Please read through the following FAQs, download and complete the application, and pay the application fee onsite at KCCG by the deadline of 3/14/18.
2018 KCCG Spring Sale FAQs
What are the sale dates?
Friday 4/27 5-9, Saturday 4/28 10-5, Sunday 4/29 11/3
(We chose to hold the sale a week prior to Brookside and Strawberry Swing this year.)
What is the application fee?
$40 for members, $50 for non-members
What is the opt-out fee?
You need to either work one shift at the sale OR you can pay an extra $50 opt-out fee in addition to your application fee. For example if you are a guild member who chooses to opt-out, your fee would be $90. If you are a non-member who chooses to work, your fee would be $50.
What is the commission?
It is an 80/20 split. The guild takes a 20% commission of sales.
Is the show Juried?
No, first come, first serve. Applicants capped at 25
How will the show be marketed?
Postcards, website, facebook, Instagram. After applying you will be asked to provide some photos of your work for us to use to promote the sale.
How will work be displayed?
New this year, each artist will have ~20 square feet of display space. If you need, KCCG will provide a table with table cloth for you, rest of setup is yours. If you have your own display of ~20 square feet, you will need to provide us with the footprint (example 10 ft by 2 feet). We will allocate a space for you. Location of displays to be assigned by Spring Sale committee.
Is there a limit to how much work I can submit?
Whatever fits attractively in your space! You can provide back stock either under your table or clearly labeled in the glaze room and volunteers will restock as needed.
How will work be labeled?
Each artist will be assigned a code. We will provide an inventory sheet and pre-printed price labels for up to 240 pieces. Additional labels can be requested if needed. EVERY item must have an individual price label even small items like ornaments or jewelry.
When will work be set up?
Artists will need to set up their own work at the guild between 7PM Thursday 4/26 and 3PM Friday 4/27. All work must be labeled and inventory sheet provided at this time. If you choose to opt out, you must have someone else designated to set up and tear down your work.
What will I do during my volunteer shift?
We will need volunteers to prep the guild for setup on Thursday 4/26 moving wheels, cleaning, etc, work throughout the sale, stocking, logging sales, and wrapping, and help put the guild back together Sunday 4/29...
When will excess work need to be taken down?
Artists must complete their teardown by Sunday 4/29 at 5 PM.
Will there be food and beverages?
The guild will provide basic snacks and drinks for the shoppers. Artists can also bring food to share if they wish.
Will sales tax be added?
No. Each potter is responsible for his/her own sales tax accounting.
When will I be paid for my sales?
Accounting for sales will occur within 15 days of sale and checks will be available for pickup or can be mailed to your home address.