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Art Fairs

Art Fair Artists Success Show


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Art fairs are our business. If they are your business, too, tune in for all the news and insider tips about the nation's top juried art fairs and craft shows. The Art Fair Success Show is hosted by Connie Mettler, publisher of and

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With each passing day of the pandemic more attention is paid to avoiding risk in our personal lives and also at the events we plan where you can expect thousands of people in attendance. This session is directed at show directors to... more

Hopefully by this time we have all settled into the Covid-19 lifestyle that has so disrupted our lives and you've adapted to the new normal life of an art who used to participate in art fairs. It may be time to assess the business part of... more

Listen as we draw the names for the prizes in the "Just $2" fundraising. In place of our annual Pledge Drive this year we are figuratively "passing the collection plate", asking for support for our art fair websites,,... more

Part V: Marketing Art Through Social Media/Pinterest The Pinterest social media platform with over 335 million users could just be the missing piece of your social media marketing plan. Using its tools it will help you can hone your sales... more

Part IV - Marketing Art Through Social Media: Instagram Instagram is a photo and video-sharing networking service owned by Facebook. The app allows users to upload media and the posts can be shared publicly or with pre-approved... more

Part III: Using Facebook to Sell Art Facebook is an online social media and social networking service with with more than 2 billion users worldwide. Wow! Bigger than any art fair I've ever attended, but what can it do for you as a... more

Part II: Using social Media to Sell Art/Etsy Etsy is an e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items and craft supplies founded in 2005. It is a global online marketplace, where people come together to make, sell, buy, and collect... more

Can a website bring you sales of your fine art or craft? Six artists join in a roundtable talk about their experiences. Their work ranges from small items (hand made soaps and associated products to $5000+ oil paintings.) Your work... more

Part IV of a series -- building that website and making it work for you. Scott Fox, a financial and self-help author, specializing in entrepreneurship and startup company advice joins us to answer questions about SEO (search engine... more

A solidly functional website can change your life. It is the art fair that never closes. It can reconnect you with a former collector of your work and expose it to a worldwide audience. It opens the door very wide to new opportunities and has... more
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