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Multifamily Round-Up: New Inst...

The pandemic has impacted every facet of our lives. While much is unknown about the long-term effects on the built environment, we do know multifamily real estate will look different when this is all said and done.  Although it’s impossible to predict how dramatic (or lasting) those changes will be, our experience as art consultants […]

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30 Mar 2020

Thank You, Creative Community!

BY Martha Weidmann

If there’s one thing COVID-19 has taught us about the creative community – from independent artists to nonprofit art organizations – it’s that we’re resilient. Although the full impact of this pandemic on the arts and culture sector is still unknown, we know it will be substantial. As of today, Americans for the Arts estimates […]

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26 Feb 2020


BY Jerry Touslee

Attending conferences and expositions on behalf of NINE dot ARTS has provided multiple opportunities to connect with the clients and artists that support and grow our business. While our focus at these events is always geared toward forming new relationships, strengthening existing ones, and absorbing as much content as possible, we’re often underwhelmed by the […]

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24 Jan 2020

How to Connect Your Art with Y...


There is a big difference between simply hanging art on a wall and creating an engaging art experience. If you’ve worked with NINE dot ARTS before or are familiar with our collaborative art consulting and curating process, you know that thinking holistically is central to our approach. We’re not just identifying artists and procuring artwork, […]

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10 Dec 2019

Taking a Closer Look at the Im...

BY Jerry Touslee

We spend a lot of time talking with our clients about the importance of vision when crafting an art program. A strong vision gives art purpose and meaning. It guides our art consultants and curators in creating memorable experiences that say something about who you are and what matters to you and your customers, guests, […]

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12 Nov 2019

Good Art is Good Business

BY Jerry Touslee

Examining the State of the Art Consulting & Curating Business Over the course of the nine-plus years we have worked with clients to create meaningful art experiences, the tone and conversation that surrounds art has shifted. Not that long ago, businesses were applauded for simply including art in their project. Today, many of our clients […]

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by Chris Roth


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Martha Weidmann

Martha Weidmann

CEO & Co-Founder

When you’re born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, genteel grace and charm are just a natural byproduct of your upbringing. But Martha’s deep understanding of the art business and tenacious drive for business success are something all her own. As our CEO and Co-Founder of NINE dot ARTS, Martha oversees business planning, company finances, marketing and sales, team development, and is basically our head cheerleader and evangelist to the world. Martha left Alabama at 18 to expand her horizons and graduated from Colorado State University with a dual major – Communications and Fine Arts – to launch her journey. With her two diplomas in hand, she started her career with Walker Fine Art gallery in Denver, then moved on to the most prestigious art consulting firm (at the time) in the region, McGrath and Braun, from which NINE dot ARTS was born. Martha loves the business of art and finds tremendous satisfaction in helping new and emerging artists discover that you can actually get paid for your talent. She also loves using both sides of her brain on a daily basis, which can mean touring an amazing new NINE dot ARTS art experience in the morning and reviewing equally inspiring spreadsheets in the afternoon. When she’s not bouncing from meeting to meeting around our office, talking to movers and shakers in the art world, or giving high fives (with a handmade artistic hand, naturally) to team members, you might find her shopping at estate sales, urban hiking, listening to podcasts and audiobooks, or making cool stuff with her three art loving children.

Martha supports the art community by: currently serving on the Board of the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts and serving as Executive Director for Union Hall. Past experiences include lecturer for the Americans for the Arts conference in San Francisco on Art & Placemaking, serving on the Planning Committee for Stuart Semple’s Happy City, speaking on the CBCA Arts and Real Estate Panel, lecturer for the artist education series, Moxie U, and lecturer on Artist professional development for the Pueblo Economic Development Council.

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