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Wendy Rosen

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About Wendy Rosen

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    Newbie
  • Birthday September 17

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    http://www.Facebook.com/wendyrosenarts

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  • Location
    Baltimore, MD and St Pete, FL
  • Interests
    I'm all about the business of art and the development of arts communities and jobs. I love to help out with problems regarding the selling of work and marketing of art... but please don't ask me about glaze formulas!

    I have tons of great YouTube videos to help you learn how to sell your work to shops and galleries, create studio events, develop work that sells and negotiate with dealers.

    Please "like" me on Facebook!
    http://www.Facebook.WendyRosenArts

    You can learn more about what I do at...
    http://www.AmericanCraft.com

About Me

I'm actively involved in both the "Made in America" movement and educating artists about business

strategies and growth through workshops, visits to art schools and programs of the Arts Business Institute.

 

 

The Arts Business Institute (501c-3) provides weekend workshops, eCourses, and one-to-one business

growth advice to artists throughout the US and Canada. ABI offers complete business planning tools

to help artists sell their works to art dealers, art museums and upscale retailers. Blog

 

The Rosen Group provides American and Canadian artists with opportunities and guidance to grow

their business and sell in a nationwide marketplace. Artists in the fields of art glass, jewelry, ceramics, mixed media,

decorative and fashion accessories, exhibit their works to galleries from throughout the USA. The Rosen Group

produces American craft wholesale trade shows, events, conferences, magazines and books.

 

Crafting An American Style (PBS)

Traces the evolution of American crafts from their humble origins as homestead necessities to their current status as

works of art found in private collections and museums around the world. Archival photography and contemporary

footage of people, places, and objects explore the unique influence of handmade crafts in our daily lives.

 

The American Made Alliance, is a non-profit trade association for more than 10,000 cottage industry and

retail business. The organization advocates the enforcement of intellectual property laws and legislation that

promotes, protects and preserves the rights of artists in the American craft industry.

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