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Communications for Creatives – How to present you and your work  with Emma Dwyer

  • Location: The Dock Arts Centre, Carrick on Shannon
  • Date: Thursday November 24th

Cost: 15.00

A day long workshop on how to present yourself and your work through digital marketing and communications with Emma Dwyer

Communications for Creatives – How to present you and your work  with Emma Dwyer

Thursday 21st of November

10.00am – 4:00pm

The Dock, Carrick –on Shannon

The internet is making it easier for creatives to network and reach new audiences both on and off line. Creatives are promoting themselves, consciously or not, as a brand. People are engaging with and buying from makers, artists, and designers online. It’s easy to present you and your work to these audiences through effective communications.

In this workshop creative communications specialist, Emma Dwyer identifies how you as a creative can communicate about your work and market your practice. In the workshop you will be introduced to the basic tools for communication and digital marketing – from building your own website and managing your own social media presence to identifying your core brand and getting press coverage through public relations.

Included in the day is:

  • Identifying your brand
  • Telling your story
  • Finding your audience
  • Building an online presence
  • Write engaging copy
  • Where and how to get press coverage
  • Five steps to building your own site
  • Social media dos and don’ts

Emma Dwyer has experience in various areas of the arts including architecture, theatre, and visual art. Her expertise is in arts communications. She has held roles in Dublin Contemporary 2011, mother’s tankstation, Irish Architecture Foundation, Mermaid County Wicklow Arts Centre and most recently as Communications Manager with EVA International. Alongside a healthy obsession with the internet, Emma loves writing. She is a regular contributor to Image Interiors and Living Magazine and has recently contributed to ‘One Here Now: The Brian O’Doherty / Patrick Ireland Project, Architecture Ireland, and Response to a Request. Emma has in the past edited various independent art publications and a local newspaper.

 

How to book a place?

If you wish to attend this workshop book your space at : https://thedock.ticketsolve.com/shows/873613617

Venue

The workshop will be held in The Dock, Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim

 

Date                      Thursday November 24th

 

Schedule 

10:00 am                             Tea, coffee and registration

10:30 am – 13:00pm       Workshop

13:00 am – 13:30pm       Lunch

13:30 am  – 16:00pm      Workshop

Cost

The cost of the workshop is €15 to members of Creative Frame and €30 to non- members.

N.B. Places on this session are prioritised for members of Creative Frame If you wish to register with Creative Frame follow this link prior to booking: creativeframe.eu/register/

 

For further information contact:

Leslie Ryan

Assistant Arts Officer,

Leitrim County Council Arts Office,

Áras an Chontae, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim

T: +353 (0)71 96 21694

E: creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com W: www.creativeframe.eu

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Communications for Creatives – How to present you and your work  with Emma Dwyer

Thursday 21st of November

10.00am – 4:00pm

The Dock, Carrick –on Shannon

The internet is making it easier for creatives to network and reach new audiences both on and off line. Creatives are promoting themselves, consciously or not, as a brand. People are engaging with and buying from makers, artists, and designers online. It’s easy to present you and your work to these audiences through effective communications.

In this workshop creative communications specialist, Emma Dwyer identifies how you as a creative can communicate about your work and market your practice. In the workshop you will be introduced to the basic tools for communication and digital marketing – from building your own website and managing your own social media presence to identifying your core brand and getting press coverage through public relations.

Included in the day is:

  • Identifying your brand
  • Telling your story
  • Finding your audience
  • Building an online presence
  • Write engaging copy
  • Where and how to get press coverage
  • Five steps to building your own site
  • Social media dos and don’ts

Emma Dwyer has experience in various areas of the arts including architecture, theatre, and visual art. Her expertise is in arts communications. She has held roles in Dublin Contemporary 2011, mother’s tankstation, Irish Architecture Foundation, Mermaid County Wicklow Arts Centre and most recently as Communications Manager with EVA International. Alongside a healthy obsession with the internet, Emma loves writing. She is a regular contributor to Image Interiors and Living Magazine and has recently contributed to ‘One Here Now: The Brian O’Doherty / Patrick Ireland Project, Architecture Ireland, and Response to a Request. Emma has in the past edited various independent art publications and a local newspaper.

 

How to book a place?

If you wish to attend this workshop book your space at : https://thedock.ticketsolve.com/shows/873613617

Venue

The workshop will be held in The Dock, Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim

 

Date                      Thursday November 24th

 

Schedule 

10:00 am                             Tea, coffee and registration

10:30 am – 13:00pm       Workshop

13:00 am – 13:30pm       Lunch

13:30 am  – 16:00pm      Workshop

Cost

The cost of the workshop is €15 to members of Creative Frame and €30 to non- members.

N.B. Places on this session are prioritised for members of Creative Frame If you wish to register with Creative Frame follow this link prior to booking: creativeframe.eu/register/

 

For further information contact:

Leslie Ryan

Assistant Arts Officer,

Leitrim County Council Arts Office,

Áras an Chontae, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim

T: +353 (0)71 96 21694

E: creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com W: www.creativeframe.eu