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Artist Career Training has its roots in the art, business and professional education worlds. Over the past ten years, A.C.T. has grown from a local coaching practice into a "virtual university*" delivering training to artists who want to make a better living making art. The programs, services and learning products continue to attract a core community of American artists, qualified "virtual faculty" across North America. Experts teach practical art marketing, effective work habits and personalized business strategies that most working artists are looking for.

* There are many forms and combinations of virtual delivery of learning resources for artists. Here is what a dictionary entry for the Artist Career Training version of a "vir·tu·al uni·ver·si·ty" would look like:
1 : a learning organization providing a curriculum of 12-month programs of real art business and art marketing training for beginning, emerging, mid-career and established professional artists, specifically: "A.C.T. One: Starting Your Art Business," "A.C.T. 101:Building Your Art Business," "A.C.T. 201: Developing Your Art Business" and "A.C.T. 301: Mastering Your Art Business" 2 : the curriculum is delivered globally through a hybrid distance learning system using multi-media resources to deliver live expert telephone classes, art marketing workbooks, "best of" organizations, books, and web sites.
3 : academic status being such in essence though not formally recognized virtual organization structure>
4 : learning organization being a hypothetical place whose existence is inferred from indirect evidence of participation <virtual classrooms>and whose teachers and learners are sometimes indistinguishable. <virtual experts>

 

Last updated on December 16, 2014 by Aletta de Wal