The Good News, the Bad News, and How To Do It
Almost three-quarters of all Americans go online daily, much of it for using social media, and nearly one-quarter are rarely offline. Like it or not, social media posts have become a major source for information. How can you take full advantage of this phenomenon to promote your work?
The workshop will cover the various modes of social media marketing, but will focus on the major outlets favored by most artists: Facebook, Instagram, and website links.
Thursday, September 13, 7-9 pm
Social Hall of the Unitarian Universalist Society
121 No. Pleasant St, Amherst
Artists will discuss current trends in social media use, the most effective platforms to get your work noticed, how to avoid the negative aspects of social media, and how to grow your social media presence. You’ll learn tips and best practices for sharing your work, building and engaging a social media following, and establishing relationships with new fans and collectors. Q&A session to follow.
Kim Carlino: An interventionist, mining the space between painting and drawing, she explores the evolutionary nature of mark making and relationships between color, geometry, line and form. kimcarlinoart.com
Scout Cuomo: A fine art painter of light, water, and delving into the human experience of solitude and respite. scoutcuomo.com
Mary Witt: An abstract painter who sees the world in shapes and colors and light and darkness, and brings that to her art to create mystery compositions. facebook.com/marywittpainter
Moderated by Keith Toffling, photographer and exhibit curator at Bistro 63. keithtofflingphotography.com
Admission is $10 at the door to support Arts Night Plus and the expenses for this event. Light refreshments included.
Questions? Contact Amy Crawley, email@example.com or 978- 239-7601