School House Craft Fall Conference + A Giveaway!

School House Craft + A Giveaway!
We are excited to team up with School House Craft this year for their 5th annual fall conference in Seattle, WA! Artists and crafters from all over the Pacific Northwest come together for 2 days of classes, hands-on workshops and networking. We’ve been attendees to this event for the past few years and we are excited to be teaching a fun craft project this year during the Book Signing and Craft Social on Sunday, September 28th.

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The mission of School House Craft is to help artists and craft makers find the knowledge they need to build businesses that last. This year’s conference is held September 27th & 28th at the Sunset Hill Community Club in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. They have a full lineup of amazing small business classes and workshops led by some of our community’s most knowledgeable and inspirational speakers including Jena Coray, Blair Stocker, Tara Gentile, and more!

Visit the School House Craft website to register and see the full line up of classes and events.

This year’s conference has a huge range of classes, an amazing line up of teachers, an exciting new round table event, a happy hour soiree and a book signing and crafting social. One and two day tickets include daily inspirational keynote addresses, over 17 classes and events as well as lunch and snacks. One day tickets are available for $85, two day tickets for $155 and individual classes for just $35.

This conference is a fantastic opportunity for Artists, Crafters and Makers, both emerging and experienced, who are looking to invest in their businesses and learn a wealth of information that will help them start, run, and grow their small creative businesses more efficiently and with greater success.

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The Giveaway!

This year School House Craft wants to give one of you a one-day pass to this year’s fall conference in Seattle! The winner will have the choice of attending on Saturday (Sept. 27) or Sunday (Sept. 28). The one-day pass includes admission to the keynote event, your choice of classes, lunch, a complimentary happy hour event on Saturday evening, and the Book Signing and Craft Social on Sunday– an $85 value!*

How To Enter:

Leave us a comment below telling us one of the goals you have for your small business for 2014 (required). Remember to include your contact information!

Additional Entries (Optional):
Share this tweet: I just entered to win a ticket to the 5th annual @schoolhousecon conference at http://adventures-in-making.com/ #giveaway (click to tweet)
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Enter all 4 ways to increase your chances of winning!

*Note: This is an in-person event located in Seattle, WA. It does not include overnight accommodations, so be sure to plan ahead!

The giveaway ends on Sunday, August 24 at 11:59PM. We will announce the winner (chosen at random) on Tuesday, August 26. Good luck everyone!

UPDATE 8/24/2014

We have extended this giveaway through Wednesday, August 27 at 11:59PM! We will announce the winner (chosen at random) on Friday, August 29. Good luck everyone!

UPDATE 8/28/2014

This giveaway is now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered! We’ll be announcing the winner tomorrow!

Comments

  1. Rebecca Morrissey says

    This is a great idea! My goal for this year is to restart my business that I let fall away after “life” got in the way. My main focus is business advice and planning. I make quilts and dabble in a little bit of everything else artsy I can think of. PS – I’m already on your mailing list so that counts as a second entry, right? 🙂

  2. says

    My goal this year is to get my art licensed on many different products as well as gain clients for illustration projects. I can’t wait for Tara’s classes! Yay! Tweeted and Facebooked too! Can’t wait!

  3. says

    Hi! I just found you via School House Craft. I’m a new maker (after many other “careers”) with a million ideas and the need to stay focused on one thing at a time. I’m leaving my day job in a few weeks, and my goal for the fall is to refine my style into a few signature pieces. I also want to tie all the loose ends into a cohesive business. I would love to go to the Seattle weekend!
    I’m looking forward to following you via blog and twitter!

  4. says

    My goals are to complete at least one business-building action each day, to work on photography and marketing by posting to my Yardia Instagram account daily, and to have at least two more shops carry my work by the end of the year. I’m excited about these intentions and am making good progress so far!

  5. says

    My goal for this year is to “woman up” and take my jewelry to some local shops and to make that website happen (with a little help from my friends!). (i just posted it on my timeline so i won’t forget!)