Making Art Making Money FAQ
Making Art Making Money isn’t just another online course.
Nor are we an expensive and complicated eCommerce service for artists that will accept your money even if you don’t know your niche. If you don’t know your niche your online and offline art sales will fail.
- We’re the only proven step-by-step business program that’s teaching professional fine artists how to make more money in less time and with more dignity.
- We’ve been serving fine artists from 23 countries and counting since 2005.
- Admission is available by application only, and that’s because we have a generous 100% no-risk guarantee.
- Students enrolled in Making Art Making Money graduate by selling enough of their fine art to cover their tuition at a minimum. It’s rarely necessary, but we’ll work with students for free until they sell enough of their art to graduate. We only ask that students complete their lessons and assignments within six months, which is plenty of time.
If you don’t give up, we won’t give up.
- The program was originally designed as a 90-day intensive but students have access for an entire year.
- Most of our students are super busy so we employ micro-learning so our lectures and quizzes take less than five minutes.
- Students can then implement what they’re learning at their own pace.
- Micro-learning is 50% more interactive and engaging to students. Transfer of knowledge is 17% more efficient.
- With our mobile-enabled app, you can learn on the go and according to your schedule.
- You do not need a cohesive body of work to begin the program.
- You’ll essentially be selling your homework.
- Students are much more inspired to make art when they discover their purpose inside the program.
- Since the pandemic, the affluent have started to invest even more money in remodeling and real estate, which means they’re buying fine art.
- The affluent are also ALWAYS looking for meaning, particularly in uncertain times. Fine art inspires meaning.
- Once you know what you’re doing you’ll see that it’s easier to sell a $10,000 original than it is to sell a $100 reproduction.
- The affluent buy more expensive original works of art and that’s why we teach luxury marketing and sales strategies.
Please note. If you plan to sell cheap reproductions, those buyers aren’t buying, and you will struggle.
Your success is our success.
To help ensure your success we use a defined application process so that can determine if we can help you and you can determine if you want our help.
If we’re not confident that we can help you, we’re not going to accept you into the program.
Have you already sold your art? This is evidence that it’s possible to sell your art. It stands to reason that you could sell even more art with a:
- proven process
- an expert mentor
- a warm, welcoming, and intelligent global support network
Obviously, in order for the process to work, you need to do the work. Fine art doesn’t make itself and it doesn’t sell itself.
- We do not critique your fine art because we’re not experts in every possible fine art genre or medium.
- We do review your art sales. If you’ve sold your art then this is evidence that you could sell more with a proven process.
- The scarcity and permission-based art establishment forces artists to compete with one another resulting in jealousy and snobbery.
- We have a warm, welcoming intelligent global community of artists who want to see you win.
- Many students feel that the community alone is worth the price of admission.
You’ll graduate by selling enough of your art during your final project to cover your tuition, at a minimum.
As featured by Inc. Magazine as an innovation in higher education.
- If what you’re doing it’s working and you don’t have another plan then chances are high that you will fail.
- A plan to sell your art without a plan is a plan to sell no art.
- Students enrolled in Making Art Making Money graduate by selling enough of their art during their final project to cover their tuition, at a minimum. As featured by Inc. Magazine.
- It’s rarely necessary, but we’ll work with students for free until they sell enough of their art to graduate. We only ask that students complete their lessons and assignments within six months, which is plenty of time.
- If you don’t give up, we won’t give up.