This webinar will discuss what happens when you implement Barney’s advice to advance your art career. It will include true-to-life success stories, industry trends and the future of the art print market.
Digital Arts Studio is a premier giclee printer in Atlanta, GA. If you are seeking a digital fine art printing company to handle your work, you would be hard pressed to find a better operation.
DAS is remarkably devoted to helping its artists succeed, as evidenced by both its physical gallery and online Fine Art Marketplace showcase.
DAS also is an advertising sponsor in my recently published second edition of How to Profit from the Art Print Market book and of the new GicleeBusiness.com directory. It provides free and paid listings of giclee printers and fine art market business resources.
One of the book sponsor benefits package is an Exclusive Free Webinar on a topic of the advertiser’s choosing. DAS wanted its customers to learn more about “Success Stories, Trends & Vision in the Art Print Market.”
Here is the copy from its promotional email for the webinar:
For those of you fortunate enough to have participated in the standing room only live presentation by Barney a couple years back at Digital Arts Studio, you know that his practical advice for artists is indispensable. This webinar will discuss what happens when his advice is implemented to advance your art career, highlighting true-to-life success stories, industry trends and the future of the art print market.
Although space is limited, there currently is some additional limited capacity, DAS has graciously offered to open the webinar on a first-come first-served basis to Art Print Issues readers. Seating is limited, so you will need to act now to grab a spot for the webinar. It will take place on Monday, April 4 at 8:00 pm Eastern time – 5:00 pm Pacific time.
I am excited about the presentation and hope to see you there.
YOU MUST RSVP to secure a spot in the webinar. Use this link to request your space with DAS. Or, your can use the DAS Contact page to request your spot. Once you are accepted, you will receive an email with the call-in number and login ID. The call-in number is local, so you may incur long distance charges.