11:00 am-1:00 pm
With the closing of in-person art galleries and gatherings, the art community has been facing uncertainty as we adapt to new ways of conducting art sales and business. In this workshop, instructor Sharmila Karamchandani encourages optimism and creativity as participants learn how to move their practice to virtual spaces and learn 12 different ways to sell art online. Participants will be provided with a comprehensive list of resources they can keep for future use.
Sharmila Karamchandani, a local graphic designer, and artist-entrepreneur has a passion for working in arts education and community non-profits. Sharmila has a bachelor’s degree in advertising and a master’s degree in graphic design. Sharmila is extremely passionate about art and teaching. She teaches Graphic Design in a private college; she is an entrepreneur coach for Empowered Women International for the last 15 years and has taught many women how to start their businesses. She is also a certified Therapeutic Art Life Coach and facilitates visual art workshops for Heard, an Alexandria based non-profit that works with a vulnerable population.
Sharmila is a multi-creative woman. She enjoys working in several art mediums such as Painting, Jewelry-Making, Mixed-Media Collages, Photography, Calligraphy, and Henna-Painting. She aims to one day have her own art school. “I am a global woman and have a love for all art forms, styles, and mediums. I am deeply moved by different forms of art and different people.” To contact Sharmila, e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also see her work on Instagram @khushdesigns and her graphic design work at www.khushdesigns.com.