Alyson B. Stanfield, Art Biz Coach
 

 

How to Document Your Art Using Professional Guidelines

with Alyson B. Stanfield and special guest, Harriete Estel Berman. . .

FREE Teleseminar Recording
one hour


Harriete Estel Berman
 
Harriete Estel Berman
Photo by Barbara Kossy

Are your inventory records a mess?
Do you even have inventory records?
Confused about where to begin?

Your inventory records are critical documentation for your career. You might as well get them
right so you don't have to go back in ten years and try to reconstruct all of your accomplishments.

In this recording, Harriete Estel Berman covers the essential information you should be keeping for each artwork:

  • Documentation and provenance of artwork
  • Exhibition records
  • Publication records
  • Gallery sales and collector records
  • Museum acquisitions
  • Updated valuation of your work
  • Transfer of ownership

Harriete will also introduce you to the valuable resources found in the
Professional Guidelines from the Society of North American Goldsmiths.
Don't let the source fool you. These are for all artists—not just metalsmiths.

About the Guest Expert

Harriete Estel Berman is currently writing an ongoing series of Professional Guidelines for artists to promote understanding, checklists, and practical solutions for recurring issues in the art and craft community.  The Professional Guidelines are available as both word and downloadable PDF files on the SNAG (Society of North American Goldsmiths) website. Harriete has also organized the professional development seminar prior to the SNAG conference for the last two years. 

Harriete uses recycled tin cans to construct artwork ranging from jewelry and teacups to entire lawns of social commentary.  Her work has been shown throughout the United States, in Europe and Africa; and included in numerous museum collections.

For images and more information about Harriete, visit her Web site.

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