Look Who’s Talking - Social Media, Theatre, and the Arts in Washington
As Washington celebrates its extraordinary arts and cultural offerings during the month-long Art4All DC celebration, theatreWashington and the Social Media Club of DC will combine forces for an evening about loving and living with social media - and the leading role it now plays in theatre and arts communities.
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Busboys and Poets at 5th and K Streets, NW
Whether you're an arts professional, audience member, friend, or follower, respected Social Media Specialist Jason McCool (@coolmcjazz) and the following panel of social media pros, will give you the inside dish, the dos and the don’ts on using social media to find and build your community.
PHILIPPA HUGHES (@pinklineproject): founder of PinkLine Project, DC's premiere website for art-related events
CHELSEY CHRISTENSEN (@chelseyDC): tweeter, actress, Development Manager for Individual Giving at Imagination Stage, social media for Forum Theatre
CHAD BAUMAN (@chadbauman): Associate Executive Director at Arena Stage, former Director of Communications/social media for Arena
PAULETTE BEETE (@mouthflowers): Senior Writer/Editor/Social Media for National Endowment for the Arts (@NEAarts)
With presentations, predictions, a little Q&A, networking with those in the know, you will forge exciting new connections. Follow #DCartsUp and join the conversation @theatreWashDC.
Space is limited to the first 100 participants – and it’s free.
This event is presented as a theatreWashington Green Room, a monthly opportunity bringing Washington area theatre professionals together for collaboration and mentoring. To learn more go towww.theatrewashington.org and twitter.com/theatrewashdc.
Social Media Club of DC is a volunteer organization that strives to connect leading influencers and social media enthusiasts on and off-line. If you get it, share it. To learn more go towww.socialmediaclubdc.org/ and twitter.com/smcdc.