Start & Run an Art Teaching Business
|Format||Softcover + CD-ROM|
|Price on sale||$14.95 (reduced from $22.95)|
Written by Tanya Freedman.
Published by Self-Counsel Press, 2007.
|Anyone with an artistic skill such as painting, drawing, or
pottery can start their own successful art teaching business. Many people
interested in learning an artistic skill dont have the space, materials,
or facilities to learn on their own at home, and art schools provide them with
a place they can go to learn with others without having to purchase expensive
looms, kilns, easels, and other such equipment. Children, teens, adults--they
are all looking to do art in their free time.
Start & Run an Art Teaching Business shows you step by step how you can start your own successful art teaching business, whether its at your home or at a rented studio. It will show you how to develop and customize not only classes, but also art camps, birthday parties, and artists retreats. Learn how to set up classrooms, find students, provide great customer service, and ensure the business remains profitable--and generate the creative spark in your students, staff, and community. Whatever your artistic skill, with the right business plan and a bit of savvy you can start your own successful business teaching art to others.
The companion CD-ROM for your Windows PC contains MS Word forms and questionnaires to help you plan your business.
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