Articles

How to Get Reviewed in Sunshine Artist magazine

October 2021, by Sunshine Artist Staff

Sunshine Artist provides an opportunity for promoters and organizers to have their fine art and craft festivals reviewed by the artists who participate in them. The reviews, which are printed in the…

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Using Demographics to Market Art and Craft Products

October 2021, by Angie Landsverk

The power of observation has helped Scott Obernberger learn who buys his pottery, and he encourages other artists to do the same thing to figure out their demographics. “Every single show you have is…

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How Orlando's Fiesta in the Park Hit 50

September 2021, by Angie Landsverk

When the Fiesta in the Park Committee formed in 1972, the idea was to attract more people to Lake Eola Park and downtown Orlando with events that promote development. The late Corbin Sarchet…

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What Have We Learned: Promoters Share Their Pandemic Adjustments

September 2021, by Angie Landsverk

During the past year, promoters found themselves postponing, canceling, and in some cases moving events to virtual formats due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some refunded the booth fees artists paid…

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HeARTbeat

June 2021

A Tale of Two Loves By Diane Sulg Mary Kesler and Tom Davin met forty-some years ago in college in California. Tom was an Industrial Design major who dreamed about making furniture or better yet…

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