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ARTNews Advice Email List - LOYALTY PROGRAMME
The ARTNews Loyalty Programme is for people who have been publishing on ARTNews for five years consecutively. These treasured publishers are encouraged to access their News Pages which, with our new Exhibition Details Dialogue Box (the place where news items are entered) is so incredibly easy that it has become a source of instant gratification. They are encouraged to scrapbook:
* scanned and optimised fliers,
* optimised photographs of relevant artworks published with full credits, [Full credits include: artist's name, photographer, title of artwork and year of construction and must be accompanied with review material even if the work is mentioned obliquely. Images of artworks may not be published without review material unless the publisher has the specific, written and signed consent of the artist.]
* copy and paste catalogue essays, [Catalogue essays are presumed to be footnoted correctly with ALL sources acknowledged comprehensively.]
* optimised event photographs with full photographic credits,
* any ephemera associated with the event being documented
and add more pages of information concerning their careers.
This benefits ARTNews because it brings me closer to the fulfilment of my vision that one can search for an artist's name on ARTNews and be presented with a chronologically ordered trajectory of their career.
We have been going for so long that quite a few of our clients have retired. I appreciate their past business and can't do enough to encourage them to make their past exploits publically available. DO NOT PUT YOUR CAREER IN A BOX AND BEQUEATH IT TO A RELATIVE!
I APPRECIATE ARTNews PUBLISHERS!!! grin emoticon
The MCA Library has a room full of file cabinets, stuffed full of fliers artists have mailed to the MCA for them to archive. This wealth of material is not accessible. Basically it has taken the form of a room full of grey filing cabinets. Do not let this be the fate of YOUR CAREER.
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