Top 10 richest female artists in the world (Part 3)

7th place: Taylor Swift ($ 360 million US dollars)

The idea that with the title of the best-selling artist on the planet and the best-selling album of the year, Taylor Swift will also lead the list of the richest female artists in the world, but in contrast, she only ranks at number 7. after six other names. Even Taylor must “offer”, then surely the leading character will be extremely terrible here.

Taylor Allison Swift, is known as one of the most prominent singers and composers in the European and American music industry. Up to now, the female artist has released 7 studio albums and all 7 “brainchildren” have achieved a significant response from the public opinion community and experts everywhere. Besides the best-selling albums as well as extremely popular singles, she is also one of the only artists to own the biggest tour in history with Reputation Stadium Tour in 2018. And only from album sales. And go on tour, vocalist ME! has easily “pocketed” total assets of up to $ 360 million US dollars.

6th place: Jennifer Lopez ($ 400 million US dollars)

Next up is Jennifer Lopez. Different from other artists on this list, Jennifer – also known as JLO, began her career as a dancer. She maintained this job until the early 1990s and in 1999, the female artist officially entered the music industry with her debut album, On The 6 .

In addition, besides her music career, JLO has also participated in many movie projects such as Hustlers, Second Act, The Boy Next Door, … Besides, she also toured and attended major events. small to maintain their image in the media. With a series of efforts in the work of the female artist, she has harvested total assets of up to $ 400 million USD.

Top 10 richest female artists in the world (Part 2)

9th place: Lady Gaga ($ 300 million US dollars)

Next on the list is Lady Gaga, also known as “Mother Monsters” by the community of Little Monsters. Like Britney Spears, Gaga had a relatively successful debut in 2008 with his debut album titled The Fame . After its debut, the product received a lot of responses from the public and experts alike and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart at that time. The Fame is  also known as one of the five best-selling albums of the year.

After the success of The Fame , Gaga continued to rock the music industry with her talent through the next 5 studio albums: Born This Way, Artpop , Cheek To Cheek , Joanne and Chromatica . And it seems that all 5 products have achieved considerable commercial success. Also from these 6 “spiritual children” (including The Fame ), the singer Bad Romance has recovered a fortune of up to $ 300 USD.

8th place: Mariah Carey ($ 300 million US dollars)

Next at No. 8 is music legend Mariah Carey. Unlike other names on this list, Mariah is probably the earliest debuted character compared to the rest of the artists, but in contrast, the female artist’s success is equally glorious. After her debut album was released in 1990, the product immediately reached # 1 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart and did not stop there, the album continued to extend its winning streak for 11 consecutive weeks. continued. The current product is 9x platinum certified in the United States. This is definitely one of the rare achievements in the American music scene. In addition, Mariah’s subsequent studio albums also achieved remarkable results.

Up to now, the singer One Sweet Day owns all 15 studio albums and all of them bring the female artist a huge amount of income. Besides, with tours and large-scale events, Mariah has a fortune of up to $ 300 million USD.

Top 10 richest female artists in the world (Part 1)

Pursuing and maintaining a career in music is certainly not an easy job for female artists. In order for his image as well as his songs to be engraved in the hearts of the audience for a long time, the character must continuously improve his style from costumes, lyrics, or even behavior with fans and the crowd. bronze. Just as Taylor Swift commented on the documentary Miss Americana: “ To get where I am today, I have to keep turning myself 360 degrees many times in a row. If not, then I will definitely be ‘disgraced’. This is a phenomenon that I think only female artists have to face”.

There have been many successful names in the above while the rest have gone into oblivion. And besides talent, ownership is also one of the most accurate metrics for this success. Recently, Forbes – one of the famous international business magazines, has published a list of the Top 10 richest artists in the world as “living proof” proving that pursuing and maintaining the music career is completely possible for female artists.

In the documentary Miss Americana , released at the end of January 2020, Taylor Swift confided that she had to rotate her 360 degrees many times to maintain her music career.

10th place: Britney Spears ($ 215 million US dollars)

Opening this honorable list is the veteran vocalist that 9x generations are familiar with: Britney Spears. Britney Jean Spears is a singer, dancer and also a composer. The singer started her music career in 1992 (12 years old) and she quickly became one of the most popular artists at that time. After the classic hits like Oops!… I Did It Again , Baby One More Time , Toxic ,… the Louisiana-based vocalist achieved the title of the best-selling teen artist of all time in the early 2000s.

