Michaels Embraces the Gig Economy With New Community Classroom Program

In a step towards embracing the gig economy, craft chain Michaels has revamped its in-store classes turning instructors into freelancers responsible for designing, pricing, and marketing their own workshops. The new Community Classroom program, which rolled out to 1,258 Michaels stores nationwide in March, allows any creative person to pitch to teach at their local Michaels store.

The Next Chapter

We have some important news to share with you today about Craft Industry Alliance’s next chapter. It’s exciting and we want you, our members and subscribers, to be the first to know.

Recorded Webinar: Legal Question & Answer With Kiffanie Stahle

Kiffanie Stahle is the legal eagle behind the artist’s J.D. She’s also a photographer, fellow creative business owner, and lawyer living in California. Kiff firmly believes that there can be ease in the legalese of running a creative business. And she is on a mission to provide creative business owners with the legal tools and resources they need to achieve their big goals.

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