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All these ‘Tweets’, Hashtags’ and ‘Likes” got you feeling behind in this 21st century world? Join artist, educator and EFC Board Member, Becky Barsi, as she demonstrates simple and effective approaches for using social media to promote your art or business. This interactive workshop will introduce you to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and the tools you’ll need to get you networking today! Bring your own device (laptop and/or iPad/smartphone). Digital images of your artwork or of yourself in the studio, saved to computer, flash drive, smartphone, or the cloud are optional. We will work individually or in small groups.
NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP IS FREE FOR EFC MEMBERS.
PLEASE CALL US AT: (603) 778-8282 TO REGISTER.
Don't want to pay the additional online registration fee? You can also register for this workshop either by calling us at (603) 778-8282 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The most complete, up-to-date information and a printable registration form can be found at exeterfinecrafts.com.
Separate tuition checks are required for each class/workshop. Please make tuition checks payable to: Exeter Fine Crafts, 61 Water Street, Exeter, N.H. 03833 or call (603) 778-8282.
Online registration is available for an additional fee through our website: www.exeterfinecrafts.com/Courses.html
Students are considered registered when tuition is paid in full. If, after paying, a student is unable to attend, tuition will be refunded; less a $25 processing fee (in addition to any online processing fees if paid online). Refund possible only if student withdraws (by phone or in writing) at least 10 days prior to the first class.
If the class is cancelled by EFC or the date is changed and the student is unable to attend, a full refund will be given. If the class is cancelled or the date is changed, students will be notified one week prior to the advertised start of class.
Every effort will be made to contact students if class is cancelled due to severe weather. Students may also contact the shop. A make-up class will be scheduled.
Gift certificates are available for classes.
When & Where
Exeter Fine Crafts
The Exeter Fine Crafts gallery opened for business in October, 1966, with its mission to promote crafts and craftsmanship in New Hampshire. