Professional Practices for Artists Continues with Online Marketing Course
Professional Practices for Artists provides training opportunities to improve the ability of creative professionals to market themselves, access opportunities, and generate income from their work. The courses are led by practicing artists.
The upcoming module in this instructional series is focused on social media and online marketing skills. Artists of all skill levels are welcome to attend.
Building Your Online Presence
Thursdays, October 19 to November 9, 6:30 – 9:30 pm
Leader: Carole Epp (Musing About Mud)
Tickets: $100 general / $75 SCC members and students + service fees
Location: Void Gallery, 312 Ave B South, Saskatoon, SK
This course will survey a variety of online platforms available proven successful for artists and other creative professionals.
Carole Epp, founder of Musing About Mud – a blog and Instagram account with over 13k followers – will cover concepts ranging from marketing and branding to content production to contextual considerations for dissemination to practical “how-to's” of online social media platforms.
This is not a “how to build your website” course, but rather how to use the internet to grow your business. It is suitable for beginners to those with an established web presence. Carole will take beginners through the process of developing an online portfolio – including a website and social media – explaining how to use a variety of free online resources while working with those who are more experienced to refine each aspect of their online presence.
This program has been developed by the Saskatchewan Craft Council and Void Gallery with support from the Creative Saskatchewan’s Business Capacity Grant Program.
Complete details of this module and the complete Professional Practices for Artists Programs can be found here.