As David Deeds, Schulze Professor of Entrepreneurship at University of St. Thomas, wrote in “To Turn Your Art Into a Business, Learn to Manage Your Time,” you may want to find a partner to help run the business.
In his new book, “The Paid Artist: How to Make Your Art Into a Business,” artist and self-proclaimed business geek John Endris offers five steps to get started on your own.
This way, you can determine how much you need to earn or save to cover your expenses and create your goals and milestones around.
Five steps to launching your art business Now, here are five steps to really begin your process of launching your art business: Step 1: Profit and Loss (or P&L).
If you have more expenses than income (negative Net Income), you are a normal artist.