Artful Resources

Links, articles, and other useful information for Art League artists. Topics include how to build an online presence for your art, how to craft an artist statement or photograph your work, online resources, and other helpful tips where we find them.

Popular posts in this category: How to Photograph Artwork, How to Create an Artist Website, Starting an Artist Blog, and What Are Jurors Looking For?.

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Free eBooks from the Met

Did you know the Met has made hundreds of art history papers, exhibition catalogues, and other publications available for free on their website? Read more →

Need Help Critiquing Your Artwork?

Sign up for a critique with Art League instructor Nick Xhiku this Sunday. Read more →

Professional Development for Artists: Four Free Seminars

The Art League Gallery is hosting a lecture series with experts speaking on issues related to professional development for artists. Read more →

Professional Development Seminars & Workshops

Along with the slate of fall art workshops, The Art League is happy to offer some resources for working artists this fall on photographing your art, matting and framing, and handling your taxes. Check out these workshops and free seminars on the business of art, and tell your friends! September 8: Photographing Your Artwork Read more →

The Challenge of Critiquing Your Own Work

One of the best things about taking an art class or taking your work to a critique is getting feedback from fresh eyes. But how do you get the fresh perspective to objectively, critically evaluate your own work in progress? How do you know when it’s ready? How do you challenge yourself to keep improving? Read more →

How to Enter Your First Exhibit

Our blogger, George, entered his first exhibit at The Art League today, submitting two photos for ’Scapes. Here’s his experience: When last we checked in, I had just finished taking Basic Drawing and Stained Glass at The Art League School. Since then, I’ve been inspired to return to photography, a medium I have a Read more →