Informational meeting start in september. Once you go to the first you have to apply to get into the holiday art sale. There is a lottery to determine i you get in our not after a week of the turn in date of the application. If you don’t get in right away you are put on a waiting list. After you get accepted you have to attend 2-3 more mandatory meetings. So if you plan to do the art sale make sure you will be dedicated to it. One meeting is about picking your space and how the art sale runs. The 2nd is how to price and sell your work. I myself this year sold paintings, prints, journals, pins, and a ceramic piece. I made business cards for the occasion as well. My pricing was a bit low, but that’s because I’m just generous with my work.
The popularity of artists wanting to be in the art sale and buyers of art have pushed the school to follow the holiday art sale with the spring art sale.
At each sale artist are told that they are paid 85% of their sales and 15% goes to the school to help the future art sales by renting tables, chairs, table clothes, the food at the pre-art sale.
If you want to see what are peers are up to artistically, want to meet people, make a name for yourself and want to make a quick buck for something you enjoy doing, I would recommend applying to the Spring and The Holiday art sale.