and show directors are thinking, concrete steps to improve your chances of getting accepted into the shows you are interested in.
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2020 Color Trends: Spotlight on Show - Crested Butte Arts Festival; Art Trends In/Out 2020 List; Finding Balance in 2020
November 2019 Edition: Protect your Art in the Digital Era; Festival Risk Management & Safety; What the Judge is Looking For.
September 2019 Edition: Can You Protect Your Art in the Digital Age? Copyright and Fair Use; Art Insurance - Invest in Yourself; Art Festival Directors Conference; Links to understanding Copyright and Fair Use for Artists.
July 2019 Edition: Foundations for Artistic Success; How to Photograph your 2D Art with a Digital Camera; Travel Edition Art Festival Bingo; Art Inspiration - Guides to the best Museums and Galleries in the US
May 2019 Edition: Lessons from the Masters; Lincoln Arts Festival; Studio Saftey and Disposal of Paint; Ceramic Artists Residencies and Grants for Women Artists
March 2019 Edition: Art & Color Trends; Art Festival Strategic Partnerships; An Occassion for the Arts (VA); Artist Grant Opportunities
January 2019 Edition: New Years Resolutions, 2019 In/Out Art Trends, Rockville Arts Festival, A Sad Goodbye
November 2018 Edition: Sales after the Show, 2019 Art Trends, Rose Squared Productions and the Jury Process from An Occasion for the Arts (VA).
September 2018 Edition: Words Matter - The Art of the Sale; Art Licensing; Bonita Springs National Art Festivals; One Chance to Make an Impression
July 2018 Edition: Key Differences Between Social Media Platforms; Sugarloaf Craft Festivals; Summer Safety; What Does the Judge Look For?