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Hidden Hazards in the Arts Free Workshops

by Joe McDonald on January 3, 2013

Are you an artist with your own workshop or work in a shared work space? King County offers free workshops on the Hidden Hazards in the Arts. Four workshops are coming soon and these are all free to the public! 

king_county_logoThese entertaining and insightful workshops are designed for artists and art educators to help them protect themselves and their environment from toxic, corrosive and flammable chemicals, while still producing vibrant art.

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All Art Licensing offers FREE live event: LICENSE YOUR ART-OPEN DOORS AND CLOSE DEALS on Wed, February 24th

This comprehensive presentation with live audio and downloadable presentation helps artists understand the art licensing business and identifies the points of entry.

Ever wondered how creators get their art on all those beautiful products in small boutiques and huge retail stores? Artists, Painters, Illustrators, Cartoonists, Animators & Graphic Designers — this is a fast-paced introduction to art licensing that will show you how to begin to expand your creative and income potential.

If you want to increase your income and learn more about art licensing, then this FREE live event with downloadable presentation is a great starting point.

Topics include: What exactly is licensing and how does it work – Types of licensing – What you MUST know about the retail marketplace BEFORE you start – Protecting your rights – Royalty rates – Artist requirements – Agent services – and much more!

This class will run just under 1-1/2 hours with a live Q&A at the end.

Register online below. Submit your questions for the live Q&A during the checkout process in the designated box at the bottom of the checkout page. J’net will answer as many questions as possible during this class.

Upon registration for this event, you will be sent an e-mail confirmation of your reservation. The day before the event, February 23rd, you will receive an email with the call-in number, access code and presentation handout.

Register at: www.allartlicensing.com/schedule.cfm

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Here’s an email from Linda, who runs guided art classes & tours in Hawaii. The deadline is November 1st, which is next Monday, so you gotta get a jump on things!

Aloha All,

I am at Kealakekua Bay now, and today will be painting orchids, snorkeling, eating tropical fruits…life could be worse. If this sounds as nice to you as it is to me, peek at my website page:

http://vorobikbotanicalart.com/HiPaintOrchids.htm

and make sure to follow all links to see a variety of pictures, the syllabus, etc.

Deadline is 1 November (soon!) for the Feb 2010 workshop.

Flights are cheap now, so it is a good time to travel. And an OK time to leave the dreary northwest winter!
One of my participants said:

"Linda is a focused, flexible, funny and masterful teacher- The students had a broad range of skills. The venue was sublime- birds singing, gentle breezes blowing, incredible food & snorkeling a five minute walk."  -Mary Frank

Mahalo! lav

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