Articles

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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On the Other Side of COVID

June 2021

By Diana Jones As cases of COVID-19 drop and the percentage of people vaccinated increases across the United States, many states are beginning to relax their mandates, providing an opportunity for…

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Howard Alan Picks Up Sugarloaf

June 2021, by Malinda Ratliff

HAE/ACE will be running a few of the Sugarloaf shows under their umbrella. Check below to see which shows are accepting applications. All application deadlines are 3 days prior to the show and you…

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Survey Says: Virtual Shows Don't Replace Live Events

March 2021

Over half of handmade crafts artisans and 70% of fine-art and fine-craft artists said their virtual-show sales have been “bad” and they aren’t going to try one again after live shows reopen…

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