We have several initiatives to get our African American Collection off the ground.
This is a 17-page computer catalog that lists all of our African-American molds and related items such as African masks. It includes pictures, sizes, and prices and also gives the Etsy store descriptions. This catalog is ever-changing as we add to our collection or get better pictures and descriptions. However, it is printable upon request.
We have one website which covers all of our products: African-American Collection on the menu bar takes you to these items. There is also a tab for the Carousel Collection. Everything else is under the tab Catalog.
The store name is AfricanAmericanKids. We have listed the items in our catalog with options to order sets or individual pieces and bisque or finished pieces. It has only been up and running for a few days and we already have some orders!
African-American Kids is the name of our Facebook page. Dialog, comments, and specials will be featured here so check it out.
- We have created a tri-fold brochure on the new product line and what all we have to offer. It will be included with orders and is available for distribution
- We also have the Faces of the World brochure published by Duncan but discontinued. It shows what colors to use for five warm faces and five cool faces. It also gives explicit directions on how to paint and shade the faces.
We have created a poster for workshops which will be put on the Buy-Sell-Trade sites and is also available for distribution.
We are trying to get all of the pieces poured and painted so that we do not need to advertise with catalog pictures. Several students are helping with the process in exchange for studio credit.
Not yet scheduled because we are working on the samples.
- will have a Faces of the World WS in the studio next month.
- you can bring your group to the studio
- we can bring the Party Van to your facility
NOTE: Organize & schedule a workshop of five more painters & your session is free.
Where having Fun is why we come!
Help us get the new African-American line up & running
by painting some pieces for yourself or for gifts,
by bringing African-American friends along to class,
by promoting workshops for African-American/mixed groups.