The new Phix Cafe is located in the MidTown Tech Hive at 6815 Euclid Ave. There is has an immediate need for artwork to hang on the walls around the cafe for the month of March. You must have enough installation-ready works to fill the space. There are already silver rails, hooks, and wires in place; you are responsible for… Read more »
CDPUG member Karen Jewell-Kett will be in Studio C322.
CDPUG member Janet Dodrill will be exhibiting at this event.
If you are in serious holiday shopping mode, then plan to attend the 31st Annual ArtCraft Studio Show next Saturday and Sunday that will feature over 70 local artists. This is THE holiday art sale that supports the many talented and prolific artists in Cleveland. For more information, visit https://artcraftstudio.wordpress.com/
The DVD of “Graphic Means: A History of Graphic Design Production” will be available on DVD, iTunes, and Vimeo, on November 23, 2018. This 2-DVD set is available for pre-ordering at $24.95, and includes four extra scenes as well as the official trailer. Members may recall this film from the screening at our CDPUG 30-year anniversary meeting in August, 2017…. Read more »
Accessible Marketing Help people of all abilities access your content and know what to expect when you promote your great work. From print to digital to in-person marketing, minor tweaks can make a big difference. Erin Hoppe of VSA Ohio will discuss best practices for accessible marketing and we will use your own work for discussion – bring your marketing… Read more »
In addition to the well-attended September meeting, “Successfully Selling Art ,” here is an informative article specifically about printing on demand through Zazzle, America’s popular online marketplace. https://pencildrawingsbykelliswan.blogspot.com Thanks to CDPUG member Kelli Swan for the link.
by Carlo Wolff A panel of experts in art sales explored an array of tools and options at the monthly Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group meeting at the Garfield Heights Library. Some 40 people gathered September 28 as moderator Linda Barberic of Keith Berr Photography led the panel through a discussion of popular online sales platforms, including Fine Art America,… Read more »
By Kelli Swan The reason you may have so few visitors is that your website does not show up on internet searches. Google and other search engines look for very specific information on a website before ranking it with regard to the words or phrases (search terms) people typically use when looking up information on the internet. While the algorithms… Read more »
Participant registration is now open on spaceappschallenge.org — a global hackathon that takes place over a 48-hour period in cities around the world. The NASA Glenn Research Center will be hosting this free weekend event in Cleveland, October 19–21. Space Apps is an international hackathon (started in 2012) and coordinated by NASA to help solve a variety of problems. Hackathons… Read more »