How has COVID impacted your shows? Have you made any changes? After re-launching and successfully hosting both festivals last summer, we came away feeling very hopeful. The community came out in full force to support the festivals and get back to having a great time. Throughout the summer and through the winter, we’ve seen pop up markets everywhere. I’m not sure how this will impact the larger shows but right now artists seem to have more opportunities in different formats. Also many artists developed their online sales which proved to be really positive. From my perspective as a businessperson, these developments provide artists the opportunity for overall growth especially if used together to support the artist’s ‘brand’. At our core, we support artists so what is good for them, is good for us. We need to ensure that what we bring to the table is current and a benefit to their business. From my experience, nothing can replace the energy, grassroots development, exposure to new customers, comradery among artists and fun you find at large public art festivals. Logistically, we all really liked the flow created by giving each tent a bit more room by spacing them out more than we have in the past. I’ll continue to do that.