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[FINAL CALL FOR ENTRIES!] 5/1-8/2 FRANZ RISING STAR PROJECT selects 100 pieces of artworks annually, and sponsors USD$ 1,000 for each. We also provide opportunities to participate international exhibitions and sales channel resources for young talents, such as Today Art Museum, Porzellanikon SELB, MIC International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, British Ceramics Biennial, The Artling, Hongik University, Japan Industrial Designers’ Association, and Japan Craft Design Association. With every possibility of international exposure, we encourage young talents to pass down the historic ceramic/porcelain industry altogether with their creativity and ambitions. If you are : A current student studying in college/university/graduate school, or a 2018/2019 graduate. Someone who loves porcelain/ceramic design, and seriously considering it as a career. Someone who feels touched when your own concept shapes into a porcelain/ceramic artwork. Expect your own artwork to be seen on the worldwide stage. Come join the project and show your talent! Qualifications｜Current students in college/university/graduate school, or a 2018/2019 graduate. Number of Scholarships｜100 in total Amount of Scholarship｜USD$ 1,000 per Scholarship Application Window (Taipei, Beijing Time Zone GMT+8)｜5/1 12:00 noon - 8/2 12:00 noon Scholarship Announcement｜9/30 12:00 noon on the Official Website Find out more: https://bit.ly/2Jv3J6U Follow our Instagram to get the latest information: www.instagram.com/franz_rising_star_project/ Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
We are hoping to start an Indiegogo campaign soon and are looking for some advice. We would like to start in the next month (although not ideal). Our goal is around $10,000. We are raising funds because we recently expanded and also because we are looking to give our students and teachers new equipment, a ceramic gallery, and also starting our non-profit classes for under-served families. Any tips and tricks you guys have found? Things to think about: -Rewards for supporters -Non-profit involvement (we are currently a non-profit whose goal is to give free pottery classes to families in the area) -Marketing and Social Media plans -Any other monitoring or tips specific to Indiegogo Let us know! We love your knowledge. Also if you want to check out our website to get a better idea of our studio click HERE Thank you! -District Clay Peeps
So, I bought the "Square", which attaches to your cell phone, with the idea that having the ability to take credit cards would increase my sales.I don't own a cel phone, so I had to borrow my wife's. We tried it out the week before, and it worked great. We had to take her phone out of the rubber case to make a solid connection. When offered the option of credit card use, people said;"What would it cost you ?" My response was 2.6%. They all declined to use it. One woman even wrote me an IOU for $30.00, rather than use the Square. Do you have any experience with using credit cards? Would this be an option for you? This was a two day open studio sale involving eight other artists in a group where I live.Each artist was in their own studio and customers walked or drove to the various houses/studios. One other potter has the credit card machine that you swipe, with paper receipts. Tom.