This Event is FREE for Louth based artists only. A small fee will be charged for those outside of Louth
Webinar: Digital Marketing for Artists
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:
Identifying your brand
Reaching your audience
Social media dos and don’ts
Emma Dwyer is all about arts and culture. She promotes creatives, artists and small businesses and shows her clients how to make the most of their online presence. Alongside a healthy obsession with the internet, Emma loves writing and is regularly published in magazines and arts publications.
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. Emma is a regular contributor to Image Interiors and Living Magazine and has recently contributed to Paper Visual Art, ‘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 community newspaper.
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This Webinar is presented in association with Louth County Council via Creative Spark
Tuesday, 23 March 2021
11:00 - 12:00 GMT
Creative Spark, Clontygora Ct, Muirhevnamore,, Dundalk, Louth, A91 HF77, Ireland