Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
Just wondering if anyone out there has the $70 rear door option that they are looking to get rid of?
I was reading along at the Etsy forums as I do and saw someone request a definition of handmade. Almost everyone responded with the Etsy market definition of handmade, which as we know makes no distinctions between handmade, handcrafted, assembled or embellished.
The topic has always come up, but in the past there used to be a variety of voices piping in with definitions that included "alteration of a material's basic form" and so on. Today there were no alternative…
I applied to an art fair in St. Charles IL for the first time. It had a deadline of Jan 15 and notification of Feb 1. I was wait listed. Now I see it is back up on ZAPP, with a new deadline of March 15?! What’s going on?
I have seen plenty of shows push back the deadline, but this? A new deadline a month and a half after notification? Since I never applied to this one before, I have no idea if this is what they normally do. I’ve heard of rolling juries, but there was nothing…
More than $8,000 value selling for $4,800 if purchased together . I am willing to break up the display but you pay for shipping. Individually, it will cost more than if you buy the whole lot and sell whatever you don't want. I live in New Mexico.
*TRAILER with NEW tires, hitch, and wired brake lighting. It has welded racks with a shelf for maximizing storage. It needs paint on the outside, but is cherry on the inside.
Let's give these people a round of applause. They keep the discussion flowing on the site, keep you coming back for more, teach you a lot, give you some good laughs, etc. It's a COMMUNITY! Woo hoo!
Which one did you like the best?