February 13th, 2007, 01:37 AM
Um...I started a studio a while ago and I was wondering does any one no fast ways to gain work? My studio only contains 3 people at the moment but we are ok artists. Any suggestion or comment would be great.
February 13th, 2007, 07:50 AM
So. . . you are asking A. if there is an easy way to start and maintain a successful business, B. making art, C. with mediocre artists. You do realize this is why people go to business school and art school, right? And that most artists and most small business don’t succeed without a crap-ton of work? I realize that you are asking this as a pre-college student. Well, for starters, you haven’t posted your thread in the appropriate forum, and you misspelled “know”, so your chances of being able to run a business are likely also still nil. You and your friends need to go to college before starting a business, or at lest pursue an education on your own for a few more years.
Now. . . on the other hand, if your studio is just a club, that could be a great experience for all of you. It’ll give you a chance to practice art and practice your managerial skills. When it comes time to apply for college, they’ll like it if you organized and ran a group of artists. Keep it up and you could be, say, the manager of an art department
Tell me a little bit about what you intend to do with your “studio”, and perhaps someone here can help. And I’ll see about flagging down a moderator to move this thread somewhere more useful.