Learn How to Tell Your Brand Story

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    This post is by Daniel DiGriz. Dan is CHF’s Creative Director and Director of Education. He is Host of The Thriving Artist™ podcast - available on iTunes, Spotify, and wherever fine podcasts are heard. He is a serial entrepreneur, Digital Ecologist® at MadPipe which provides Creative Direction to various enterprises, and Creative Director of Free Agent Source Inc, the Open Source Consulting Firm™. His ideas appear in Forbes, Inc, & Success Magazine. [LinkedIn]

     

     

    My name is Daniel DiGriz and I’m the Creative Director and Director of Education for the Clark Hulings Fund (CHF). You may remember me from my guest appearance on the BoldBrush AMP webinar on storytelling.


    As part of our ongoing partnership with BoldBrush, we’re sharing some of our very best video lessons designed to help you nail your brand story and become a better storyteller. Because as you probably already know, stories are the key to marketing and selling your artwork more effectively.


    This first video is entitled How Story Works, and goes over why your brand story is the best way to get other people in the boat—how you say "go with me". By the way, here’s a hint. It's how our ancestors aligned an audience around an idea at the fire.


    Just click on the video below to watch it.

     

     

    When you’re done checking out the video, feel free to explore our digital campus and learn more about how CHF can help you on your artist’s journey.

     


    Sincerely,

     

    Daniel DiGriz
    Creative Director and Director of Education
    The Clark Hulings Fund


    P.S. If you have any feedback that you’d like to share with me on this video lesson, please leave me a comment on FineArtViews. I look forward to hearing from you.

     

     

     






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