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Presented By: Nina Edwards.
Originally aired in November, 2015.
Learn the Basics of Art Licensing including; learning about the top ten markets, how to appeal to the manufacturers, retailers and publishers. We’ll explore online licensing opportunities. Nina will also cover how to protect your illustrations with contracts and copyrights and she will cover how to find an appropriate agent.
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In this webinar, Nina Edwards will cover the basics of licensing your art work.
This presentation is ideal for those artists who have been considering ways to develop passive income but are uncertain where to start.
Nina is an award-winning fashion illustrator, licensor, graphic designer, and art instructor based in New York. She licenses her illustrations to US and international paper gift companies, including Madison Park Greetings, the Giftwrap company, and Target.
Nina is the owner of “Metropolitan Miss Design Studio”.
Vist the Metropolitan Miss online store at: https://society6.com/metropolitanmiss
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