The Art of Business provides artists with tools to build a successful arts business at any level. Our artist businesses classes began as a partnership with the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce and have continued to grow over the years, in part because of generous donations from attendees to our 2018 Anniversary Gala. This year, our business support expanded, thanks to our partnerships with the Indiana Arts Commission and Coverdale Consulting!
Title: Using Etsy to Sell Art: Presented by Vintage Adventures
Time: 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Location: The Community Room, behind NobleMade in Noblesville’s South Alley
Description: Vintage Adventures has found great success in selling their art on Etsy and look to pass along that knowledge to you. Learn how Etsy works and the best strategies to maximize your presence and sellability.
Here is a peek at what’s upcoming through November!
November 11th- Networking for Introverts with Eric Salazar
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Nickel Plate Arts Members can receive discounts and priority registration for many of these opportunities!
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CONTACTS: Here are some art-loving professionals who can provide helpful services to advance your creative career:
Do you have a big idea for a business? Are you creative or artistic? You might have just what it takes to be a Kid Entrepreneur! Even young people can have success selling their artwork and creative ideas. Thanks to a generous grant from Hamilton County Community Foundation, we’’ve compiled a list of resources to help you get started.
Fairs & Markets: Here are some events in Hamilton County that allow Kid Entrepreneurs to sell products:
Kidpreneurs.org, connected to Adam and Mathew Toren’s Kidpreneurs: Young Entrepreneurs with Big Ideas contains resources for business ideas, free guides and blog posts for aspiring young artists.
Artwork Archive is an excellent resource for new business owners. Their site includes free guides, articles and video tutorials for people of all ages.
For some inspiration, check out this article by Real Simple that showcases the work of young people who have been successful in selling their work!
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Each person, organization and business has a thread to contribute to make the fabric of our community a better place to live. You can share your thread with us by becoming a corporate sponsor. Complete the form here to start a conversation.