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ArtBriefly.com: Our Curated Art News Site has Launched.

Art Briefly Orangenius

Orangenius is pleased to announce the launch of Art Briefly (artbriefly.com), a new website featuring curated news focusing on the business of art. Readers of the Art Law Journal have often remarked on the lack of timely, accurate news and information on the business and legal side of the art industry, so we set out to fill that demand, creating a site that identifies important art business and law news from around the web and aggregates the content into one site. At Art Briefly, you won’t find tutorials, software or hardware reviews, critiques or other creative-centric content. Instead, the site will feature content that can help members of the art community to better understand and grow their business.

Using special software, Art Briefly scours the web, identifying articles and news items that may be of interest to our readers. Content that meets our criteria is forwarded to our editors who read each article, and select the best for posting. Art Briefly is not intended to be a substitute for the underlying source, and we offer only the first paragraph or two of an article along with a link back to the original source.  Ever supportive of creators of all types, our goal is to serve the market with aggregated content of interest to our readers, while also ensuring the original creators are fairly credited and compensated, as appropriate, from their efforts.

Art BrieflyThis is only the beginning for Art Briefly. Orangenius plans to make Art Briefly the “go to” place for news about the legal and business environment of the art community.  Our goal is to make this site not only a place to quickly find stories of interest, but also a forum for discussing innovative art business ideas, a place to find answers to legal questions, a destination where writers and bloggers can be the first to find trending stories, and eventually, a site where our members can control the content.

Until then, click to enjoy Art Briefly 1.0

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 Orangenius, Inc. a new startup developing cloud-based tools that will help members of the art community manage and grow their businesses. As an online home the visual artists, Orangenius sits at the the nexus between those that create artistic and commercial artwork, the companies that want to hire them, and the collectors and art enthusiasts looking to discover and purchase their work. To learn more about Orangenius, visit their website at orangenius.com.

About the author

Steve Schlackman

As a photographer and Patent Attorney with a background in marketing, Steve has a unique perspective on art and law. Should you have any questions on Intellectual Property contact him at [email protected] His photography can be seen online at Fotofilosophy.com or on display at the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in New York City.

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  • I always enjoy receiving my Art Law Journal, finding it very informative. I don’t know who to advise so I am writing here. I went into Art Briefly and LOVE the issue/site. I tried leaving a comment but it kept saying the captcha was incorrect. I tried approximately 10 times. I think there is something wrong with it.

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