Tools every artist needs to find his or her natural audience

Did you imagine that you would be “discovered” but it hasn’t happened? Intentional Practice & The Art of Finding Natural Audience shows artists how to attract an audience as a writer, filmmaker, visual or performing artist without selling out.
By: Caroline Ratner Communications
 
July 31, 2012 - PRLog -- As an artist, did you imagine, somehow, with very little effort, that you would be “discovered” and yet it hasn’t happened? Do you fear it never will? Do you constantly ask yourself why you can’t find a proper audience for your work? Are you just starting out and eager for readers, viewers and patrons who will delight in what you have created? Do you have no idea how to begin? Or do you fear that if you try to market yourself that you will inevitably sell out? Intentional Practice & The Art of Finding Natural Audience by creative development advisor Marc Zegans , offers a groundbreaking set of tools that will show you as an artist how to attract your natural audience as a writer, filmmaker, visual or performing artist without ever selling out.

Intentional Practice shows you how to remain true to your calling, communicate honestly about your work and in the process find your right audience. Built on the five essential questions every artist who wants a passionate audience must answer, The Art of Finding Natural Audience (available to download on Kindle) explains step by step how to overcome personal diffidence and to communicate meaningfully with the people who must engage your work.

Marc Zegans has helped many gifted artists joyfully get past their fears and successfully connect with the people for whom their work has the greatest meaning.  His book is a godsend for artists who feel uncomfortable about promoting their work as if it were no different than a can of soup. Notes, multi-media artists Miranda Loud “Zegans book has helped me enormously and continues to be a touchstone as I navigate the inner and outer complexities of the artistic life”.

Until recently, Marc worked exclusively with his private clientele. He is now sharing his methods with the world so that all people following creative callings can have access to the same methods that till now have been uniquely available to his private clients.  

Observes psychotherapist Archie Roberts: Zegans' work is lucid with insights into the developmental arc of creatives, but more significantly,-it's written from a place of deep integrity, understanding and wisdom. To follow Zegans' lead is to learn from someone who has helped many, many people towards a profound engagement with their work and purpose.

As Zegans explains, Finding Natural Audience offers you as an artist, writer, musician, director or producer a joyous and practical way to discover the audience to whom your work truly speaks.  By applying the tools I’ve developed here you’ll have a chance to find your best possible audience, the one for whom your work holds true meaning, your natural audience.


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Intentional Practice & The Art of Finding Natural Audience available on Kindle
http://www.amazon.com/Intentional-Practice-Finding-Audien...


http://www.mycreativedevelopment.com

For further information or interview requests please contact: Caroline Ratner caroline@carolinecomms.com

To contact Marc Zegans directly please call (617) 547 9547 or marc@mycreativedevelopment.com

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About Marc Zegans

Marc Zegans provides creative development advice to artists, musicians, actors, directors and other creatively minded individuals. He also works with record labels, film and animation companies, theater and opera companies, and creatively driven professionals on issues relating to strategy, structure, practice development, and going to scale with creative integrity.

http://www.mycreativedevelopment.com
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