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Learn the Fine Art of Marketing Fine Art Photography

©Laura Moul

On one “Super Monday” each spring and fall, members of the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) host photography labs and workshops in cities across the U.S.  One of the topics to be presented at the next Super Monday, Oct. 25 will be The Fine Art of Marketing Fine Art Photography. On-site registration for PPA’s Super Monday classes is $120. If you register by the end of the day today for The Fine Art of Marketing Fine Art Photography, the registration fee is just $99 for the day-long session.

At the Twin Falls State Resort Park in Mullins, W.V., photographer Laura Moul will provide practical advice for anyone who wants to market fine-art prints of their landscape photography.

“There are many things to consider before going into the art world,” says Moul, whose work has been displayed in galleries and art shows throughout West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. “I try to help individuals learn the steps for proceeding into fine art marketing in a cautious manner.”

During a session that runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Moul will share tips on networking, grant writing, booth set-up, art shows, galleries, Internet marketing and other related topics. If you arrive at the Twin Falls Resort Park on Sunday, Oct. 24, you can participate in the informal photo shoot that Moul will lead in some of the most scenic areas of the park.

For more information about this class, read this post on the PPA Blog.

For details about some of the other Super Monday photography programs that will be located in cities in your state, visit: www.ppa.com/supermonday.

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