How can artists use social media and branding as a part of their marketing plan?
Once upon a time the word “branding” and “social media” were only considered as part of corporate jargon, but today, both are very much part of the art world.
How can Artists, Musicians, and Creatives use social media as a way to engage audiences and develop a following for their work?
During this panel we will discuss the basics of social media marketing, including: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, blogging, and viral video marketing.
This panel will focus on:
● Why and How to craft a social media strategy.
● Effectively uses for twitter, Facebook, and blogs.
● Which social media works best for your work and your audience.
● How to develop a “brand” that connects with your target audience .
● Using blogs to build a collector base and following for your work.
● Crafting a marketing message that attracts the audience you want to reach.
Jeremy DiPaolo- Brand Consultant, Founder of Villainy & Associates.
Ty Sullivan- Marketing and Social Media Strategist for The NYC Restaurant Group.
Daniel Sroka– Artist and Former Creative Director at Yahoo!
Marni Wandner- President of Sneak Attack Media: Music Marketing and Publicity.
Lainya Magaña- Arts Writer, Independent Curator, and CEO of A&O Public Relations and Marketing.
This event is produced in partnership with The New York Foundation for the Arts.
*Pre-registration is not required. You may pay in-person at the event.*
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When & Where
BAANG + BURNE
Baang + Burne is a roaming contemporary gallery under the direction of Charlie Grosso. Since 2010, Baang + Burne has popped up in New York City in Chelsea, the East Village, and DUMBO for gallery exhibitions, curated artist dinners, and panel discussions; Miami Beach at SCOPE Art Fair and CONTEXT; and during The Armory Week at SCOPE NYC. The gallery is a selected exhibiting partner with ARTSY. Baang + Burne presents work that engage the world at large, generates dialogues and is anti-art snobbery. Art should be made accessible for all. Baang + Burne loves art that is the barbaric expression of the soul and an articulation of the world. Executive Director Charlie Grosso is on the advisory board for EnFoco and manages gallery operations from all corners of the world; this press release is drafted from her safehouse in NYC. The gallery is a social enterprise with the goal of facilitating art as an agent for change.