Thank you for sharing your experienced perspective!
It might be a vehicle size issue or the rules have changed? This year there were cars and large vans driving right up the the booths during set up during retail.
Yes this seems to be…"
Thank you so much for sharing some alternatives to larger shows, and the kind words about my work! It's so interesting to learn the different paths people have taken as working artists - there really is no right way to do it.…"
"Thank you Heba, I'm so glad you found this helpful! I believe most of that (inventory, packaging) will be covered in future posts and if they are not I can come back to this and answer the rest of the questions. Off the top of my…"
"Thank you Leisa, and thank you so much for the kind words about my work! I wanted to be honest and so new artists can crunch the numbers and know exactly what they are getting into, so they can plan accordingly. It really is a marathon…"
"Hello Everyone! Now that I am back from the show and recovered I can respond to the questions in this thread.
As far as booth critiques I have to agree with Emily Watson that there is really not a good time that would not be disruptive…"
Brigitte Martin (crafthaus editor) will spend time at the 2016 ACC Show in Baltimore. She will report back from three distinct viewpoints.Sign up for this group to join the trip, ask questions, be a part of it!See More
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"I think that all her work is very beautiful and interesting....I wonder if she is very frustrated when poor handling breaks a link. Or how she deals with the frustration that the work is beyond my people's expectations for jewelry.…"
At first I thought this must be 3D printed, but it is not. It's fabricated, link by link.So in love with this cross-over application. Ceramics x Fiber and also x Jewelry. Visual artist Cecil Kemperink creates ceramic sculptures. …See More