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      January 2015

      Tips for Planning a Successful Art Exhibit

      art showAttendees at an art show expect to see beauty and interesting visuals all around them. All displays and panels should be coordinated with the design and color scheme of the show. Vivid, interesting, striking art should not be displayed upon a shabby background or with generic display panels.

      Artists dedicated to creating a stellar exhibit understand the importance of seeking professional collaborators to assist with the displays, and the decorative and functional panels. A professional company will be able to make suggestions for personalized panels that will suit each type of display. Allowing the artists and coordinators to focus on the remainder of the art show and also allowing the guest to be interactive with art pieces that require experiencing sound and touch.

      Be Positive

      Your excitement and enthusiasm is crucial to selling your art. Be joyful and positive about the event itself. See it in your mind as a celebration party to share your work and the work of others, if you are partnering in this event.

      Have Cards Printed With Your Bio

      Having special cards designed specifically for the event is a way you can be sure that every guest walks away with a reminder and some information as to who you are. Giving out cards during the show also gives you, as the artist, an opportunity to meet some of your guests and make a personal impression upon them.

      Don’t Hesitate to Hire Professional Assistance

      Particularly, if you are holding the art show in a space that requires defining and decorating; choosing quality display equipment and panels, will help to make your show stand out above the average art exhibit.

      Try To Have a Varied Selection of Art

      More artists will sell more art if there are pieces ranging from the everyday decorative art to the avant garde; or pieces ranging from the affordable to the rare luxury pieces of art. The more choices art lovers have, the more likely the art will sell, and the artist’s names and styles will be remembered.

       
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      Dress Code for Trade Shows

      dress codeTrade shows are a way to represent your company in a light that your audience may never have seen it in before.

      First thing you want to do is have a killer eye catching display, but you have that covered with Snappanels. Next you need to dress the part. What exactly is that dress code and how should you apply it to your business?

      If you were a buyer in the market for your company’s items, would you approach the company with a great display but poorly dressed employees? Probably not. Our brains would tell us that the company has spent a lot of money trying to use smoke and mirrors to bring us in and see their subpar product.

      Instead you would be more inclined to speak to someone in a very minimum dress of business casual. Different trade shows will require different dress codes; no two will be exactly alike. If you have had business partners go to a certain trade show before, don’t be afraid to ask them what was appropriate and what wasn’t.

      When in doubt, over-dress. You will never look silly for looking like an extremely prepared business man or woman, but you would look silly if you looked like poor college student trying to pass as a business person.

      Now that you have dressed for success and you have a killer presentation you are sure to have the confidence you need to get out there and sell it. One last rule of thumb is to be sure you put on a smile, you will become instantly more approachable and you’re never fully dressed without a smile.

       
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