Finding New Craft Markets
Saturday, June 3, 2:15pm – 3:30pm @ Elmira Building

Selling at craft fairs is a big investment of time, money, and resources – it’s also one of the most powerful venues a crafter has for getting products in front of people. Showcasing your business at craft shows can be a building block in creating a successful business. There’s a lot of planning and hard work involved BUT it’s all worth it!


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Sarah Haven
Sarah travels the Northwest attending craft shows for her personal work and her job as the Retail Manager at Gallery One. As a ceramic artist, she has also taught adult ceramic classes. Sarah came to Washington after completing her BFA at Ohio State University. After earning her MFA at Central Washington University, she was fortunate to step into the role of visiting professor and run the ceramics program at CWU for 3 years. As a community member, Sarah served on the board of the Ellensburg Film Festival for five years during which time she was awarded the Promising Arts Leader by the Laughing Horse Arts Foundation in 2010. Sarah was an artist member of Punch Gallery in Seattle for two years and a member of the Culture Lab artist collective, a countrywide group that shows nationally and internationally, from 2009-2014. She also co-founded the Ellensburg Downtown Community Garden and remains an active member.

Ginger Ewing

Ginger has spent the better part of a decade as an arts educator, advocate and organizer in Spokane. She is the founder of Window Dressing, a storefront gallery program that fills vacant buildings and disused spaces with art installations and creative business, and is a Co-founder of Terrain. Prior to this, Ginger was a museum educator at the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. Ginger sits on the Washington State Arts Commission, The Spokane Arts Commission, is an ambassador for Artist Trust.