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Workshop

Staying Authentic While Marketing Your Work

Event Date: 07.14.2021

Time: 6-8pm

They say 80% of life is showing up. How one shows up determines the rest. Whether it’s an interview, Google search, Pinterest post, TED talk or a conversation over tea, making sure the impression one leaves leads to interest, opportunity, and growth for both you and your audience is crucial. In this workshop, participants will learn some of the strategies and apply practical knowhow to promote themselves and their services with excellence and authenticity in both in-person and online spaces. Participants will leave the workshop with a fuller understanding of themselves and some tried-and-true methods for presenting and pitching their art and their practice. Daniel Callahan is an award-winning transmedia artist, designer and filmmaker. In addition to running his own multimedia production company and art practice, he teaches film and video at Emerson College and The Institute of Contemporary Art.

Best suited for visual and media artists. Open and free to artists across Massachusetts.

Hosted by Assets for Artists in partnership with Mass Cultural Council.

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Assets for Artists is committed to making all professional development workshops and webinars as accessible as possible. If you have additional questions or to request accommodations to ensure your participation, please contact Assets for Artists.

Add to Calendar 07/14/2021 06:00 PM 07/14/2021 06:00 PM America/New_York Staying Authentic While Marketing Your Work Time: 6-8pm They say 80% of life is showing up. How one shows up determines the rest. Whether it’s an interview, Google search, Pinterest post, TED talk or a conversation over tea, making sure the impression one leaves leads to interest, opportunity, and growth for both you and your audience is ...

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