Cybersecurity & Websites for Artists

Twice this week I’ve seen friends and fellow artists get hacked on their social media accounts. Over a year ago, the Art School Blog was also hacked. The world of artist websites can be tricky for those of us who aren’t computer savvy or web coders. But, it’s time to talk about a few best Read more about Cybersecurity & Websites for Artists[…]

Studio Safety and Security

Open buildings are a security risk. Many art buildings have open access with limited security or surveillance. While this is great for getting the pubic in on First Thursdays or other open studio events, it also leaves the door open for some sketchy folks to poke around in your business. As you settle into your Read more about Studio Safety and Security[…]

Studio Security: How Safe is Your Space

Receiving that email in your inbox from the property management company that a suspicious man was found lurking through your building trying to find unlocked doors raises many concerns. This email showed up in my inbox which ironically paired with some experiences I had traveling to some unsecured local art buildings in my community that had Read more about Studio Security: How Safe is Your Space[…]

Art Email Scams: Eight Red Flags to Look For

Art buying email scams are happening and if you are using the internet to promote yourself and your work, then its likely that you will be contacted by a scammer to “purchase” your work. I have been contacted multiple times by scammers and there are some common red flags to look for to help you decide if Read more about Art Email Scams: Eight Red Flags to Look For[…]