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Prepare for Success


with Harriete Estel Berman

April 28-29, 2012 from 9 am - 5 pm $399

Everyone knows talented people who cannot get their business going. Don’t be one of them! Professional practices are key to success. Here is the chance to raise your business skills to the level of your work so that both succeed. Become a better artist and businessperson at the same time!

Learning the fundamentals of art/craft business can be rewarding. Learn how to use the power of social networking, blogs, and your web site to develop visibility and get your work noticed. Be sure you are maintaining proper records for the IRS. Manage your inventory. Update your résumé. Evaluate and upgrade your photos. Prepare for the class with specific questions. Bring your lunch and spend the hour discussing your work and marketing.



NEW! Webinar Option for this Class Only $79!

Register Now!

The Revere Academy will offer its first webinar class, in conjunction with the 2012 Masters Symposium class, “Prepare for Success.”  This class is designed to give artists the skills they need to succeed in running their own businesses.

This is a special opportunity for jewelers and artists all over the country to study with Harriete Estel Berman, a professional artist and creator of the Professional Guidelines. The class is open to artists in all media and students at all levels can participate in this class without the costs of travel and lodging that would normally be incurred to attend a class in person at the Revere Academy, in downtown San Francisco.

Webinar participants will be able to view the instructor and Powerpoint presentations in real time via their computer, as will as submit their own questions and images for review by the instructor, much like the students who attend the class in person. Because this is the first time Revere has offered a webinar class, there is a special, one-time introductory price for the class of just $79! For more details, visit www.revereacademy.com/classes/symposium/prepare-for-success/. Webinar participants are required to have a computer with a high-speed internet connection. To register for the webinar, call 415-391-4179.

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