How to have a Studio Sale (with Fee Dickson Reid) [185]

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If you have unsold work adding up, or older pieces you’re not sure what to do with, then today’s podcast is for you because we are discussing how to hold a studio sale. What work to include, how to decide on discounts, what different types of sale you can consider and why simply creating a coupon code is NOT the best way!

Today Alice is joined by Fee Dickson Reid, a member of the Connected Artist membership and this is an excerpt of a recent call we had within the Club. Fee’s sales have evolved over last 5 years, so if the idea of selling 34 paintings/sketches in 48 hours is tempting, we hope sharing our experience will help you.

This is one to take notes on, and hopefully gives you a taste of just one element you may find in the Connected Artist Club. See below for how to join!


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