Author Julie Austin Releases Newest Book

(Los Angeles, CA) For the most part; an artist uses his or her own imagination, talent and/or skill in the creation process.  The end of the creation process, is the end of a creative journey where a work of creativity will be judged; for its aesthetic value.  Additionally, the breadth of the overall aforementioned journey, inherently, makes one a true artist.  From this point, some could argue perspective.  An example of perspective is that an artist, has to be a starving artist, in order, to be considered a true artist.  A rejection of business patronage, is also, paramount.  Recently, Julie Austin announced that, she has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, From the King’s Court to Kickstarter:  Patronage in the Modern Era.  Through, From the King’s Court to Kickstarter:  Patronage in the Modern Era, Julie Austin argues her personal perspective of the artist.  Specifically, Ms./Mrs. Austin attempts to dispel the argument that, an artist has to be a starving artist.  In fact; she attempts to provide a roadmap, which converts an ordinary artist, into, an entrepreneurial artist.

          The conversion into an entrepreneurial artist, as an argument of perspective, is aided by a discussion of history.  The previously said, is according to Julie Austin.  Through the historical discussion, Ms./Mrs. Austin attempts to showcase, how an entrepreneurial artist has a relationship to a patron.  Successfully obtaining patronage meant that the artist, avoided being a starving artist.  Additionally and through patronage, an artist is able, or was able, to be passionate about his or her own art.  Through the passion, a living wage is made, or, was made.  For example, Julie Austin argues the Renaissance.  During the Renaissance the powerful banking family, Medici, infused capital into art.  The infused capital, was intended to, create art.  As a result, art became accessible to more wealthy people.  Through this process, the artist was able to make a living wage.   

          In From the King’s Court to Kickstarter:  Patronage in the Modern Era, Ms./Mrs. Austin continues arguing the following.  She argues that modern history or times, are not that different than, the Renaissance example.  For example; corporations, large businesses, small businesses, public works projects or contemporary art patrons still continue to play the same role in society.  Additionally, their interaction in society gives shape to an art culture.  Through this art culture, there is a symbiotic relationship that is developed or occurs.  As a result, a modern artist is in control of his or her own, financial destiny.  Julie Austin insists that, in contemporary times, there is enough patronage to go around.

          Julie Austin’s background, initially, is that of an actress’.  From this point, she stayed in television and film, as an executive.  She also worked as a director for television sponsorship.  Currently, she is a motivational speaker.  She is also a motivational speaker through her business, Creative Innovation Group.  Her title is Chief Executive Officer of the Creative Innovation Group.  As a side project, Julie Austin is the Founder of the paid websites; Indie Sponsor and Speaker Sponsor.

          To end, Julie Austin did release a press statement.  Through a press statement, Ms./Mrs. Austin said the following.  “We’re entering a new Renaissance.  A digital Renaissance that, not only makes art accessible to everyone, but patronage as well.  There’s never been a better time in history to be an artist.  With crowd-funding, corporate sponsorship, grants, venture capital, and angel investors, there’s no reason for an artist not to make a living.”  As previously stated, the aforementioned author recently announced that, she has released a non-fiction book.  The non-fiction book is entitled, From the King’s Court to Kickstarter:  Patronage in the Modern Era.  Through, From the King’s Court to Kickstarter:  Patronage in the Modern Era, Julie Austin argues her personal perspective of the artist.  Specifically, Ms./Mrs. Austin attempts to dispel the argument that, an artist has to be a starving artist.  Lastly and as a matter of fact; she attempts to provide a roadmap that, converts an ordinary artist, into, an entrepreneurial artist.

 

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03/16/2019

 

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