Artists for Respect

There has been much written of late on this subject. Here is a fantastic article by Rice Freeman-Zachery.

Julie Prichard asked myself and several others to share my thoughts on her new, very simple website.

It’s easy to be part of the solution.

Grab the button.

<a href=”http://julieprichard.squarespace.com/artists-for-respect/” mce_href=”http://julieprichard.squarespace.com/artists-for-respect/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://julieprichard.squarespace.com/storage/afr/AFR%20BUTTON.jpg” mce_src=”http://julieprichard.squarespace.com/storage/afr/AFR%20BUTTON.jpg”></a>

copy and paste the code

Put it on your blog.

Join us, start a revolution of respect! Read what we’ve written, learn to respect your craft, yourself, and others.

3 responses

  1. Thanks for sharing the link, Pam – I’ve uploaded the button to my blog, which for me was an amazing technological feat – but I so agree with the site!

  2. Thank you for sharing. I just saw this on someone else’s blog too! I don’t have a blog and yet I would send people here and to the article your referenced in a heartbeat. It’s so important to repect your teachers, it’s something in this society that is missing all around for all different types of teachers not just artists.

  3. I would love to include this on my site. Napster was our first opportunity to teach our children about not stealing artists’ work. Can you please explain how to “grab” the logo and information, I am not sure how to do this. Thanks Pam for an awesome site.

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