Member Price: $0
Presenter: Maria Brophy
This webinar originally aired on September 23, 2020,
Approximately 1 hour long.
ART LICENSING MADE EASY:
Learn the basics of licensing your art, which gives you the ability to earn money off of one image again and again.
In this webinar you will learn:
Come to the webinar with paper and a pen as there will be a written exercise to follow. You will leave the webinar with a greater understanding of how you can earn money licensing your art.
Registrants will receive a workbook created by Maria to compliment her book: ART, MONEY & SUCCESS.
You can use the workbook in conjunction with her book or separately. Maria will ask you the questions that are on page one during the webinar.
Member Price: $0
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About Our Presenter,
Maria Brophy’s expertise is art marketing and licensing; she is the author of ART, MONEY & SUCCESS, a best selling business book for artists. For over twenty years Maria has traveled the world, coaching artists and helping them to grow their art business. She writes a blog for artists at http://www.mariabrophy.com.
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