Artists interested in diversifying their businesses by offering workshops, classes and experiences to tourists are invited to an informational meeting on Wednesday, April 4, 2012, 5:30-7 p.m. at the Española Library (313 North Paseo de Oñate in Española). Questions about how artists can expand their businesses by teaching classes and workshops will be answered.
Brent Hanifl, creative tourism consultant and Internet marketing expert, promises artists that “this is an opportunity to find out about offering workshops at your studio, at a community center, or other convenient locations when teaching people from around the world; to show others how they can bring their own experiences into the light of the northern NM landscape; and to have all your questions answered about finding students and becoming a featured artist online. Find out about unique opportunities to spread the word about your work without spending hundreds of dollars in
The Santa Fe Creative Tourism Initiative is a program of the City of Santa Fe that works with artists and arts businesses in Santa Fe and the surrounding region to develop and promote workshops that allow visitors to experience the area’s unique culture in a hands-on fashion. The program was created as a result of the City of Santa Fe’s 2005 appointment to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network and builds upon the successful 2008 International Conference on Creative Tourism held in Santa Fe.
For more information, email Brent Hanifl at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 608-792-5746 or visit