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8 Tips to Start Archiving Your Artwork

8 Tips to Start Archiving Your Artwork

8 Tips to Start Archiving Your Artwork provided by Artwork Archive If you’re more than a year or two into your art career, chances are that you have a lot of artwork around the house, office or studio. You have probably said to yourself that you should catalog...
An Artist’s Tools + Studio as Creative Identity

An Artist’s Tools + Studio as Creative Identity

An Artist’s Tools + Studio as Creative Identity CERF+’s new resource, Crafting Your Legacy: Putting Your Non-Artistic Assets to Work in an Estate Plan, provides a high level overview of a seldom thought about but integral aspect of artistic practice. An artist’s...
An Artist’s Tools + Studio as Creative Identity

The Will to Create a Will

The Will to Create a Will As a studio artist, I seldom think about my monetary legacy.  I am pretty sure that I will never get to retire, at least in the typical American sense of the word. Since I love my work and feel a drive to create every day, I accept this fact....
New Crafting Your Legacy Resource Available

New Crafting Your Legacy Resource Available

CERF+ guide helps working artists plan the ‘afterlife’ of their tools and other studio assets. No one knows the full story of your artistic career better than you—your artwork, your creative vision, your art-making process, and the professional activities through...
Getting Ready to Plan Ahead

Getting Ready to Plan Ahead

Getting Ready to Plan Ahead I recently received a Get Ready Grant. As a career woodworker for eight years, legacy planning was perhaps the last aspect I had not addressed professionally. Talking about legacy planning for artists is one of the least interesting aspects...