How to Submit Your Events to Calendar 2017-08-07T17:09:45+00:00

Who Can Add Events to the Artists On The Bluff Calendar?

Only paid members and sponsors of Artists On The Bluff may submit events to the organization’s Calendar. When you submit an event, our moderators must approve it before it goes live. We try to keep events on this calendar limited to activities our members and sponsors are directly involved.

Please carefully proofread the information you enter in the popup forms box. You are not able to change the event once it is submitted. Review the question regarding recommended size and quality of the image to add to the event listing.

Send an email request to artists@artistsonthebluff.org detailing which event you need deleting.

Please note: it may take up to a week or so to have the appropriate AOTB volunteer to delete the event from the calendar. We suggest you notify us as soon as you find out.

 

You are not able to change any information after you submit the event. To begin, we suggest you immediately notify artists@artistsonthebluff.org to delete the event with the misleading information, next create a new event with the correct information.

Please note: it may take up to a week or so to have the appropriate AOTB volunteer to delete the event from the calendar. We suggest you notify us as soon as you find out.

We recommend only JPEG or PNG formatted image files.the height of the image to be no higher than 877 pixels by a width of no wider than 600 pixels.

We recommend the height of the image to be no higher than 877 pixels by a width of no wider than 600 pixels. For example see our July 2017 th event.

We recommend the quality and pixel dimensions most show exhibitions request. It’s not practical to describe the many ways to achieve this, as people use Macs or PC’s and use different software or online tools.  If you are not sure, please research it through the internet.

Please note: If your image is size is too large when you submit the event, we may need to scale it down. We take NO responsibility if the image appears different than what you expect.