Here is how this event will work from the perspective of someone wanting to display their work at the Road to Athenaeum Part 1.
Artisans wanting to exhibit their work will need to register for an account.
Once your account is approved, you’ll have access to create a one-page portfolio-style exhibit of your work. You’ll be able to upload images, video files, and documents. You can preview your page and revise it as much as you want to until the submission deadline of July 11, 2020. When you’re ready to go, you’ll submit your exhibit page for review.
Uploads will be moderated for content and photo quality (we want to make sure nothing is blurry!). Once approved by our Administrators, your exhibit will be published.
Once your exhibit is published it will be publicly viewable and people can peruse your profile and submit comments and/or a request to schedule a one-on-one conversation with you. Exhibitors are also encouraged to schedule conversations with other exhibitors!
All one-on-one conversations will be scheduled during the event hours of 10am – 4pm on Saturday, July 18, 2020.
After the publishing deadline. Laurels will have a chance to view all the exhibits and request one-on-one conversations with you. Our scheduling team will match everyone up and email schedules out on Friday, July 17th.