Community art is usually the right place for some universities to promote their programs. You can rent a booth and get additional income from it. This also means that you and other committees must commit to bringing in lots of potential visitors for them so that the collaboration can be mutually beneficial and can continue.
The art of your community is accompanied by charity activities? You can work with charitable foundations, orphanages, or social institutions around so that your event is not only beneficial for the community, but also for others in need.
If your community art is related to culture, art, or sports you can get an organization or community engaged in related fields to get support.
This kind of collaboration automatically shows your sale value and makes your art show content more exciting and not monotonous.
Keep the Safety and Comfort of the Environment Around the Venue
If the scope of your event is large enough, you must coordinate with the security forces. Give rules to visitors about luggage that they can bring into the venue and those who don’t. If possible, provide facilities where they can leave certain luggage.
So that hungry and thirsty viewers don’t need to leave the venue to bother looking for food, just prepare a special food booth area. You can increase your event revenue by renting a booth to a food vendor. But remember, the cleanliness of the booth area must be maintained.
Effective layout design for your event. Where is the location of the stage, booth, to the parking lot you should also think about. Also provide clean toilets. Impress visitors to your show and with the comfort and safety. Guaranteed your show will continue to be remembered by people who are dating.
In the digital age where almost everyone uses social media, don’t waste the power of social media and social media influencers. Customize your publication material with the target market. Art is synonymous with teenagers. If you have a friend of a community that exists on social media and whose followers are many, it’s time to ‘utilize’ him to become a representative of your community’s art event.
Find the Right Sponsor
One of the things that is most often an obstacle in organizing events is usually a matter of funding. This one problem must be solved in a creative and smart way. Do not let it be because you are busy looking for funds, your academic value decreases or even more time for your family to be taken.
Selling flowers, busking, or going around carrying donation boxes seems out of date and not in accordance with today’s millenials image. The process of finding sponsors should be your opportunity to hone negotiation skills and correspondence skills. Additionally, you must be able to ‘sell’ your event by professional presentation to the sponsor
Limited experience when dealing directly with the sponsor makes the offer you make not optimal. You have to know what the sponsor wants and still get what your event needs. Everything must be beneficial for both parties.