Cherish is an internationally featured and award-winning artist and has designed thousands of SKUS in men’s and women’s fashion apparel and accessories, books (including children’s books), magazines, craft and stationery products, greeting cards, art prints, technology cases, gifts concepts, and more. Her watercolor/mixed media art style is available for license on products under the brand Something to Cherish® (SomethingToCherish.com). Cherish is also a design & marketing coach, and since 2008 an adjunct instructor at the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design.
Next Tuesday, February 21st we will be hosting a Google Hangout on Air event with Cherish Flieder, leader of an international group on social media of over 15K members on the topic of “Art of Licensing” (ArtOfLicensing.com). In 2015, Cherish founded ArtLicensingShow.com, a private portfolio site and community that helps artists and companies connect with one another to sign licensing deals.
Cherish describes the ArtLicensingShow.com® as an innovative way for artists to connnect their art portfolio with key people who are in the position to license artwork. Most importantly, it is a private portfolio that keeps artists 100% in control of who has access to review the work, in addition to opening up other marketing opportunities through groups including exclusive art challenges judged by some of our industries top art directors.
In this webinar, Cherish will show you inside the walls of this password-protected social networking site designed for our industry. She will also highlight special features it has that will allow you to take your marketing game to the next level!
The Google Hangout begins at 11:30 PST (19:30 GMT)
Guild members, be sure to keep an eye open on our private Facebook page for an invitation to join the Google Hangout On Air. We will also send an invite out from our Google forum for those members who haven't transitioned to the Facebook group. Of course, once the GHOA is ended, the completed YouTube video will also be linked on our Facebook page, for your further perusal.
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