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Money for Art's Sake

Interactive Technologies in TEFL. Anna Novikova, Moscow
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Anna Novikova

on 25 November 2014

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What do Young Artist have to know to become successful?
(final part of the article may help)
http://www.artbusiness.com/wannafame.html
How to Make an Artist's Portfolio:
(watch the video)
What are
the best and the worst jobs
of some top artists?
(final part of the article)
How to
Get Your Artwork Noticed
?
What can a young artist
start with
in order to earn money?
http://voices.yahoo.com/seven-ways-money-artistic-abilities-11433208.html
http://www.ehow.com/how_8662769_artwork-noticed.html
Internship in the Arts: the XXI century.
http://www.artandeducation.net/paper/hunger-artists-or-internships-and-the-arts/
How do average young artists make their living in the XXI century?
http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/jan/24/artists-day-jobs
How to
sell
your art?
(watch the video)
http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/jan/24/artists-day-jobs
Money for Art's Sake
What do young artists have to do
to become
sucessful AND well-paid
?

Student's name: ________________
Student's name: ________________
Student's name: Vladimir =)
Student's name: Kseniya, Helen
Student's name: Egor
Student's name: Petrov Nikita
Does money
help or hinder
my art career?

What is my
attitude
to money?
How
much

money
do I need?
Should I sell my art
and
HOW
should I
value
my art?
...real artists should suffer for their art...
You
DO have to make a profit to keep moving forward
and creating more beautiful things
...
Selling your art makes you a sell out
...Money = Freedom
Money is magical. It gives you the freedom to work and create...
Value your skills. Not everyone can do what you do
!
Do I need a
stable non-artistic job
that will keep me going?
If I want to sell my art,
WHAT do I start with
?

history of the Motto:
Background, meaning, original language, author
The XIX century
Student's name: Otstavnova Alexandra
J. S. G. Boggs (born 1955) is an American artist, best known for his
hand-drawn, one-sided depictions of U.S. banknotes
(known as "Boggs notes") and his various "Boggs bills" he draws for use in his performances. He spends his "Boggs notes" only for their face value. If he draws a $100 bill, he exchanges it for $100 worth of goods.
The book ...
youtube.com/watch?v=gEtKSqzpj0Q
A video ...
Boggs' main ambition: ...

Porblems with authorities:
"The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living."
Damien Hirst.

Student's name: Anna and Anastasia_______________
Problems:
Solutions:
Examples:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture-professionals-network/culture-professionals-blog/2012/sep/11/unpaid-internships-arts-benefit-nobody
Government assistance?
Examples:
A day job?
Young Artists' Attituide to Money: Aceptance or Rejection?
http://www.artonomy.co/2011/01/19/art-and-money-the-mysterious-case-of-the-artist-and-the-money-monster/
Artists relationship with money:
How to value your art:
Money management:
Best jobs:

Worst jobs:
http://www.ehow.com/video_4993531_sell-artwork.html
Steps:

1.
2.
3.
...
http://www.ehow.com/video_4993527_make-art-portfolio.html?wa_vlsrc=continuous&pid=1&cp=1&wa_vrid=52a7f817-8c30-4604-a1b0-4eff9fcc66d1
Author:
Steps:

1.
2.
3.
...
Author:
Student's name: ________________
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
...
Student's name: ________________
February 8, 2013
"Money For Art's Sake"
11 grade, Advanced English Course
Educational Center #2006, Moscow
Teacher: Anna Novikova




Interactive technologies in EFL
Realization of the Project:
"1 student: 1 computer"

Damien Hurst, 07/06/1965
Britain
Conceptual art, installation art, painting
Central theme: Death.

"For the Love of God"
, 2007: a
platinum cast
of an 18th century human skull encrusted with
8,601
flawless
diamonds
.
Production cost:
£14 mln
Sold:
£50 mln, the highest price ever paid
for a single work by a living artist.
WHAT ARTISTS EARN Compiled by Guardian Research

Actors

Minimum Equity rate for an actor in a West End play:
£550 p/w
(excluding expenses).

Minimum Equity rate for an actor ­in regional ­repertory:
£350 p/w
(plus £124 ­relocation allowance).

Daily pay for a "supporting artist" in a BBC TV show:
£85.50.

Amount an actor can make for an ­advert:
­£5,000-£15,000+
for a TV ­commercial (2-3 days work).

Dancers

Minimum Equity rate for a touring ­cabaret dancer:
£340 p/w
and £177 expenses.

Minimum Equity rate for a ballet dancer performing regularly with a ­company:
£400 p/w.

Musicians

PPL, the music licensing company that collects ­royalties on behalf of 42,000 performers, says 90% of them earn less than
£15,000 a year
.

The Performing Rights ­Society, which processes payments for songwriters and composers, says 90% of the ­people on their books earn less than
£5,000 a year
.

Visual artists

Average weekly income for a visual artist:
£521 (
average figure based on highest and lowest earnings. Source: ONS, 2009).

Amount paid for works sold at the ­annual Affordable Art Fair in London
: £50–£3,000 (
of which a ­percentage may go to an artist's gallery).

In Denmark, for instance, 275 artists are granted an annual stipend of ­between 15,000 and 149,000 Danish krone (£1,750 to £17,000) every year for the rest of their lives.
To make a portfolio of the best work
What a day job inevitably means, of course, is spending the majority of your waking hours not doing the thing you love: making art.
To work for the animation studio or art house
30 minutes + 1 year foundation + 3 years fine art degree + 10 years working two jobs {one with an evil boss!} to finance your art whilst you paint at night.
To set up a studio or gallery
French slogan from the early 19th century.
To establish a website
By Danny Page
You may feel that:

You don’t deserve money
That your skills are something anyone could do and don’t deserve remuneration
You are more comfortable giving something away for free
That exchanging your work for money somehow taints or sullies it
Selling your art makes you a sell out
That real artists suffer for their art
Théophile Gautier (1811–1872)
Comedy of values
You need to take control of the money monster, dont let it control you and derail your art career.
Make people think about beauty and value
dancers
musicians
actors
visual artists
A recent waitressing shift at the Houses of Parliament didn't go quite so well.On days like that, you sit there and go: why don't I want to do something else with my life?"
counter
phone-consultant
shop-seller
etc
Counterfeiting
Anastasia and Alexis
Expresses a philosophy that the intrinsic value of art, and the only "true" art, is divorced from any didactic, moral or utilitarian function.
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