Social Networking for Artists and Performers: Developing and Maintaining an Online Presence

Want to use social media — sign up for a Facebook page, begin to tweet, start a blog — to promote your work, but don’t quite know how? Feel like what you’re already doing isn’t quite enough? Join TAI and Hamilton County artist and social networking afficionado Geoff Davis online on April 5 at 4:30 p.m. EDT (UTC−04:00) for our next webinar.

Davis, a woodcarver, musician, and educator, will introduce sites and explain how to use them, describe the best methods for attracting more fans and followers, and explain new opportunities to sell work online. In addition to covering the basics, Davis will also introduce new tools to improve what artists are already doing.

The webinar will last approximately an hour, including time devoted to answering questions. As always, this webinar is free and open to the public. To join, participants should have access a computer with working speakers or headphones and navigate to http://breeze.iu.edu/tai_webinars at the appropriate time. Click here if you’d like to see a screenshot showing what exactly to do after navigating to the webinar site.

After the webinar, participants will be able to access a recording of the webinar to review or catch up on anything they may have missed.

Above: Davis, a woodcarver, musician, educator, and avid user of social media. 

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4 Responses to Social Networking for Artists and Performers: Developing and Maintaining an Online Presence

  1. Kate Scott says:

    Your sister Sally, here on Lopez, told me about you….and I’m hoping to access some of your expertise in the area of…self promotion! Thanks for doing what you do!
    Kate

  2. Joy says:

    It’s at 4:30 in what time zone, please?

  3. admin says:

    Hi there, Joy! This will take place at 4:30 EDT (UTC−04:00). Hope you can join us!

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