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Choosing A Creative Space For Your Art Business

Neil McKenzie

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April 25th, 2014 - 06:44 PM

Choosing A Creative Space For Your Art Business

Ok, at some point in time you may outgrow your studio and need to secure a new creative space. If you are serious about your art and art business, then it is likely you are going to be spending a lot of time working in your creative space. Choose your creative space wisely as it can have a big impact on your art, productivity, attitude, customers and your overall brand.

You need a space to create your art but you also need a space to conduct business. This space could be your home, a studio, a coop, a gallery to multiple retail locations whatever is appropriate for your business model. The use of your space could vary from just a place to create art to an elaborate facility with studios, warehouse space and a retail area. Your needs may also change depending on your business model and if your art business is growing or shrinking.

In the linked article I will take a look at some of the things you should be thinking about when choosing a new creative space. Good Luck!

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Neil McKenzie

2 Years Ago

Centennial, CO

Thanks Shirlei!

Shirlei Barnes

2 Years Ago

Stawell, Vic

Neil, I love the 'what to look for ' in your article. Thank you. shirleibarnes.com