Monthly Archives: January 2016

Learning With IGMA

I recently had the pleasure of attending the 2016 Colonial Williamsburg Study Program.  As co-chair of the IGMA Education Committee I was there to supervise, but I abhor the possibility of wasted time, so I figured I might as well take a … Continue reading

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Pricing Your Work

Whether you sell your work at multiple shows each year, or merely enjoy the occasional sale to a friend or fellow club member, one often comes up against the question of what to charge. Do you price according to its worth for the time and materials you’ve invested, or according … Continue reading

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