Special Event Advertising Offer
Advertise your Art Event for only $300 for one month (normally $350) or $175 for two weeks (normally $200) when you pay by December 20, 2019!
The local art scene will be the focus of our January 13th newsletter distributed to 50,000 subscribers. Galleries and studios representing any medium, are invited to participate. You can shine a spotlight on current exhibits, workshops, classes, seminars and more. Any gallery, studio or museum with an Event Banner that's active on January 13th will be featured in this email. Banners will appear in order of sign-up, so first-come, first-served. The sooner you sign up, the higher you'll appear in the list!
To start 2020 off with a bang, we are offering a discount on our Event Banners, which appear on the most popular pages of all 40 of our community websites, including the homepage, events landing page and every event search output page. They also appear in at least four of our weekly event emails to over 10,000. We have first-hand accounts from existing advertisers that this program has made a significant difference in attendance and registration.
Please fill out the form below to get started.
After you click Submit, you will be directed to PayPal to complete your order. Note that you do NOT
have to have a PayPal account to proceed; you can pay with any major credit card or electronic check.
Questions? Call Mary Ann at 215-340-7692.
*Banner specs: We require two differently sized Event banners - one for desktop and one for mobile, both as JPG, GIF or PNG. The desktop version should be 308 pixels wide by 272 pixels high. The mobile version should be 700 pixels wide by 206 pixels high. On mobile, your Event banner displays horizontally, stretching the width of the screen.
*Slide specs: 924 pixels wide x 272 pixels high, JPG, GIF, PNG. Note that our page widths change depending on the user's device. Your banner must be readable at all widths between 350-924 pixels wide. On a typical desktop, it will display at 924 pixels wide but will shrink with the device as it gets smaller.