Learn to expand your online presence and harness the power of internet tools during a Creative Capital weekend workshop presented by the Arts & Science Council.

Internet for Artists Weekend Workshop:

Using the Internet to Build Community, Promote Your Work and Increase Administrative Effectiveness
For Established Visual, Performing & Media Artists
Application Deadline: Friday, April 13 @ NOON

From May 18-20, 2012, participants will learn to expand their online presence and learn to harness the power of internet tools such as social networking and media sharing sites, e-commerce, promotional websites, and blogs. Beginning with an overview of internet terminology and applications, the workshop will explore how these resources can be used to build audience, expand community, amplify marketing and extend administrative resources. Participants will develop a step-by-step, holistic strategy to apply online resources to promote specific career goals.  Additionally, the workshop will help artists' expand their thinking to quickly recognize and implement the possibilities of new technologies as they develop. The workshop employs a combination of lecture, small group breakout sessions and one-on-one consultations to help participants gain the maximum of personalized attention while encouraging community-building as part of the workshop process. This workshop is designed for groups of up to 24 artists.

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Workshop Location:
McColl Center for Visual Art
721 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202