Learn from Alyson Stanfield, Author and Art Marketing Consultant

alyson stanfield, art marketing coach

Nationally Known Coach Discusses Her Fantastic Book:

I’d Rather Be in the Studio! The Artist’s No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion

Please join us in Boulder, Wednesday, August 31, 5:30 – 7:30 pm

Artist Jerrie Hurd (homo sapiens unadorned), Beth Hayden of Blogging with Beth and Dana Rogers, Dana Rogers Photography, are pleased to invite you to an evening with Alyson Stanfield. Alyson will be making a rare visit to Boulder to discuss the recent update of her book and answer questions about art marketing. Because of the intimate setting, you will have a chance to interact with Alyson and other artists. The event is free and light refreshments (cookies and ice cream) will be served.

We are limited to 30 people. Please RSVP to Dana Rogers at Dana@danarogersphotography.com for location and more details. (Event is taking place near downtown Boulder.)

I'd Rather Be in the Studio

 

About the book: I’d Rather Be in the Studio! The Artist‚s No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion is for artists of all kinds. Painters, sculptors, ceramist, jewelers, photographers, and others will benefit from the easy-to-follow self-promotion practices in this book.

 

About Alyson: Author and art-marketing consultant Alyson B. Stanfield, of Art Biz Coach, focuses on sharing the artwork directly with potential buyers through electronic and traditional communication outlets in a manner that is comfortable, not artificial. Artists match Internet marketing strategies with sincere personal skills to take charge of their art careers. The book includes access to worksheets for in-depth self-promotion.

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14 Responses to Learn from Alyson Stanfield, Author and Art Marketing Consultant

  1. Anne McNaughton says:

    Sadly won’t make it due to the hour. Did order the book – my first non-kindle in ages – must have REALLY wanted it.

  2. Julie Powell says:

    I would love to attend. Can I bring anything? Thanks for inviting me! Julie

  3. dana rogers says:

    Hi all of you who attended the terrific event with Alyson. I hope you will pop in and leave your contact information for the other artists to find. Cheers, Dana.

  4. Julie Powell says:

    Thank you for hosting last night, Dana….sorry I grabbed my fruit salad and left, but teenagers called…. my website is http://www.juliepowelldesigns.com and I am on FB also at Julie Powell Designs…..thanks again.

  5. Ruth Soller says:

    Hi Dana, I enjoyed meeting you at Alyson Stanfield’s talk. You may share my contact information in case others would like to keep in Touch. Yours, Ruth

    http://www.SollerOriginals.com
    https://www.facebook.com/RuthSollerFineArt

  6. Andrea Meyer says:

    Thanks very much, Dana, and thank you Alyson for a lovely evening! (And co-hostesses Jerrie Hurd & Beth Hayden!)

    Here’s my info:
    Andrea Meyer
    http://www.workingknowledge.com/blog/
    http://twitter.com/AndreaMeyer

    Thanks!
    Andrea

  7. Laura Tyler says:

    Thanks for the great event, Dana.

    You can connect with me on my blog:
    http://www.lauratyler.com/art-blog

    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sister-Bee/164439560256213?sk=info

    And twitter:
    http://twitter.com/#!/lauraloveslux

    I look forward to staying in touch.

  8. ali says:

    hi Dana! Alyson! It was *fab* to meet you both last night.

  9. Thanks Dana, Jerrie, and Beth for hosting such a delightful evening. I knew we weren’t overreacting to the wind when I started driving out of the neighborhood and saw fallen branches.

    If anyone is interested in receiving my free weekly newsletter, you can subscribe here. No pressure, but I did want to provide that option to those I didn’t get to speak with afterward.

    Please – all – stay in touch. I am fueled by your questions and your devotion to your art.

  10. Lori Wostl says:

    I’ll break the ice. Would love to friend any of you on Face Book, break the inertia and move towards momentum. My newsletter and business blog are at my business web/blog; http://www.artcampforwomen.com

    My art blog is: http://www.keepanartjournal.com

    putting an e-mail address in a comment is bound to attract spam so instead of (.) i will spell out dot – get it?

    loriw at artcampforwomen dot com

  11. Beth Hayde says:

    Thanks again, everyone, for a lovely evening! So nice to gather together during the last part of summer to talk about art, marketing and ice cream! Does life get any better than that?

    If you’d like to sign up for my online marketing tips newsletter (and download some great freebies while you’re at it) you can do that here:
    http://bloggingwithbeth.com/library/

    Here’ my Blogging with Beth Facebook page:
    http://www.facebook.com/bloggingwithbeth

    And here’s me on Twitter:
    http://twitter.com/#!/bethjhayden

    Thanks again, everyone!

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