Up to now, Spears has owned assets of up to $ 215 million USD (nearly 5 trillion Vietnamese dong). It is known that this money comes mainly from singles as well as albums which have been sold for many years. With this appearance on the list of the richest female artists in the world, Britney has also marked the 6th time she has done this. Congratulations to Britney Spears!

Opening the list is veteran singer Britney Spears – owner of hit hit Baby One More Time  at No. 10 with assets up to $ 215 million USD.

Art Basel postponed since Switzerland closes borders

Art Basel, one of the art world’s biggest events, has been postponed due to the spread of coronavirus pandemic in Europe. It was announced that the four-day event will be rescheduled to take place in September.

Last year, the art fair attracted more than 93,000 visitors from around the world. This year, it was due to take place in June. However, following the policy of tightened travel restrictions across Europe, a press release of organizers said that the decision to postpone was reached “in close consultation with a wide range of collectors, gallerists, partners, and external experts, with the aim of protecting the health and safety of our community, as well as ensuring that the event will be attended by the biggest possible number of collectors, arts professionals, and curators from our global network.”

Art Basel is one of the major events in the cultural calendar, offering more than 250 galleries the opportunity to court collectors in an industry that is still heavily dependent on in-person sales. Organizers haven’t announced details about compensation or refunds for exhibiting galleries and ticket holders.

Global Director of Art Basel Marc Spiegler suggested that the new fair dates, currently set for September 17-20, might change once again, depending on how dynamic the Covid-19 situation is.

Presently, the Swiss government’s ban on public events only runs till April 19 while Art Basel was not set to begin until June 18. The number of confirmed cases in Switzerland, which borders northern Italy, keeps growing. The country has thus far reported about 10,000 infections – more than both the UK and South Korea – with 153 dead cases due to the virus.

Art Basel has joined a growing list of art fairs to be postponed or canceled because of the virus. These cancellations are likely to have a significant economic impact, with fairs responsible for more than $16 billion in transactions in 2019.

‘The Art of Hope’ to open on Jan. 21 at Mississippi State University

Mississippi State’s Department of Art is kicking off its spring exhibition schedule with “The Art of Hope,” on display Jan. 21-Feb. 28 at the university’s Cullis Wade Depot Art Gallery.

“When faced with discrimination, inequity or loss, hope can conjure action, motivate and inspire,” said Mississippi State University, Art Instructor and Galleries Director Lori Neuenfeldt. “Using adversity as a conductor for creation and art as a platform for communicating, this exhibition represents the diverse ways artists visualize and convey their vision of hope.”

For this nationally competitive exhibition, 120 submitted works were considered. Guest juror John Sabraw of Athens, Ohio, ultimately selected 37 pieces of 2D and 3D art for inclusion.

Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, except for campus-observed holidays.

Representing 20 different states, exhibitors are professional artists from around the country. They include Sylvia Bandyke, Brandin Barón, Cynthia Buob, Martin Brief, Kyong Burke, Mark Dineen, Sam Dorgan, Cyndy Epps, John Fansmith, Linda Fuller, Rachel Green, Susan Harmon, Willoughby Lucas Hastings, J. Fredric May, Dana Moody, Christy Nelson, Raul Ortiz, Alexis Ortiz, Jonathan Price, Edward Ramsay-Morin, Joy Redstone, Jason Stout, Addie Studebaker, Wanda Sullivan, T R O N J A G, Michael Voelkl, G. E. Vogt and Setsuko Yoshida.

On Friday, Jan. 31, Sabraw will give a 1 p.m. public talk in Giles Hall’s Robert and Freda Harrison Auditorium. Sabraw, an artist, activist, and environmentalist hailing from Lakenheath, England, produces drawings, paintings, and collaborative installations in an eco-conscious manner and continually works toward a fully sustainable practice. His work is featured in numerous collections, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Honolulu, Hawaii. For more, see www.johnsabraw.com.

A 5-6:30 p.m. public reception for “The Art of Hope” exhibition also will be held on the 31st in the Cullis Wade gallery. Complimentary refreshments will be available.

Children craft holidays for the homeless

The Giving Tree is back and children came to Oakville Grocery Store in downtown Healdsburg to get the ball rolling on the project, now in its third year.

