Business On Stage – July 25, 2017

“It’s All About the Arts Biz”

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at 6 pm ~ Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center

Featuring three area artist entrepreneurs who will describe their experiences

developing and growing a successful arts business in the Chequamegon Bay Area.

Karlyn Holman; Artist/Owner & : Karlyn’s Gallery  

Steve McHugh; Artist/Co-Owner:  Bell Street Gallery

Joel Langholz; Artist/Co-Owner: Salmagundi Gallery & Fair Trade Gifts

Business on Stage:Flyer for 7-25-17-Poster (pdf)

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the Business On Stage program to be held on Tuesday evening, April 25, 2017 at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, just west of Ashland.  Things get underway at 6:00 pm with complimentary pizza provided and an opportunity to network with other program attendees.  The evening’s presentation begins at 6:30 pm followed by a questions and answers session.

The title of the program is, “All About the Arts Biz”  The evening will feature a presentation by three artist entrepreneurs, who will each describe their experiences developing and growing a successful arts business in the Chequamegon Bay area.

This evenings program is being sponsored by: The Evergreen Shopper, Madeline Island Chamber of Commerce, and the Bayfield Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau.

 

This program is a collaboration of the Ashland Area Development Corporation, Bayfield County Economic Development Corporation, University of Wisconsin-Extension, Blue Rock Workshop, Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce, Bayfield Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau and Solstice Outdoors.

For additional information contact:

Bayfield County Economic Development Corporation’s Scottie Sandstrom at (715) 209-4589,  scottie@bayfieldcountyedc.com, or

Ashland Area Development Corporation’s Dale Kupczyk at (715) 682-8344, dkupczyk@ashlandareadevelopment.org.

Also, check out the Business On Stage web site at:  businessonstage.org

 

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