Should you submit your art to more juried shows?
Go the outdoor festival route? Show your art in restaurants?
Seek gallery representation? Work with interior designers?

The possibilities of places for showing and selling your art
are limited only by your imagination.

Where do you begin?

This problem of finding the right venues for researching, attracting and approaching venues is why I am bundling two of my most critical lessons together in a single product. I’m calling it …

Your art here

There’s need to wait on a 7-week course that happens only once a year. Get access to these lessons immediately.

Your Art Here is for you if:

  • You are overwhelmed by the possibilities of places for showing and selling your art.
  • You are confused about the process for approaching or attracting galleries.
  • Your past efforts for improving your venues have been random at best.

Your Art Here systematizes the process for you.

I’ll be honest, there’s no secret sauce, so if you’re looking for shortcuts, look somewhere else (and, good luck!).

Finding venues for your art (or teaching) is a process that occurs over time.

Your Art Here is for both exhibiting and teaching artists.

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Elaine Kehew ArtistI committed to a solo show in the fall and rented a booth at a local art fair; both were profitable. I also received a query from a prestigious local gallery and sat with the gallerist for an hour discussing my work.

Your class set me on the right track for the year, helped me plan and create goals, and measure my success. You are an inspiration and a terrific motivator, which is why I signed up for the same class this year. I learn something new each time!

Elaine Kehew

Here’s YOUR system for finding and attracting the right venues for your art and teaching …
#1

Part 1: Seek Venues

Before you go running around making random contacts that might not be right for you, analyze the possibilities.

  • Set the criteria you are looking for in a prospective venue, using my comprehensive list of venue advantages and disadvantages.
  • Research venues that are a good fit for your art and ambitions.
  • Commit to one solo show in the next 12 months.

#2Part 2: Approach Galleries & Other Venues

In the previous lesson, you researched and prioritized venues. Now it’s time to look at the practical side of approaching those venues.

  • Discover the 5 guidelines for approaching venues.
  • Implement my 6-point strategy for attracting galleries.
  • Develop effective email templates for venue inquiries.
  • Create solid proposals for exhibition and teaching venues.

Here’s how you’ll get the information …

3 hours of video lessons

Pre-recorded from a live webinar. Includes:

  • My answers to questions from students who probably had the same questions you will have.
  • Real-life examples of how artists are being creative (and successful!) with their venues.

3 hours of audio-only versions of the lessons

Transcripts of the lessons (without Q&A)

System worksheets to help you implement the lessons

  • Separate worksheets that you can reuse throughout your art career for analyzing and attracting venues
To complete YOUR system …
Bonus #1

Proposal Templates
Step-by-step templates to customize your written proposals for teaching workshops and classes and to submit for exhibition opportunities.

Bonus #2

Email Templates
3 email samples to model for proposing exhibitions to non-art venues. Just fill in the blanks!

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The museum proposal you helped me with went over very well. The venue has accepted our proposal and we are scheduled to have an exhibition next year.

In fact, they liked our proposal so much that they want to use our proposal as a “how to” example for other artists wishing to submit. 

Yay! Big thanks Alyson–I couldn’t have done it without you!

Jill Soukup

Art Biz Coach Satisfaction GuaranteeMY PERSONAL GUARANTEE The lessons will cover everything I have described here and, further, I promise that if you do the work and apply the lessons, you will be equipped to find and book better venues for your art. If not, I will refund 100% of your money.

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