Some artists are fortunate enough to make their art full-time, either because they sell enough art to support themselves, or they have a supportive partner, or they have savings or a trust to live on. However most artists–at least in the beginning of their careers–have to rely on a second job to make ends meet. Those “day jobs” can be either a source of frustration because they eat up so much studio time, or of liberation because they allow one to make their art without the pressure to derive an income from it. So if one must have a day job, what is the best one for you and how do you find it?
This webinar will:
- Identify the three main types of day jobs for artists
- Help you decide on the best job for you and your lifestyle
- Examine how a day job can be integrated into your art practice
- Look at alternative sources of income other than a job
About the Presenter
Ray Beldner has worked in art education and marketing for the last 20 years with the goal of inspiring people to create, value, and support the visual arts. As an artist, he has exhibited in more than 15 solo shows and over 100 group exhibitions, both nationally and internationally, and his artwork can be found in numerous public and private collections including the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and the Federal Reserve Board, Washington DC; the Saks Fifth Ave Collection, New York; and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, among many others.
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