Art

Weekend Scene: Art Business Bootcamp

February 24 / 18

Afternoon everyone! It’s been awhile since I’ve checked out Arts Business Institute. They now have an Art Business Bootcamp coming in April.


Credit source: Arts Business Institute

 

 

This two-day intensive professional development program presents practical strategies and information on specific markets, with a focus on ways that artists and makers can build sustainable small businesses. Many of the most common challenges artists face will be discussed at length, in an interactive format that invites Q&A within every presentation.

The boot camp schedule will include the following topics:

  • The New Marketplace

  • Creative Marketing for Artists

  • Building Gallery Relationships

  • Selling Art Online

  • Pricing for Profit

  • Booth Design

  • Creating an Effective Art Website

  • The Corporate Art Market

Personalized consultation appointments are also available at this event for an additional $30 charge. Artists who plan to attend should book their consultation at the time of registration to avoid disappointment.

The boot camp will be held at Naples Art Association, 585 Park Street, Naples, Florida on Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21, lasting from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day.

Speakers at this event will be:

Wendy Rosen, founder of Best in American Made, The Arts Business Institute, and the American Made Alliance, and publisher of NICHE Magazine for retailers. Rosen has been mentoring and working with artists for over four decades, with a deep knowledge of the business structure and market options for artists.

 

 

 

Carolyn Edlund, founder of Artsy Shark, Executive Director of The Arts Business Institute, and art business consultant. As a former owner of a production studio and an outside rep for art publishing companies, she specializes in marketing and sales topics.

Tuition for this two-day workshop is $225 for Naples Art Association members and $250 for non-members.

To know even more about the workshop, click here.

 

 

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