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Finally, the Calendar You Never Asked for But Always Wanted

by Paddy Johnson on November 12, 2014

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What do nude pandas look like? What do naked artists wearing panda hats look like? On November 18, 2014, those questions you never asked will be answered. This is the date we launch Art F City’s 2015 panda calendar and print series, Artists as Pandas in the Nude—it will be an event to behold. All calendars and prints will be available for FREE with a tax-deductible donation to the blog.

Check back on the 18th and GET READY FOR SOME FUR. In the meantime, you can find out more after the jump.  

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Ello: The First Artist-Friendly Social Media Site

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on September 26, 2014
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For real.

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Artists: Take This Survey, Let the World Know If You Hate Art Fairs

by Corinna Kirsch on July 21, 2014
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The venerable Ed Winkleman is a man of many hats: art dealer, author, and Moving Image fair organizer. And now, he needs your help.

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Who Pays Artists in the Bay Area? The Compensation Foundation Wants to Know

by Corinna Kirsch on April 21, 2014
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Seriously, take this survey.

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Why Art Doesn’t Pay

by Corinna Kirsch on April 1, 2014
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Artists pay, institutions don’t. Let’s discuss.

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[Sponsor] Saatchi Online Democratizes the Art Market

by Sponsors on June 13, 2011
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Saatchi Online began with a simple mission – to democratize the art market and make art accessible and affordable to everyone around the world.

In 2006 Saatchi Online was launched to give artists a platform from which to show their work to an international audience. For the first time, aspiring and established artists were able to display their work to a global art community outside the confines of a traditional gallery setting.

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