Art Articles

“Tips For More Creative Photography” by David McCullough

“Tips For More Creative Photography” by David McCullough

There is an old saying that there are three levels of comedians. The first level is being able to tell...

“The Art and Craft Of Professional Screenwriting” by David Bartlett

“The Art and Craft Of Professional Screenwriting” by David Bartlett

So you want to write a screenplay? Why you should, and why you shouldn’t give up. Hello, and welcome to...

“How To Use Radio To Boost Your Online Sales” by Bryan Farrish

“How To Use Radio To Boost Your Online Sales” by Bryan Farrish

With indie distribution now firmly established on the web, we’ll now cover how to use radio to make online CD...

“How to Throw an ART DAY Party” by Becky Mate

“How to Throw an ART DAY Party” by Becky Mate

Is there chocolate involved? Of course! Then I’m in. International Art Day, a day dedicated to the appreciation of the...

“How On Earth Did I Get Nominated For A Grammy?” by Zak Morgan

“How On Earth Did I Get Nominated For A Grammy?” by Zak Morgan

On December 4th, 2003, I listened to an unbelievable phone message from my good friend and PR agent Betty Hofer...

“Airplay 101” by Bryan Farrish

“Airplay 101” by Bryan Farrish

How To Use Radio To Boost Your Online Sales With indie distribution now firmly established on the web, we’ll now...

“Marketing Your Music, The Big Step” by Randy Tobin

“Marketing Your Music, The Big Step” by Randy Tobin

Did you know that recording songs or making an album, although actually the easiest (and most fun) part of the...

“Marketing Like A Lion” by Doug Hay

“Marketing Like A Lion” by Doug Hay

Every morning in the African plains, a gazelle awakes knowing it must outrun the fastest lion or it will take...

“Creativity” by Tom Fair

“Creativity” by Tom Fair

According to major religious traditions, the original Creative Spirit (or Spirits) was (or were) some form of God (or gods)....

“What’s My Style? Part 1” by Jeannie Deva

“What’s My Style? Part 1” by Jeannie Deva

Some singers seem to fall into it automatically, while others, like kids in a candy store, seem to have too...