to Sell at Art Fairs
you made the decision to sell your artwork at shows or art fairs?
Identify your best venues, avoid some pitfalls, and earn some
money from all your hard work. You'll be guided through the processes
of finding the right show, applying, jurying, setting up your
space, creating displays, and being a successful vendor.
workshop is open to ANYONE who is interested in selling at Art
to Sell at Bead Shows
you made the decision to sell your beads at shows? Identify your
best venues, avoid some pitfalls, and earn some money from all
your hard work. You'll be guided through the processes of finding
the right show, applying, jurying, setting up your space, creating
displays, and being a successful vendor.
Using Instagram for Sales
is visual and experientialóa perfect showcase for artwork without
the verbiage of a website like Facebook. But how can we as glassworkers
take this platform and turn it into sales? The presenter will
examine and explain the pros and cons of an app that is based
toward the smart phone industry, how to reach customers and keep
their interest, how to caption your work so you donít lose interest
and gain hits, and how to follow through to an actual and immediate
cash sale. And yes, there will be a discussion on hashtags, too!
to Color Theory for the Beader
is mainly geared toward the seed beader, but has useful information
for any beader or beadmaker. A heavy dose of how to design and
recognize a "good" palette with a sprinkling of information
on bead sizes, shapes and finishes.
Successfully on Social Media
world of commerce has found its way onto Facebook and other social
media sites. Artists and collectors have started forming groups
to buy and sell onsocial media networks. In this class you'll
learn how to find these groups and boards, conduct a sale, and
complete a transaction. This workshop is open to jewelry makers
and lampwork artists only. You must have a current and active
Facebook account or Pinterest account