Below are a variety of blogs from current and past SEA Conference Presenters as well as additional art professionals.
Blog by: Various guest bloggers and SEA staff
Variety of topics focused on the business of art.
Blog by: Jeanette Smith
All Art Licensing Blog is the place to learn about licensing & marketing your art from an industry expert you can trust.
Blog by: Elaine Luther
An expert's guide to selling and making jewelry.
Blog by: Kelley Baker
Information and links for independent filmmakers
Blog by: Elizabeth Russell
You may work in the creative industries as a visual artist or a musician or a writer. You may operate an arts-based business. Even if you own a shoe store you still retain designers...play music in public...upload content to your website. Please watch this space for information about Arts Law For Everyone: A Surprisingly Readable Guide For Arts Entrepreneurs.
Blog by: Lynn Anderson
Articles on importance of good graphic design for any small business. Topics include: conceptual design, color, meaningful imagery, visual storytelling, consistency, market messaging, and creating an effective website taking into account design and usability research.
Blog by: Linda Essig
Thoughts and ideas about infrastructure for the arts
Blog by: Jade Simmons
Tips to lessen the plight of the aspiring concert artist
Blog by: Evelyn Bandoh
Information to help creative folks and creative organizations to clarify what it is that they are trying to do including a lot of financial tips.
Blog by: Lisa Canning
Welcome to Entrepreneur The Arts! We tap into the power of creative artistry to innovate lives, bottom lines, and the communities we live in. We serve artists, corporations, universities and government.
Blog by: Jeffrey P Fisher
Visit Jeffrey's blog for information on sound recording, mixing, small business and more.
Blog by: Greta Pope
Music, Money and You: Managing the Business
Blog by: Dionna Griffin-Irons
Life is about living, playing, being in the moment and giving yourself permission to play. I put these valuable tools to work in two of my favorite places -on the stage and in jail. (three places if you include the labor room.)
In return, I experienced a freedom I never imagined. This blog is about those truths and my seriously funny way to keep that best gift and give it back to you the reader, friend and fellow blogger.
Blog by: Matthew Baron
CPS teacher, musician in Future Hits, and founder of community music project Coach House Sounds