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The second vendor for QTVC Live! Season 2 features Despina Papadeas of Depy Zepo ceramics.

Depy Zepo is a Chicago-based ceramics studio and one-woman operation blending Greek histories with hands-on ceramic vessel building. The vessels featured on this episode are one-of-a-kind and limited in quantity!

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Episode 4 Season 2:
Antwoine Washington

Cleveland-based artist and co-founder of the Museum of Creative Human Art debuts a wearable mural in the form of a limited edition t-shirt. Watch the episode HERE.

Episode 5 Season 2:
S. Jordan Fine

Cleveland-based artist, glassblower, and founder of Pattern Play Glass showcases one-of-a-kind "Handle It" vessels on QTVC Live! Watch the episode HERE​.

Episode 6 Season 2:

Erykah Townsend

Cleveland-based artist and proprietor of Milk Crate Studios debuts a limited edition of POP-sicles only available via the QTVC Live! x moCa Cleveland episode airing on June 18th!

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FAQ

Q: How do I order items from Season 1?

Items from Season 1 are no longer available for purchase through QTVC Live! Visit the webpage for the episode you are interested in making a purchase from. On that page there are links to each vendor's website. 

Please note: all items are small batch and some previously featured items are no longer available. Stay up-to-date with each vendor by following their social media and reaching out.

What is your shipping policy?

Once your order is placed, product is shipped via USPS within five business of purchase. Email confirmation and tracking information is sent shortly thereafter.

Refunds are only applied to damaged items, and damages must be reported within one week of being received in the mail. Claims will be made once proof of damage is documented by photo.

Does it cost money to be featured on QTVC Live!?

For vendors, no. Each season of programming is funded differently and QTVC Live! may take a percentage of the final amount of sales from each episode. 

However, if we can get more episodes and seasons sponsored, vendors can be paid to be featured on the show AND make sales. Institutional collaborations are welcome!

How do I order items from Season 2?

Please click the SHOP tab at the top, right-hand corner of the QTVC Live! website. Items are available until they are sold out!

What does the acronym QTVC mean?

Cutie (QT) Vendors Channel

Are you hiring?

Not yet. However, we are looking for an accountant. As QTVC Live! grows we will surely need to build our team.

 Our final QTVC Live! Season 2 episode features Cleveland-based artist, Erykah Townsend. Erykah operates via her personal art studio, Milk Crate Studio.

 

Featured are Erykah's limited edition POP-sicles, a project that explores both POP Culture and POP Art. This limited edition series is resin-molded, hand-painted with a custom engraved popsicle stick.

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As the first item for sale in QTVC Live's partnership with moCa and a part of Getting to Know Aram Han Sifuentes, this bag, made out of reflective fabric, is printed with text that supports peaceful protesters. Price includes shipping.

Profits from sales of Aram Han Sifuentes' Peaceful Protester bag will be split between the artist (40%), moCa Cleveland (40%), and the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (20%). 

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Episode 4 of Season 2 features Chicago-based artist and musician, Chad Kouri. Chad showcases a very limited edition of THREE Intention Chimes, handmade with love and care.

 

 But what is an Intention Chime? Only an art object that blends visual aesthetics with sound for ritual use! Check out the episode to learn more. Price includes shipping.

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 The fourth episode of QTVC Live! Season 2 features Cleveland-based artist, Antwoine Washington. Antwoine presents a limited edition t-shirt featuring his site-specific mural, 154 Years.

 

 The shirt comes in sizes Small through X-Large and is limited to 50 total. Commemorating 154 years of coming out of antebellum slavery, Antwoine's design is a piece of walking history. 20% of the sales proceeds will be donated to charity of the artist's choice.

 Episode 5 of QTVC Live! Season 2 features Cleveland-based artist, S. Jordan Fine. Jordan is the founder of creative glass studio, Pattern Play Glass.

 

On this episode we feature only THREE of Jordan's original Handle-It Vases. "The “Handle-it Vases” are a place to store your thoughts, your tchotchkes or your flowers if you so choose. They’re inspired by classical forms and whimsy and are equally a vessel for storage as they are a vessel to explore and play."

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QTVC Live! is generously supported by:
Albert P. Weisman Foundation
Hyde Park Art Center Artist Run Chicago Grant
Thoma Foundation ENVISION Grant 

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