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POSTPONED: Crafting the Built Environment: How to Work with Developers and Designers
April 2 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
**Due to the risks and challenges posed by COVID-19,we have postponed the remainder of the Craft Your Commerce Spring 2020 Workshop Series. We are working on adapting the events for online delivery or providing suitable alternative, web-based programming to support our crafters and makers in navigating this new economic landscape.**
What do buyers look for when working with local makers? How do you position your hand crafted business to take on large scale commercial projects? This speaker panel discussion will shed light on the process of working with buyers by bringing together a group of designers, architects and real estate developers to discuss how they connect with and go about working with local makers.
Photo Credit: Allied Maker
Pricing & Ticket Packages
This workshop is part of the Craft Your Commerce: 2020 Spring Workshop Series being offered by Mountain BizWorks with support from Center for Craft and UNC Asheville. The series involves a networking event, three separate workshops, and one intensive courses suited for existing makers. The sessions work great on their own, but they’re designed to build on one another and we encourage you to consider participating in the full series. Limited financial need-based scholarships are available.
- Early Bird Price for Crafting The Built Environment: $25 (ending Feb 20, 2020)
- Regular Price for Crafting the Built Environment: $35 (starting Feb 21, 2020)
Series Pass Breakdown:
- The Series Pass gives you discounted access to all Workshops (Taxes for Makers, Scaling Your Craft Business, Crafting the Build Environment)
- The Series Pass + Alpine gives you access to all Workshops AND the 5-week Alpine for Makers course
Get your tickets early and take advantage of discounted Early Bird Prices!
Limited financial need-based scholarships are available. To apply for a scholarship please continue to this form. UNC Asheville students are also eligible for scholarships; contact Brent Skidmore for details.