FERNS & KELP Artist Collective Questionnaire
We are currently welcoming pacific northwest artists, makers, and crafters of all kinds interested in becoming a part of the FERNS & KELP Artist Collective to please fill out our questionnaire below to be put on our artist WAIT LIST, and we will be in contact shortly to discuss membership opportunities in FALL 2019.
We look forward to talking with you soon, and invite any questions at fernsandkelp(at)gmail(dot)com or contact us via social media
and on Instagram @fernsandkelp.
Your full name:
City and state of residency:
Please select your primary art form(s) which you are interested in showcasing.
Decorative art: painting, sculpture, wall hangings, etc.
Decorative household items: linens, frames, storage boxes, trinket items, mirrors, etc.
Beauty and personal products: soaps, lotions, oils, salves, makeup, bath bombs, etc.
Printed clothing items and accessories: shirts, hats, bags, etc.
Handmade clothing items and accessories: knit clothing, hats and scarves, bags, etc.
Paper goods: stationary, calendars, cards, notebooks, etc.
Children's items: clothing, play toys, stuffed toys, bibs, etc.
Blown glass items.
Do you consider materials used in creating your products to be "sustainably sourced?"
Yes, sustainability is considered and strived for with all of my products.
No, I do not currently consider materials' sources and probably would not be interested in using sustainable resources.
I do not currently use sustainably-sourced materials but am interested in using them.
It is not possible for materials used in my products to be sustainably sourced.
Tell us about yourself! When not creating, how do you like to spend your free time?
Do you currently have consistent employment? If yes, with whom?
Do you currently sell your made goods, either in a brick-and-mortar store or online? If yes, please describe.
Have you previously sold your made goods, either in a brick-and-mortar store or online? If yes, please describe.
If you have not yet sold your made goods, please say a bit as to why you haven't. If you previously sold your made goods but no longer do, please say a bit about why you stopped. If you currently sell your made goods, please educate us on a difficulty you are faced with your current sales situation.
Thinking about how many pieces you could realistically produce in a given month and the value of your products, what would your goal MONTHLY sales be? Don't worry, there's no wrong answer!
$100 - $200
$200 - $300
$300 - $500
$500 - $1000
I'm not sure at the moment. (No worries - we'll figure it out together!)
When it comes to producing and selling my goods, I struggle most with:
Coming up with clear, executable designs.
Setting and sticking to deadlines.
Figuring out pricing and business analytics.
Marketing my products to interested consumers.
I have not yet tried selling my products.
The creating of goods due to lack of sufficient time.
The creating of goods due to a lack of space for my work.
Would you be interested in occasionally writing short blog posts about your work?
Possibly, with some assistance.
YES! We are really creating a COMMUNITY of pacific northwest artists with a similar vision... Which means getting together occasionally! Whether you're able to gather in person or video conference, please let us know when's a good time for you to meet.
Monday evenings (6 - 8pm PST)
Saturday afternoons (1 - 3pm PST)
Your questions and/or comments:
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