6 Things You Can Do To Promote Your Art


#1 – Use Your Portfolio to Promote your Art

  • Each high exposure photograph should be well executed and visually compelling.
  • Each image should be accompanied by succinct and captivating text.
  • A strong bio should accompany the work.

#2 – Promote Your Art with a Strong Internet Presence

  • Online Galleries
  • An art website or artist page on a popular website is a must-have to promote your art.
  • Social media has become a powerful tool for both reaching new fans and staying in touch with established ones. Facebook, instagram, twitter etc.

#3 – Art Competitions can Promote your Art

  • Art competitions enable you to display your work among your peers, which experts agree is one of the best ways to push yourself as an artist.
  • Art competitions get your work in front of gallerists, curators, and editors, who can in turn positively impact your career.
  • Art competitions give your work invaluable visibility. Even if you don’t win, you get a chance to share your work.

#4 – Network, Network, Network

  • Joining art organizations: Remember that your art is a business, and just like any business, networking is an important part of making your work relevant within the art community.
  • Participating in community events: Locally hosted art fairs, street shows, and open studio events provide a unique opportunity for you to connect with other artists in your area.

#5 – Getting Active in the Community can Help Promote Your Art

  • Charity events: donate your work to a charity, auction, or volunteer your services at the event yourself.
  • Local schools: Volunteer your time to go into classrooms and teach students about your particular method of creating art. It is a great way to build your reputation in your community.
  • Community projects: Many towns and cities are taking art to the streets via community mural projects. You can leave a visual reminder of your presence in the community for all to see years to come.

#6 – Finding the Help to Promote your Art

  • Producing press releases and developing artist statements:
  • Digital representation: Get your work featured on well established galleries and sale oriented forum
  • Advertising exhibitions: Promotional representation includes participation in a collective exhibition with an opening reception.

Don’t forget this is not all it take,By focusing on promoting your art, you can get your art out there and reach those audiences who will most benefit from getting to know you as an artist. let the world know about your art.

Visit Agora- Gallery to learn more.


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