Freebie Friday: Pricing Your Artwork

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It’s Freebie Friday!

We have an announcement this week to accompany our regularly scheduled freebie.

Starry Night has been growing and evolving lately and as this happens, some of our programs are changing as well. We are not sure exactly what the future holds, but we have big plans. If you are interested in learning more about what lies ahead for Starry Night, please email us.

With that said, we want to let you know that this may be the last summer for the Starry Night Residency Program. If you have been planning to come and do a stay with us, now is the time. We are open May through September and the deadline to apply is May 20th, 2017. There may not be another chance to do a Residency at Starry Night, so please send in your applications as soon as possible.

As promised, your weekly freebie: This one is about pricing your work. We get so many questions on this topic in general, and especially from our Exposure artists. Pricing artwork has many factors and we thought this worksheet could help steer you in the right direction.

Download the PDF here: Pricing Your Artwork

This is printable straight from our online course, Artist Resources and Tools, or better known as ART School.

Print it out, hang it up, or pass it along to a friend!

If you find this helpful and you want more, check out starrynightonline.com, where you can enroll in the full ART School course. Or, if you are specifically interested in learning about creating your best portfolio and application, we made a short program called Great Applications. Check it out!

What’s happening at Starry Night?

We are so glad you asked! Our team is preparing for the summer session at the Starry Night Residency. You can find out more about the program, and apply here. The deadline to apply for summer is May 20th.

If you are interested in learning more about our programs and resources, please reach out to us at info@starrynightretreat.com or visit starrynightprograms.com.

Have you been in the process of pricing some of your work? What problems or questions have you come upon? Let us know in the comments below.

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