May/September by Rob Ley. 2014. Painted Aluminum. Eskenazi Hospital, Indianapolis, IN.
Get Started on CaFÉ
Contact Kat Stephenson regarding pricing, licensing, to schedule a demo, or to learn how CaFÉ can help you easily and efficiently manage your call for entry. See CaFÉ features to learn more about the benefits of CaFÉ.
Timeline for New Clients
To ensure a successful onboarding experience, we recommend you transition to the CaFÉ call for entry software at least one month* before you plan to open your call for entry. While we can setup your call as soon as we receive a signed agreement and payment, we suggest building in ample time to fulfill purchasing requirements, receive training on the system, and build your call for entry.
First, schedule a free guided demo of features with our expert arts consultant, Nancy Musser. Nancy can show you how to successfully manage a call on CaFÉ and can answer any questions specific to your organization and workflow.
Once you’ve made the decision to join CaFÉ, you’ll receive a service agreement and invoice. Payment is required before a call for entry can be activated.
After you complete the service agreement and submit payment, CaFE staff will schedule a call setup training. Training includes helpful tips about best practices and software features to ensure that your organization has a successful call. Additional jury administration training is offered as you near your deadline.
CaFÉ customer support is available for organizations using the CaFÉ call for entry software throughout the duration of your call and adjudication. The CaFÉ team is knowledgeable, friendly and ready to assist with your needs. CaFÉ customer support is provided by email and phone, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain Time, Monday through Friday. In addition, CaFÉ’s online tutorials and resources are available to artists and administrators 24/7. CaFÉ customer support also assists artists with technical assistance and navigating their account features.