Having a high quality recording of your music is critical to getting grants and gigs! Whether you have several albums under your belt or are an emerging musician ready to make a demo, you'll find the list of Indianapolis - based recording studios a great resource for your next project.
Nearly every studio has a musical style they do best so it is imperative that the musician do their homework to find the studio that is best suited to them and their work.
The Pop Machine Recording Studios
Aire Born Group | Recording Studios Greater Indianapolis
The Lodge Recording Studios
Azmyth Recording Studios
The Alliance for Artist Residencies is a national organization serving artists and the various artist residency programs around the country. This site is a valuable resource to learn about different opportunities for residencies, but also offers a wide variety of "Tips" for artists who are wanting to learn more about how residences work, how to find the right one for you, how to apply and get them funded!
Vimeo.com offers a huge selection of how to videos for those wanting to shoot and edit their own videos. Topics include lighting, gear, DSLR, camera phone shooting, editing, and more!
Search over 100 free videos at www.vimeo.com/videoschool
Career Transitions for Dancers is an organization with offices in New York and Los Angeles, but they serve professional dancers all across the United States. They exisit to help dancers transition into new careers beyond the stage. They offer training, professional development, multiple online resources including a large video library of workshops and panel discussions as well as scholarships and grants.
Whether dancers want to transition into teaching or starting their own business, Career Transitions offers resources to help navigate these new waters.
Panel disucssions such as this one on creative career options are available on their site under Resources at www.careertransition.org
Indianapolis-based artist Bonnie Stahlecker is a book artist who also larger sculptural wall pieces using some of the same delicate materials used to make her artist books. Over the years, she has developed a solid system of building custom boxes to protect her artwork. Here she shares a few of her best practices with us.
In an era where commercial galleries can be scarce, the alternative space can be a very valuable tool for emerging and mid-career artists. An alternative space can be a coffee shop, a bookstore, or corporate board room.
Joshua Lingenfelter: Marketing for Non-Marketers from the Indiana Arts Commission's 2014 Leveraging Creativity Conference in Indianapolis, IN.
Shannon M. Linker - Arts Council of Indianapolis at the Indiana Arts Commission's 2014 Leveraging Creatvity Conference in Indianapolis, IN.
Need tips to learn how to best price your artwork? DegreeArt.com put together this video to demystify the process.
Tyler Stalman offers an excellent and easy to follow guide to documenting your own artwork with a simple camera most of us already have. Find more helpful videos at www.Saatchionline.com