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Ask Me Anything: Makers and Markets – Selling Your Work


Date: September 18, 2023 12:00 pm
Location: Zoom Meeting
Price: Free
Category: Springboard Presents

“Ask Me Anything” events are casual midday conversations on a variety of topics with Springboard’s Artist Career Consultants (ACCs) or staff and guest artists, hosted by Springboard for the Arts. These events are presented virtually, on Zoom.

Ask Me Anything: Makers and Markets – Selling Your Work
Date/Time: Monday, September 18, 2023, 12:00 – 1:00 pm Central Time

Join Roseline Friedrich (Founder of Roseline’s Candles) and Hayley Matthews-Jones (Founder of Minneapolis Craft Market) for a casual conversation centered on how handmade makers can (and should) table at storefronts and vendor markets with their handmade goods. They will share their experiences of how they started their businesses along with some tips on navigating the handmade craft community. The conversation will be moderated by Springboard of the Arts Economic Opportunity Director and fiber artist, Wone Vang.

Roseline Friedrich (she/her) is the Founder, Visionary, Creator behind Roseline’s Candles and Roseline’s Place. She started Roseline’s Brands to meet a dire need we have in our communities: a need for more sustainable business practices. We must care for each other and the world in every act. In business, in life, and in our homes. Instagram: @roselinescandles



Hayley Matthews-Jones (she/her) is the Founder and CEO of Minneapolis Craft Market and Minneapolis Vintage Market, and the COO for The Get Down Coffee Company. Since 2015, she has built a thriving market scene in the Twin Cities, working with more than 1,800 local artists, 400 vintage vendors and dozens of venues, the market is now an established part of Minneapolis/St. Paul culture. She brings her dual skills in both creativity and logistics to her role at The Get Down, and has helped it grow into a nationally-recognized brand carried in Target, with a flagship café and new roastery in just two years.  Instagram: @hayleymatthewsjones



Headshot of Wone VangWone Vang (she/her) is a fiber artist and the Economic Opportunity Director at Springboard for the Arts. She has been working with artists for over a decade, developing artists and curating events in the community. She studied at the University of Minnesota, and worked in retail for many years before moving into working in the art community. She and her sister Youa Vang are artists and work under the moniker Third Daughter, Restless Daughter, carrying the tradition of cross stitch passed on from their grandmother. Their work has been showcased at the M, Centro, and the East Side Co-op. She lives in the Rondo neighborhood with her family and their dog, Zoey. Instagram: @3drdcrafts

Recording: This session will not be recorded.
Captioning: This session will be captioned using Zoom’s automated live transcription feature.
Registration: Receive the Zoom meeting details by clicking on the Register button above. If you have any questions, call Zaraawar “Z” Mistry at 651-789-2282 or email