A list of resources for organizing your art career,
including time management, record keeping,
software programs, and other remedies for getting


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Title: The Artist in the Office: How to Creatively Survive and
Thrive Seven Days a Week

Author: Summer Pierre
A humorous book that tackles everything from money issues and the
importance of patience during the creative process – to better
organizing your time to countering the isolation of being an artist.

Publisher: Perigee, The Penguin Group
Publication Date:2010

Title: Overwhelmed: How to Quiet the Chaos
and Restore Your Sanity

Athors: Kathi Lipp and Cheri Gregory
Discusses five surprising reasons why you become stressed, why social
media solutions don’t often work, and how you can finally create a plan
that works for you.

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2017
Title: Time Management: Screw Self Discipline with
this Uncommon Guide

Author: Brian Adams
Discusses how to apply the famous 80/20 rule to everyday life, and develop
the decision-making skills needed to set aside unnecessary tasks,
delegate to others, and focus all your energies on what really matters.
Helps you get your “to-do list” under control with a simple and efficient
t system. Learn how to how to set goals, prioritize tasks, and stay focused.

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2015


Artwork Archive 
Tracks inventory, contacts, galleries, sales and more. Also includes
consignment reports, portfolio pages, invoices, and gallery labels .

GYSTBasic and GYSTPro Software for Artists
Available for MAC, PC and Vista. Tracks artwork, prices, sales and provides sales
invoices. Includes a database for a mailing list. Provides an artwork checklist for
exhibitions. Guides users through the process of writing grant proposals and
other proposals with detailed instructions.


Categories: Career