Memphis promotes its local arts and crafts experts

November 19, 2012 by  

Most cities have a vibrant artistic community which adds a lot to the quality of life. Memphis is no different and is home to many excellent artists and crafters. However, many people are not exposed to that community and are unaware of many of these artists. Thankfully, regular arts and crafts sales events are held in the city to help introduce the general public to these artisans.

A reception will be held on November 23 at the Shops at Saddle Creek South, beginning at 5:00 pm. It will be providing a sneak preview of the Winter Arts holiday show and sale which will take place in Saddle Creek South from November 24 – December 23. The show will feature a wide variety of arts and crafts, including glass, metal, clay, wood, fiber, jewelry, paintings, and photographs. It will not only introduce the public to many artists, it will also be a chance for those who are still doing their holiday shopping to pick up an original and unique gift for a friend or family member.

Organizers of Winter Arts will most likely be working with Memphis printing companies to help get the word out to the community. Flyers are reasonably inexpensive and can be distributed at no extra cost. They are considered to among the most effective forms of marketing since they can be distributed in so many ways, such as through direct mail or door-to-door delivery, so they can reach a large number of people with ease.