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Reid Watts asks the question: Have your prices increased with the rise in the Consumer Price Index? (18% in the last ten years) A couple of artists have already responded, how about you?
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Call for artists: Residency program in Budapest, Hungary in 2018
We are pleased to announce Open Call for Artists: Hungarian Multicultural Center residency program in Budapest, Hungary.
Subject: “Environmental Project”& ‘BookArt”
Deadline: December 20, 2017
Session 1: Tuesday, May 15 - Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Session 2: Tuesday, June 12 - Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Session 3: Tuesday, July 10 - Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Session 4: Tuesday, August 7 -…
Just a review of my feelings and comments.
This had been a year with so many up and down. The consisting topic for sales this year is there is no reason why things goes well or bad. The consisting act it was playing catch up with the bills. I personally believe, that this is the first year where I feel I pick up good shows with potential and no regret of the outcome from any of my choices. This is the first year that make certain that I was over prepare for each show. There was no…Continue
The 2018 Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival will become a three-day event, opening on Friday, from 10am-5pm, and thereby provide access to an entirely NEW buying audience: the approximately 10,000-person workforce in the Town Center!
It is an audience we have not truly reached in the past (we used to open on Friday night, but by then the workforce had already left). Making the very significant logistical investment in a Friday opening provides A NEW, BUILT-IN, AFFLUENT BUYING…Continue
In the midst of all of these “for sale” blog postings, I thought I should get a discussion going on a topic of interest to us all. So here goes:
Despite historically low inflation, the Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) has increased by 18% in the last ten years (from 207.3 to 244.3). Have you increased your prices by 18% as well? If not, why not?