Below are a variety of articles submitted in over the years from different presenters. Just click on the article to access.
Jeffrey P. Fisher provides audio, video, music, writing, consulting, training, and media production and post-production services for individuals, corporate, and commercial clients through his own company, Fisher Creative Group. He also writes extensively about music, sound, and video for print and the Web and has authored ten books and two training DVDs (and still counting).
Jeanette Smith is the consummate art licensing coach—she is passionate about helping you achieve a level of success beyond imagining...she definitely knows how to do it! In just six short years, J’net turned Dilbert™ from a relatively unknown syndication-based comic strip into a 200 million dollar a year global brand. Then in 2000, J’net translated and expanded on her extensive experience to train, advise and license all types of creators. She has helped hundreds of artists, graphic designers, painters, photographers, authors, illustrators, design firms, fine artists, creative companies, non-profits and agents to maximize the power of their brands and talents.
How to Get Started in Art Licensing: Part 3
Mike Veny: What do you get when you mix mental health challenges with a passion for drumming? A dynamic speaker and musician who delivers engaging presentations with raw energy and a fresh perspective on Diversity & Inclusion! Mike Very is a sought-after keynote speaker, corporate drumming event facilitator, author, and luggage enthusiast.
Janet Bloch is the Executive Director of the Lubeznik Center for the Arts in Michigan City, Indiana. She is also the author of Strategic Marketing Tools for Visual Artists.
Emily Weber: Born creative, Emily found her passion for dance at the young age of two, in small town rural Illinois. Overcoing physical limitations at a young age, she realized the fruits of her labor and the truth that hard work, applied consistently over a period of time, fosters massive improvement.