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Etsy - Selling artwork...

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by ArtsApart, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. <font color="black" face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"> I have just set up an etsy account for my work and although I have not
    been on there long it does look as though the site is relatively
    active. It is easy to use and the fees for advertising are affordable,
    unlike ebay! Best of luck with your venture I hope its a great success.</font>
     
  2. jono1701

    jono1701 New commenter

    I thought that too. Just a simple letter at the start of the course to say if work isn't collected at the end that it defaults to the ownership of the school, or words to that effect,
     
  3. I remember a few pieces of my class mates and my own A-level artwork went 'missing' when we went to collect it. Wonder what really happened to it...
     
  4. if the money ges t the schol a good idea funding is funding and yyoung people are nt precius about work
     

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