As an artist acting as agent for self I find I must have a strong code of ethics for self. So I thought my friend Chuck Galagher’s article he offered to reblog would be very appropriate:by Chuck Gallagher Business ethics should seem simple, but the more analytic we approach the subject the more complicated the explanation of “business […]Read more "ART: Business Ethics – Which Theory Do You Follow?"
We have been coming on quite a quandary. Art is not a hobby for us, but it has been becoming a chore to get into the art part of the studio and work. Becoming so engrossed in the music side of the studio for more than 8 hours a day was the norm.But what I wonder about is, […]Read more "SIGNPOSTS: Which Way Do They Point"
“Hey we’ve got this new social media buzz and its really the new way to communicate our product. But let’s continue to do things the way we normally do and make it an avenue for the upwardly mobile. I mean after all we can’t use any S.N.A.P. benefits on the internet and all our white colleagues […]Read more "Missing The Boat On Social Media"
It’s one thing to write about art, especially Avante-garde art. But when you’re away from the major markets of NY, LA and Paris buzz can be hard to come by unless you can afford to have a publicist.Popular right now is discovering the new African art of Kenya and Nigeria, along with interest in the […]Read more "Art Beyond Blog"