Learn 3 Unique Approaches to Pricing Work and Generating Revenue!
With Naomi Clement, Sarah Pike, & Kala Stein

Join artists Naomi Clement, Sarah Pike, and Kala Stein, as they discuss the ins and outs of being creative entrepreneurs. This virtual workshop showcases three very different perspectives on pricing & selling work. Presenters Naomi Clement, Sarah Pike, and Kala Stein, each bring unique perspectives on selling work and generating revenue for their businesses.

Topics covered include:

  • Selling work online & in person
  • Working with galleries & selling wholesale
  • Dealing with commissions & Working with designers
  • Corporate gift programs
  • Pricing workshops and dealing with workshop contracts
  • Approaches for raising prices
  • And more!

Pricing is one of the hardest things that we do as makers, and, since it is inherently tied to ideas of worth, it can be a bit of a minefield eh? Join three successful female entrepreneurs as they discuss their perspectives on pricing and selling work.


Workshop Format:

This workshop took place live over Zoom. Once you register for the course, you will be sent information on your account and how to access the course materials, including the workshop recording. You will have access to the workshop recording and all course materials for 90 days from the date of purchase and may watch the recording as much as you like during that time!

What Students Are Saying About past Professional Development Workshops:

"What I lOVED from the Workshop was the "Honest Dialogue". For the first time I didn't take notes (I knew that I had the option to go back to the recorded version in case I missed something). It felt comfortable, like I had just spent two hours catching up with old friends. Thank you! Keep these coming!!!"

"This workshop came at a time where I am defining the direction to take after I retire this summer. It has given me ideas to plan my time. As I listen and review the recording I find things to consider. Thank you for an excellent workshop."

"I really like the format you are using (the teacher in me) and the relaxed feel l get from all of you. Thank you so much for offering these workshops and looking forward the next one on Pricing etc!"

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I access the recording and other course materials? Once you register for the workshop, you’ll get all the info on how to access the course delivered right to your inbox within about 15 min. You will need to create a login password within Naomi’s e-learning platform, Thinkific. Please save that information in your browser, so that you can easily access the course materials whenever you like.

How long do I have access to this course? You’ll have access to this course for 90 days from the date of purchase. You can watch it as much as you like during that time, and on any devices you own!

How does it work? This is a virtual workshop, simply purchase it in the shop! After that, check your inbox for an email from my virtual platform, Naomi’s School, with a link to login to your new account and access the course. The zoom link to the live class will be in your student dashboard, along with any other course materials.

Note: if you have previously purchased workshops through my website, the new course will be added to your existing student dashboard. Simply login there to access the new course. 

Refunds: Due to the digital nature of this product we don’t offer refunds.

Instructor Bios:

Sarah Pike is a full-time potter living and making pots in Fernie, British Columbia, Canada. She makes functional slab-built pottery in her home studio on an acre of land on the edge of a little ski town. Her pottery is inspired by many things, including the landscape around her home, the rich history of ceramics, but also by antique tinware, textured metal, and old things you might find in barns. She has taught workshops and exhibited her work across the US and Canada. Learn more about her work here

Kala Stein is an artist and designer noted for innovative mold making and casting techniques. At the intersection of craft, design, and new technologies, her work explores notions of beauty through fabrication systems and materials. Kala received her MFA in Ceramics from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2009. She exhibits her work nationally and works with private clients on custom designs for the home and hospitality industry. After 7 years as the Director of Ceramics at Sonoma Community Center, Kala has recently returned to her studio practice full-time. Learn more about her work here

Naomi Clement is a full-time artist based out of Stratford, Ontario. She received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design in 2003, and her MFA from Louisiana State University. When she’s not in the studio making pots, Naomi is often found in front of her computer—either teaching virtual workshops or working on all the behind-the-scenes aspects of being a creative entrepreneur. She loves teaching workshops to help other potters find their voice as artists and pursue their creative careers with confidence. Learn more about her here