Find out more about correctly setting up your exhibitor page details so that visitors to the fair website can easily get in touch with your gallery.
Exhibitor Page Details
This is the large header image that will sit across the top of your Exhibitor page. This should be a horizontal 2000 x 1000px image in JPEG or PNG (not TIFF) format. This should ideally be an internal shot of the gallery, or an exhibition at the gallery. This should not be a cropped or detailed image of an artwork or the gallery logo.
The image will be automatically cropped by the website to fill the screen, so the content must generally be centred and suitable for cropping around any of the edges.
Find out more about adding videos to your Exhibitor page here.
This will appear at the top of your dedicated exhibitor page, alongside the gallery contact details. This is also used as your thumbnail image for the main 'Galleries' directory page [see screenshot below]. This should be a 2000 x 1330px (6x4 ratio) image in JPEG or PNG (not TIFF) format. This should be an interior/exterior shot of the gallery. This should not be a logo, or a headshot of the gallery director.
In the Gallery details section, you'll be asked to enter an email address for enquires;
Once the fair is open to the public, visitors will be able to get in touch with you directly about artworks on your exhibitor page through the enquiry buttons under each artwork. This button will allow them to get in touch with you directly about one specific artwork, making it easier for you to tailor your response. These enquiries will come through directly to your email inbox [this will be the email you entered in the 'Gallery details' section in your database].
They'll then be given a few options below to help them, and you, get to the heart of what they'd like to know more about.
Once they choose one of the options, they'll be able to fill in their details, and then send the message directly to your inbox.
Once the enquiry has come through to your inbox, you'll be able to manage this conversation in a standard way through your own email.