The Giving Tree starts with paper ornaments that are crafted by the children. Members of the homeless community then write down what they would like on the ornaments before putting them up on the tree for residents to fulfill. The presents are then taken out to the homeless community by Reach for Home’s Rick Cafferata.

The tree project has been organized each year by local homeless advocate Gail Jonas and the kids were getting into the spirit Nov. 13 as they grabbed scissors and got to work.

Sophia Jonas said it was her second year helping create the ornaments. She said that this year, she came out with friends and family for the first time.

“I think it’s fun to make them and just spend time with people,” Sophia Jonas said.

After the ornaments have their gifts listed on them, she said she liked to see what was on people’s wish lists and helping spread the word to people who might be interested in donating.

For Julia Dolph, this was another way to help her community. Previously, she ran a dog walking service for her neighbors.

“I think this is a really good way to show our dedication to the community,” she said.

And there are sweet rewards for the help, too, as Josh Proctor pointed out. A slew of cookies was available to help keep the energy up.

Having kids help with The Giving Tree is a big part of the project, Cafferata said.

“I have them (gift recipients) to where they break down and cry. Cause somebody gave them something and especially something that they asked for. Not just something that somebody gives you out of the blue.” Cafferata said. “It’s wonderful to get the younger generation involved. They go home and teach their parents a thing or two.”

The kids’ work pays off, too.

“Last year I got a really cool pair of boots,” said Lucky, a member of the homeless community.

Lucky said that he appreciates the energy the kids bring to the project.

The first year the tree went up, it had 20 ornaments, Cafferata said. Last year, there were around 30. There was a concern from last year, however, when shortly after the gifts from the tree were given, there was a police sweep of camps, which possibly left people without their new gifts.

The Craft Beer Marketing Awards (CBMAs) Announces First Award Series

The Craft Beer Marketing Awards (CBMAs) was stablished in 2019 and has launched officially its awards program. The 2020 awards are set for April 20, live from The Craft Brewer’s Conference in San Antonio, TX.

Breweries, as well as their agencies, marketing partners, and designers, are invited to enter their top work. The 2020 CBMAS includes more than 30 categories which recognize all aspects of beer marketing, including best can, best use of social media, best merchandise design, coolest taproom and more.

“More than ever, breweries recognize the need to prioritize their marketing strategies,” says Prabh Hans, vice president of business development and strategy for Hillebrand, CBMAs presenting sponsor. “We’ve worked closely with brewers since 1984 and know that shelves and cities are flooded with an overwhelming amount of craft beer options. The CBMAs team recognized how much time and money these breweries are now investing into branding efforts and created a one-of-a-kind opportunity to celebrate them.”

The award series features categories that celebrate the very best of beer marketing and the teams, and individuals behind them, according to CBMA. All categories are judged by an influential and respected panel of beer, marketing, and design experts from across the country, including:

·        Ryan Murphy, owner of Craft Beer Review

·        Rob Sager, marketing director, Crossroads Brewing Co.

·        Peter LaFrance, beer author and journalist, beerbasics.com

·        Michelle Pagano, gluten-free advocate and writer, @Thebrewbabe

·        Mark Hegedus, president, Magic Hat Brewing

·        Lauri Spitz, co-founder, Moustache Brewing

The aforementioned will join with others to create a 65-person panel dedicated to the judging of the more than 30 different awards that will be presented during this inaugural series.

Entries are now being accepted on the CBMAS website. Early bird deadline is November 29 and the final entry period ends January 31, 2020. Breweries and their marketing teams can enter work from January 2018 through September 2019. The judging process will begin February 13, 2020 and is set to conclude on March 20, 2020.

According to CBMA, the association was developed to recognize and award the very best marketing in the brewing industry across the nation.

New Arts and Crafts Spots for Kids in New York City

It’s time to get messy, creative, and make some arts and crafts. Arts and crafts classes give kids the opportunity to develop some new skills and unleash their imagination. In this article, we introduce two new arts and crafts spots where kids can get creative in New York City.

The Craft Studio

174 Duane St.

Tribeca

Online: craftstudionyc.com

646-922-8823

Regulars and newcomers rejoice: The Craft Studio has a new spot in Tribeca. The studio was originally intended as a pop-up, it is now officially here to be a permanent addition to the Craft Studio family. The welcoming environment has made the studio a favorite in its original version, and it is really warming hearts in the new nabe.

