Digital Marketing for Artists with Emma Dwyer

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  • Date: Thursday June 2nd

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Digital Marketing for Artists with Emma Dwyer-Tuesday June 2nd @11.30am

Social Media is full of creative opportunities: networking, sales, and developing new audiences. Promoting work online can be done effectively when the message is right. In this one hour webinar communications specialist, Emma Dwyer talks about digital marketing for creative practices. The basic tools of how to best communicate your practice to your audiences through social media and other online platforms will be covered.

Included in the webinar are three key areas:

路 Identifying your brand

路 Reaching your audience

路 Social media dos and don鈥檛s

This event will take the form of聽 ZOOM video meeting. To聽participate you will need a laptop/desktop computer with a webcam聽 and a good internet connection (broadband or 4G). Once you have registered you will be sent a meeting ID and a Password.

If you have participated in a workshop with Emma previously and would like to avail of a one to one review of your digital profiles email us at creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

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鈥檚 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 Paper Visual Art, 鈥極ne Here Now: The Brian O鈥橠oherty / Patrick Ireland Project, Architecture Ireland, and Response to a Request. Emma has in the past edited various independent art publications and a community newspaper.

This event for members of Creative Frame, a free network for full time professional artists of all disciplines in the North West of Ireland. If you are interested in learning more about the network visit https://www.creativeframe.eu

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Digital Marketing for Artists with Emma Dwyer-Tuesday June 2nd @11.30am

Social Media is full of creative opportunities: networking, sales, and developing new audiences. Promoting work online can be done effectively when the message is right. In this one hour webinar communications specialist, Emma Dwyer talks about digital marketing for creative practices. The basic tools of how to best communicate your practice to your audiences through social media and other online platforms will be covered.

Included in the webinar are three key areas:

路 Identifying your brand

路 Reaching your audience

路 Social media dos and don鈥檛s

This event will take the form of聽 ZOOM video meeting. To聽participate you will need a laptop/desktop computer with a webcam聽 and a good internet connection (broadband or 4G). Once you have registered you will be sent a meeting ID and a Password.

If you have participated in a workshop with Emma previously and would like to avail of a one to one review of your digital profiles email us at creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

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鈥檚 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 Paper Visual Art, 鈥極ne Here Now: The Brian O鈥橠oherty / Patrick Ireland Project, Architecture Ireland, and Response to a Request. Emma has in the past edited various independent art publications and a community newspaper.

This event for members of Creative Frame, a free network for full time professional artists of all disciplines in the North West of Ireland. If you are interested in learning more about the network visit https://www.creativeframe.eu

Share this Opportunity

Digital Marketing for Artists with Emma Dwyer-Tuesday June 2nd @11.30am

Social Media is full of creative opportunities: networking, sales, and developing new audiences. Promoting work online can be done effectively when the message is right. In this one hour webinar communications specialist, Emma Dwyer talks about digital marketing for creative practices. The basic tools of how to best communicate your practice to your audiences through social media and other online platforms will be covered.

Included in the webinar are three key areas:

路 Identifying your brand

路 Reaching your audience

路 Social media dos and don鈥檛s

This event will take the form of聽 ZOOM video meeting. To聽participate you will need a laptop/desktop computer with a webcam聽 and a good internet connection (broadband or 4G). Once you have registered you will be sent a meeting ID and a Password.

If you have participated in a workshop with Emma previously and would like to avail of a one to one review of your digital profiles email us at creativeframeleitrim@gmail.com

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鈥檚 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 Paper Visual Art, 鈥極ne Here Now: The Brian O鈥橠oherty / Patrick Ireland Project, Architecture Ireland, and Response to a Request. Emma has in the past edited various independent art publications and a community newspaper.

This event for members of Creative Frame, a free network for full time professional artists of all disciplines in the North West of Ireland. If you are interested in learning more about the network visit https://www.creativeframe.eu