Okay, another Art Walk came and went. There was a lot of artists on site to meet and greet the people as they journeyed through. My journey at this Art Walk was great, but not without its learning moments. I followed most of my main do’s and don’ts of Arts and Crafts Shows, but I do have a few new notes to self to add:
- Do bring an ice pack or other cooling items to keep cool during hot outdoor shows. ( I used a small freezer ice block wrapped in a scarf and put it around my neck. I looked funny, but it worked great. I was not drenched in sweat.)
- Make sure your free giveaway item is visible and eye-catching.
- Make sure your sign about free giveaways is big and eye-catching. (Mines was not)
- Keep all patrons hands-on art projects at a low-low cost or no cost to the patrons.
- Do your homework, so you will know ahead of time when you should make a small booth or a full booth.
- Group likely priced items together.
- Display prices of lower priced items. ( I must do this next time)
- Hang both side curtains next time to create a walk-in experience.
For previous Do’s and Don’ts please click on the Arts and Craft Show link below.
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