Business Librarian Isabel Soto – Luna, CPL Supervisor Charles Fisher, and Marketing & Entrepreneurship Professor Dr. Zhihao (Max) Yu will lead you through three workshops to help you get started on a business plan that will give you the skills to market and merchandise your art giving you the opportunity to do what you love, and love what you do. All sessions will be held at the Criss Library in room 249 at noon. If you’d like to attend the sessions but are unable to, they will be streamed via Zoom in addition to in-person.
Due to COVID restrictions, we will be limiting in-person registration to 20 people, they will be streamed via Zoom in addition to in-person. Please indicate your preference for in-person or Zoom by filling out the registration form below.
Feb 15 - Design Principles & Portfolio Website
In this first session, you will learn about the principles of designing your portfolio website to maximize your brand and inspire a following. You will also learn about finding free and low-cost options for hosting your site and tips and tricks for showing off your work.
March 1 - Basic Project Plan & Online Business
You’ve got a portfolio site, and are building your brand. But what about selling your art? In this session, you will learn about creating a basic project plan that you can use to sell your art online and inspire supporters.
Mar 15 - Merchandising, Breaking Even, & Supply Points
In this last session, you will learn about merchandising and breaking even, and getting your art into the hands of your supporters.
UNO Libraries| 217 Criss Library | 129 Mammel Hall
Charles V Fisher
Creative Production Lab Supervisor
Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library | 248 Criss Library
Dr. Zhihao (Max) Yu
Assistant Professor, Marketing & Entrepreneurship
College of Business Administration | Mammel Hall 228AA
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