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HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY SELL YOUR ART ONLINE
This was in a work newsletter and looked like something some of you might find interesting:

On Friday, October 12, from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Ann Bell, a local artist
specializing in teaching the business of art, will present a three-hour
workshop on "Getting Your Art Online." Many students know how
to create websites and put the information out there, but Bell shows
how artists can have a successful web presence, make it work for them,
and protect their imagery and financial dealings in the process. The
presentation will be held at the Stafford Scarcella Center, 10141 Cash
Road, in Room W102.

Students, faculty, staff and the community are invited to this free
event. You will have the opportunity to purchase Ann Bell’s Manual
which she developed on the subject.

Light refreshments will be served.

Ann Bell’s presentation is sponsored by the Southwest College Art
Department and the College Activity Board. For more information,
contact Cynthia Millis via email at cynthia.millis@hccs.edu
or call 713-718-6913.
cawingcrow: (Default)
HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY SELL YOUR ART ONLINE
This was in a work newsletter and looked like something some of you might find interesting:

On Friday, October 12, from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Ann Bell, a local artist
specializing in teaching the business of art, will present a three-hour
workshop on "Getting Your Art Online." Many students know how
to create websites and put the information out there, but Bell shows
how artists can have a successful web presence, make it work for them,
and protect their imagery and financial dealings in the process. The
presentation will be held at the Stafford Scarcella Center, 10141 Cash
Road, in Room W102.

Students, faculty, staff and the community are invited to this free
event. You will have the opportunity to purchase Ann Bell’s Manual
which she developed on the subject.

Light refreshments will be served.

Ann Bell’s presentation is sponsored by the Southwest College Art
Department and the College Activity Board. For more information,
contact Cynthia Millis via email at cynthia.millis@hccs.edu
or call 713-718-6913.
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Earthdance 2007 looks like fun--we should be going, it looks like.

Of course, I'm likely to be the only non-scrawny person there *sigh* Hell, that was even true 85 pounds ago hanging out with the Rainbow Tribe folks--amazing how no one gets that vegetarians can actually be fat.
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Earthdance 2007 looks like fun--we should be going, it looks like.

Of course, I'm likely to be the only non-scrawny person there *sigh* Hell, that was even true 85 pounds ago hanging out with the Rainbow Tribe folks--amazing how no one gets that vegetarians can actually be fat.
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google rant )
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google rant )
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While it is one of my favorite colors, the description seems rather off compared to my reality:

crayon meme )
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While it is one of my favorite colors, the description seems rather off compared to my reality:

crayon meme )
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Some of you locals who seem to be cat-magnets may find this one to be of use (no idea how early you'd have to line up to get in):

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/pets/5060188.html


Thanks to everyone who wished me Happy Birthday--I'll try to log on later and respond to individual posts, but I am running ridiculously behind on the day as my cats used cat gravity to hold me hostage in bed until almost noon.

It's looking like the computer models are heading south on Dean, I really hope they are right, though I pity the poor Mexicans in the way. I'm not happy with the size of the cat carrier (medium sized dog carrier, I believe--it was left by the people who lived here before me) I have when it comes to two cats, but I'm thinking they'd be happier together than in separate ones and I really can't afford another one. Still if Dean takes a northern turn, I may be out hunting for one anyway.
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Some of you locals who seem to be cat-magnets may find this one to be of use (no idea how early you'd have to line up to get in):

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/pets/5060188.html


Thanks to everyone who wished me Happy Birthday--I'll try to log on later and respond to individual posts, but I am running ridiculously behind on the day as my cats used cat gravity to hold me hostage in bed until almost noon.

It's looking like the computer models are heading south on Dean, I really hope they are right, though I pity the poor Mexicans in the way. I'm not happy with the size of the cat carrier (medium sized dog carrier, I believe--it was left by the people who lived here before me) I have when it comes to two cats, but I'm thinking they'd be happier together than in separate ones and I really can't afford another one. Still if Dean takes a northern turn, I may be out hunting for one anyway.
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At least Bookworm seems to work on the office computers. I really hope the water goes down sometime reasonable. I'm getting cranky and I want ice cream.
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At least Bookworm seems to work on the office computers. I really hope the water goes down sometime reasonable. I'm getting cranky and I want ice cream.
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