Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
You can do a global search of Craigslist via using Google search with variables. If that is not your forte you can make it easier by using "Adhuntr.com"
Here is a simple search I put in for you:
Craig's List has a universal search engine:
But the problem is that you need to look locally for things too large to ship.
If you're looking for used, Art Fair Insiders is a good place to start, as is the artist garage forum on Facebook where artists sell their used and not needed anymore display equipment and materials. The problem with Pro Panels is they sell right away when listed. It's best for you to post what you're looking for and where you're located and prepare to settle for what's available or buy new. Buying new is a good investment because they will hold their value.
Not to be disagreeable, as I have found you to be a very helpful person. You may not be aware that searchcraigslist.org is not part of craigslist.org it is instead owned by -
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Craigslist is owned in California business model is to deter global searches. It wants people to search locally. They do not support or offer a universal search engine, as far as I know.
Therefore other search tools are used when doing searches other than local, within CL. Such as the one you mentioned or what I had mentioned. Many different ways but all are third party, none direct through Craigslist.
Craigslist is owned by -
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The other Larry :-)
If you're handy (or know someone who is) you could build your own for a lot less $$. It's what I'm doing this year. I have them built and hope to test them out this weekend. I don't need them to hold weight, just be a background. I'm hanging my art from the horizontal tent poles using gallery-grade hangers and wire.
Yes, and we have an advertiser who sells plans to make them yourself, Ernie Kleven, an artist. You can find his info up at the "Suppliers" tab at the top of this page. Worth a little money so you don't have to figure it out.