I had the pleasure of attending the Focus on Book Arts conference last month and one of the highlights was Laura Russell's keynote, Marketing 101 for Book Artists. She is not only the owner of 23 Sandy Gallery, which has book arts as the focus of gallery exhibitions, but is
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I have been remiss in talking about something awesome that happened this past summer - I was awarded my second grant from the Vermont Arts Council! I consider myself very fortunate. The grant came from a special funding pool available only to students of the VAC's Breaking into Business workshop program.
Yesterday, for the third year in a row, I presented at the Vermont Crafts Council's Spring Marketing Conference. This year I presented on two different topics -Social Media for Artists and Etsy for Beginners. I.am.so.tired. I think actually out-talked my mouth. I didn't know that was possible. Seriously though,
Today, for the second year in a row, I presented at the Vermont Crafts Council's Spring Marketing Conference. First things first - I am now laughing at myself. I looked at the post I wrote last year about the conference and here's a direct quote: I learned something new about myself today
I learned something new about myself today - I can talk for an hour and a half without stopping. And it was something I hadn't spoken about in public before. And I was up at 1 a.m. last night preparing for the discussion. And I did it without severe coffee
This Wednesday, I'll be presenting at a seminar at the Vermont Crafts Council's Spring Marketing Conference. My seminar is entitled Time to Make Nice with Your Computer. I came up with the theme based on the reactions I witnessed at last fall's marketing conference.A number of people showed up for