• Liz Carter

Creating a portfolio Webpage:

Updated: Nov 29, 2018

A portfolio webpage is a living resume, some say its more important then a conventional resume, in the world of googling everything it may be true. As an Artist I have chosen a Portfolio Webpage so potential clients, Purchaser's, Art Directors, and Curators can easily see my work.





Control over your destiny

Social Media is a great platform for networking but it does have its cons. Most media have rights over content posted on their sites and they also can delete and silence your voice. I like the idea of being able to post something in the middle of the night if I wish, my original site is overseen by someone other them myself, so being spontaneous is vetoed. Midnight calls to add an image or change my CV are frowned upon when you have website manger other the yourself.




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Conversation With Jason Baerg

http://jasonbaerg.com






Jason Baerg is more then a fantastic artist he has a lengthy resume filled with Art Residencies, Jury duties, Curations, and teachings. Check out his web page to see his extensive list of Solo and Group shows and his extensive work organizing and moderating national aboriginal incentives.




Having an effective online presence is no longer an option; it’s a must, as important as it was 20 years ago to be in the phone book. If you weren’t in the phone book, you weren’t in business. Or you didn’t have a business worth doing business with.https://www.gagebiz.com/the-importance-of-a-professional-online-presence



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Gila’kasla, ᑭᓇᓈᐢᑯᒥᑎᐣ  to Jason Baerg for his time and patience. I hold my hands up to you for all the hard work you do for our People across Turtle Island.


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