FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New York City, NY—September 27, 2017 |Orangenius, an online social network platform for the creative community, has partnered with ImageRights International to develop a program to protect the intellectual property of visual artists.Orangenius is a New York-based technology startup that offers a revolutionary online business and collaborative community for artists and creatives to […]
New York City, NY—June 1, 2017 | Orangenius, a New York-based technology startup creating a revolutionary online business and employment-oriented social network for the creative community, has launched to the public. The subscription-based destination site and work platform offers unique portfolio functionalities and collaborative opportunities for artists and arts-based organizations in the creative economy. Orangenius was […]
Orangenius is our first member organization specifically focused on art and artists. Founder and CEO, Grace Cho, tells us more about her company and explains why and how they're integrating ORCID in the Orangenius platform.
Orangenius has taken components commonly found across the internet and consolidated them into a single platform for the visual art community. A platform created for artists, by artists, Orangenius was designed to put control back into artists’ hands.
Orangenius has partnered with [email protected] to produce the Business of Art radio series, an in-depth look at some of the business-centric issues facing artists and the art market. The first installment, a conversation between Jenifer Simon, director of programs and outreach at CERF+, an organization safeguarding artists’ livelihoods nationwide; and Gazem Saka, an artist and senior lecturer in economics at the University of Pennsylvania at the Wharton School, focuses on the importance of creating an artist business plan, which includes contingencies for issues like insurance or emergency relief.
The world of art is fragmented and unstructured. Grace Cho, a marketing executive who has worked for GE Capital and Nielsen, saw an enormous business opportunity in this market — as did Denis Nayden, former chairman of GE Capital now with private equity firm Oak Hill Capital Partners. They realized that by providing artists access to online tools and processes, they could make the “creative economy” efficient, transparent and user-friendly. . . .