3 easy secrets to doing your own PR for emerging artists on Fresh & Bold - artist PR tips

3 easy secrets to your own arts PR success

+-*As an emerging artist, writer or filmmaker, getting a mention in the press and blogs is one of the greatest ways to reach a larger audience. But laying the groundwork for it yourself can give you headaches and many get caught in the same pitfalls. Fret not, here are a few artist PR tips that could make a …

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Pitching your art - advice on FreshandBold

Pitching: You’re doing it wrong.

+-*Yes, you are. The most common mistake that artists (and most people, I’m not profiling here) make when it comes to getting their work out there, comes from a very simple truth: Most of us act out of personal interest. In your case, this means two things: First, the majority of people primarily care about what others can …

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We’re moving!

+-*This is simply a short notice to let everyone know of the new exciting chapter for Fresh&Bold. After a long absence while I was preparing everything in the background, I am very excited to announce that the blog is now moving to http://freshandbold.co.uk and resume activity with more regular advice for artists, writers and filmmakers. Talent Tuesday is …

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10 tips to get your manuscript submission through the slush pile - advice for authors on Fresh & Bold

10 Things You Must Know About the Slush Pile

+-*After going through my fair share of manuscripts from the slush pile of a literary agency in the last few months, I thought it was time to share some of my regular thoughts on how to increase your odds of getting a callback. Besides, of course, actually being a great writer with a great story …

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A mural in LA as part of the 'Overthrone: Pooring Reign' project © Cyrcle - Fresh and Bold

Cyrcle – Overthrone: Pooring Reign

+-*Last night, I went to the opening for the Overthrone: Pooring Reign exhibition by the Cyrcle art collective at the StolenSpace Gallery in London. And their first UK exhibition is most definitely worth a look – especially if, like me, you have a soft spot for socially engaged creativity. Through their work for this exhibition, …

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