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Final Post: Misconceptions, Questions Answered, Difficult Situations, Best Moments, Final Thoughts - Melanie's viewpoint

Stacey Lee Webber and Joe Leroux in their booth at the 2016 ACC St. Paul show. Great display job that Joe is largely responsible for. They…

Started by Brigitte Martin

10 Jul 1, 2016
Reply by Roxy Lentz

(9) Artist Selection, Jurying Process, Criticism

Melanie Little, ACC Show Director, checks in with a craft show artist in St. Paul, 2016. Photo: B. Martin for crafthaus. Continued from Ba…

Started by Brigitte Martin

11 Jun 29, 2016
Reply by anne havel

(10) Show Layout, Booth Assignment, Handmade-policy, Booth Set-up and Take-down

Melanie Little talking to Minneapolis-based jewelry artist George Sawyer in his booth. ACC St. Paul 2016. Photo: B.Martin for crafthaus The…

Started by Brigitte Martin

0 May 4, 2016

(3) Background and start-up cost - Laura's viewpoint

Crafthaus: For how long have you being making jewelry? Laura Jaklitsch: I started making jewelry in 2005 at the Massachusetts College of A…

Started by Brigitte Martin

12 Apr 26, 2016
Reply by Rameen Ahmed

(6) Sales, Suggestions and Final Thoughts - Laura’s viewpoint

Caitie Sellers in her booth at the ACC Baltimore 2016. Photo B. Martin for crafthaus. Continued from previous post (5) Preparations and Da…

Started by Brigitte Martin

2 Apr 25, 2016
Reply by Jessica Todd

(8) Baltimore attendance, Let’s Make, and Style Slam

Danny Saathoff demonstrating one of his kinetic sculptures at the American Craft Council's St. Paul show in 2016. Danny went on to receiv…

Started by Brigitte Martin

0 Apr 21, 2016

(7) About Melanie Little (Show Director,) ACC shows, and Hip Pop booths - Melanie's viewpoint

Melanie Little on the show floor problem solving with her team. 2016 ACC Show St. Paul. Photo B. Martin for crafthaus. The last segment of…

Started by Brigitte Martin

5 Apr 21, 2016
Reply by Brigitte Martin

(2) The Thing About Booth Display - Brigitte's viewpoint

Make Room. Modern Design Meets Craft. WEST. Designer: Jennifer Walter. Photo: B. Martin Continued from previous post “A Map Is Worth A Thou…

Started by Brigitte Martin

24 Apr 16, 2016
Reply by 2Roses

(5) Preparations and Day of Set-Up - Laura’s viewpoint

Laura Jaklitsch being interviewed in her studio during preparations to ACC Baltimore show. January 2016. Photo B. Martin, crafthaus Conti…

Started by Brigitte Martin

0 Mar 29, 2016

(1) A Map Is Worth A Thousand Words - Brigitte's viewpoint

In my head, I had it all organized. For weeks, I had thought about and planned my first visit to the ACC show in Baltimore. I had spoken w…

Started by Brigitte Martin

6 Mar 2, 2016
Reply by Brigitte Martin

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