by Carolyn Edlund
Want to launch or grow your creative small business? Learn how by attending our professional development programs for artists. Register now for these exciting workshop events!
These workshops are presented by The Arts Business Institute, a 16-year old nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting artists and providing practical business education for creative entrepreneurs. At ABI, we’ve worked with thousands of artists over the years, many of whom are making a living doing what they love – making and selling their work.
ABI also supports artists through mentoring, online learning and even an “Access to Market” program that assists guilds, art organizations and artists in entering the marketplace.
New York State Workshops: Olean, NY & Jamestown, NY, April 18-19, 2015
These two one-day workshops will present talks on the following topics:
- Selling Your Artwork into Different Markets
- Creative Marketing for Artists
- Pricing for Profit
- Build an Effective Art Website
Tuition for these events is $65.00. Personalized business consultations are also available, but very limited in number. Please book early.
Interested in the Olean, NY workshop?
Interested in the Jamestown, NY workshop?
San Francisco Workshop – May 30-31, 2015
We’re thrilled to be presenting our first two-day art business event in the Bay Area, co-sponsored by The Glass Alliance of Northern California (GLANC) and the Association of Clay and Glass Artists (ACGA). “Accelerate Your Art Career” takes place at the Bullseye Resource Center in Emeryville, CA. Presentations at this workshop include:
- Wholesale 101
- Creative Marketing
- Who is Your Customer?
- Sales Strategies for Artists
- Pricing for Profit
- Making Work That Sells
- Building Gallery Relationships
- Booth Design & Merchandising
These interactive presentations include Q&A with every topic. Personalized business consultations are available at this event. Regular tuition for this workshop is $250.00 Early bird registration until March 31, 2015 is $225.00. ACGA and GLANC members receive an additional discount.
Interested in the San Francisco area workshop?