Free Resources for Artists
Super helpful worksheets & rad swag
Get a load of these free resources, made for artists like you!
- Define what makes you and your art so incredible
- Get set to carve your creative path with the planning guide, and
- Nail that blogging strategy
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Downloadable Worksheets & Free Resources
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Before you get help with any of your branding or marketing, it’s helpful to have done some of the exploration and thinking around your arts practice. When we work together, I’ll ask you questions like:
“What makes your art or your process unique or different?” or “What are your goals for you and your business?”
“Who are your ideal buyers?” or “How do your values influence your work?” or “What is your brand personality?”
No matter what project we’re completing together, I’ll be able to deliver work that shares the heart of your brand if you can answer these questions well – or have at least given them some thought and have some ideas.
So, to get you started, you can download these worksheets and start your exploration. Have a question about them? Just holler!
Ali gets to the core of how local artists approach their lives and careers so that readers can dive deeper into the stories, but those she interviews also discover more about themselves in the process. She creates strong visuals with her words and teaches us how to understand objects and topics far beyond what we can see and touch.
Ali managed our website copy project meticulously - from start to finish - and wrote engaging, interesting copy for our photography website.
Ali was able to capture the true essence of my values, mission and most of all the heart of my business and express it in a way I could not do myself.
Let’s get to the heart of your arts business
I acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of Australia. I pay my respects to the Elders past and present as the traditional Custodians of the lands and waters.
I acknowledge their living culture and their traditional art forms. I recognise that the land where I live, learn and work is Yugerra land and sovereignty was never ceded. I’m committed to building and sustaining respect and understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists.