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February 24, 2014 / ivytechartspartner

Workshop – Makers Gotta Make – How to Sell What you Make

When: Thursday, March 27th at 7:00

Where: Ivy Tech Waldron, Room 201

In this workshop we will briefly discuss a wide variety of ways in which artists and makers can sell their work to the public and to the trade. We will cover the basics of setting up and tweaking your online marketplace on Etsy. From there we’ll discuss the utilization of self promotion and social media in your business. Along with that we will briefly cover the do’s and don’ts of arts and craft shows and touch upon the importance of trade shows and your arts business.  A large part of the workshop will be a question and answer at the end.

Reserve your seat by contacting Meghan Turner at (812)-330-6261

Artist Bio: Talia Halliday is a local to Bloomington book artist who’s been making and working in the field for just under 6 years. In her time as a maker she has opened her Etsy store, designed her own website, participated in over 50 art and fine craft fairs and 4 trade shows, and has her work in stores in over 20 states in the US. Aside from her book arts business, Conduit Press, Talia is co-organizer of the Bloomington Handmade Market, founder of the Bloomington Creatives Collective, and owner and storekeep of Gathering :handmade pop-up shop:. She’s also a busy mama, wife, daughter, and sister who enjoys making, laughing, and enjoying the company of other creative souls.

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