Tags » Artisans


With only 3 days to go until our next market, Northern Regards Artisan Market is excited to welcome back…


APA Jumps Into the Thick of the Busy Below-the-Line Business

Even for a business in a constant state of flux, there’s lately been a considerable amount of upheaval and consolidation among below-the-line agencies.

In the past few months, one shop, APA, which historically had represented only actors, writers and filmmakers, has built a new physical production department by decimating the ranks of two other agencies: Paradigm, which has abandoned its below-the-line business; and Montana Artists, once a thriving hive for artisans, which has apparently ceased activity. 465 more words


Creation Tameslouht: Thoughts on our trial run of artisan-led sales

It’s been awhile, right? There’s a reason for that– I (Sarah, the Peace Corps volunteer), have returned to the motherland after completing my extension with Peace Corps. 340 more words

Hecho a Mano

Oftentimes, salespeople are really artisans. Part of their pitch is that the items are handmade. In the market, you can see people embroidering, weaving, beading, and sometimes even painting pieces. 31 more words


Women Prevailing Despite Sexism in Slowly-Changing Below-the-Line Industry

When Rita Lundin was working as a driver on “Men in Black 3,” the message from her Teamsters coordinator was blunt: We don’t like to work with women. 2,081 more words


'Boyhood's' Sandra Adair Lets Her Edits Subtly Suggest 12-Year Passage of Time

When director Richard Linklater tapped Sandra Adair to collaborate on “Boyhood,” he asked his longtime editor what she planned to be doing for the next decade or so. 472 more words


BBQ and Pickles - A Match Made In Coastal Georgia Heaven

We recently took a road trip to St. Simons Island, GA to make pickle deliveries and scout hopeful new accounts along the way. It’s always fun when our work takes us to the beach! 192 more words