The Tribeca spot is similar to the UES location such as Toddler Art and Little Hands, where the littlest artists can get down and dirty with some fun arts and crafts. Besides the usual classes, it also offers fun classes like The Coolest Art Craft Ever, introducing kids to edgy and fun new crafting techniques and materials, or Creative Movement and Art, combining jumping and active play with art-making.

Moreover, the Tribeca location is open for walk-ins almost every day and has a lot of options for tweens and teens who need a spot to hang out. It also offers private classes, birthday parties, and adult nights.

Midwood Arts & Crafts Studio

1701 Kings Highway

Midwood

Online: midwoodarts.com

718-737-9700

 This Arts & Crafts Studio in Midwood has been around for a few years, but a recent increase of offerings is the added reason to check it out. The spacious and bright second-floor studio gives kids over four-years-old a fun and educational experience. Led by kind English- and Russian-speaking teachers, classes range from individual instruction to groups and allow kids to use their hands for everything, from pencils and paints to professionally modeling clay. All of these things are very great for the development of fine motor skill.

Midwood Arts & Crafts Studio has its plans to expand to more events, including adult classes and paint-n-sips, and artsy birthday parties for kids.

All events and classes are drop-offs, so you can leave your kids in the capable hands of the teachers to explore any of Kings Highway’s other offerings.

How to Find Local Art and Craft Shows To Take Part in

 

Finding local craft shows is an effective way to make a living selling what you make. Regional shows help you save your travel costs and also are a great place for connecting with fellow makers. Selling at local craft shows can be a great way to build a loyal fan base for your products by putting you in front of customers that want to support the makers in your region. However, it is important to choose the right ones because each craft show has its own flavor as well as attracts a different type of buyer. So, you must spend your time learning about all shows in your area to decide to spend your time applying to and hauling your products the right ones.

Here are some ways to find the local art and craft shows that are suitable for you:

Etsy Teams

Many Etsy sellers don’t know that the best way to find local shows is on the site itself. The Teams section of Etsy has groups that are located throughout the U.S. with each team’s own forum being where members interact. Many local teams have an ongoing thread listing upcoming events of interest to crafters, such as SF Etsy. Try to find an active team with such a thread and access to upcoming events in your area.

Event Listing Websites

There are many event listing websites which keep track of craft shows throughout the U.S. You can get basic information on events from them and register for an account when you need to get more details. Here are a few event listing sites:

Community Facebook Pages

Many neighborhoods have their own Facebook pages for local makers to share information. On these pages, you can often find smaller organizations post when they are searching for vendors for upcoming events or you can let the community know that you are looking for art and craft shows and crowdsource a list of leads to check out.

Basic Principles for Organizing an Art and Craft Event (part 2)

 

  1. Create your plan

You should think about the schedule and the deadline when each item on your To-Do-List needs to get completed. Some factors to consider when creating your plan are:

  • Suitable space
  • Parking
  • The number of items
  • Number of artists
  • Event Day and Time (does it conflict with anything else?)
  • Marketing and Promotion
  • Signs and Directions
  • Decoration
  • Responsibilities and point of contact on the event day and crowd management
  1. Marketing and Promotions

This is critical, but a lot of fun. It is clear that the more people know about your event, the more will attend. Firstly, you have to create a flyer with all information about the event. This flyer can be printed, scanned, e-mailed, or posted on a webpage. You must make sure that all your marketing and promotions are consistent. Here are the most effective and maybe the least expensive ways to promote for your event:

  • Word of Mouth: Every communication is an opportunity for you and your staff to talk about your art and craft event as well as ask to pass on that same message.
  • E-Mail: This is the easiest step. Send e-mails to all of your contacts and then ask them to forward the information of your event to everyone they know.
  • Local Organizations: You can connect with local organizations, churches, and clubs, and have them share the event among their communities. Consider the win-win proposal and how they can benefit as well.
  • Social Media: It is simply word of mouth on the internet. For example, if you are using Facebook, you can create an event and invite all your friends to attend. If you are using Twitter, you can connect the event to your tweets.
  • Advertisement: Advertisement is the last option as this is the most expensive. You can print flyers or buy advertising space in magazines, etc.