A new organization trying to get a large group of artists together for mutual benefit. Read over the release and see if it is for you! Jorge is also a friend and supporter of Life Is Art, so be sure to say hi when you see him and one of our events and I am sure he would be happy to speak with you in person about their movement.
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Have artists painted themselves into a corner?
August 10th Miami Florida USA
Lower Not Your Pants My Friends (LNYPMF) is forming a strategic alliance of artists with a very specific goal – Make Art a Profitable Endeavor!
LNYPMF will seek to unite around 3000 paying members. The allegiance will provide a stable platform from which to launch modern business campaigns and sustain a network of exclusive member-only galleries situated in major metropolises around the world.
LNYPMF predicts the main obstacle to achieving these goals may stem from the artists themselves and have roots dating back to the 19th century when disillusioned artists became outcasts giving birth to a new element of society- the Bohemians.
Artists also have a tendency to shy away from seemingly complex business undertakings though hurdling that obstacle shouldnâ€™t be a problem because marrying the artist to a myriad of new business tasks is far from the objective. In fact, LNYPMF feels that artist participation in sales or management is one of the biggest mistakes artist co-ops make.
If enough forward thinking individuals can be made to understand that the artistic vision need not be compromised in exchange for success, the art world will experience yet another major revolution, this time placing the artists in control over their own destiny.
Are there 3000 artists on Planet Earth that want to live a better life? That is the first question that needs to be answered so a web site with a demographics form has been setup at http://www.lnypmf.org. Interested artists should fill out this form, the final tally will determine whether or not the LNYPMF program is initiated.
Sadly this wonâ€™t benefit all artists. Business is a competitive arena and the idea is to gain the edge however several thousand artists could thrive in a self sustaining relationship with structured growth doing nothing more than what they do now, create art.
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