Your Art's Great So Why Are You Hiding It? Getting confident with Social Media, Journalists and the Press

3rd of March, 2018

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Ever wondered how (and why) other artists are featured in the media? This professional development workshop for artists delivers easy, cost-free steps and behind-the-scenes tips from arts journalist, Paula Silbert.
In just half a day, you'll receive:

-Tried and tested ways to receive thousands of dollars of free media.
-Simple ways to get the best out of Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and LinkedIn.
-Essential ingredients for your next media release.
-What you must (and mustn't) say to journalists.
-A step-by-step media release check-list.
-Easy ways to identify the media that's good for you, your studio and your event.
-Practical, relevant working documents that participants will refer to long after the workshop.

The Presenter
Paula Silbert possesses the bright eyes and battle scars that come from a life lived in the creative industries. She is an energetic arts consultant, curator and media personality who champions artists.

Paula mentors emerging and established practitioners and has advised the Art Gallery of WA, commercial and university galleries, and local government cities, towns and arts centres. She was the foundation director of the Festival Fringe in WA, inaugurating curator for the St John of God Hospital Art Collection, and is well-known for her arts radio segments broadcast on commercial radio stations 94.5FM, 96FM and 6PR.

Presented as part of the City of Stirling's Mind Your Arts Program.

Date & Time: Saturday 17 March, 1.00pm - 4.30pm
Venue: Mount Flora Regional Museum, 30 Elvire Street, Watermans Bay
Cost: $110.00 - includes all materials and tea/coffee break, lunch not provided

To book: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/your-arts-great-so-why-are-you-hiding-it-getting-confident-with-social-media-journalists-and-the-tickets-42970861002

Need more information?
Contact the Arts Officer on (08) 9205 8555 or email culture@stirling.wa.gov.au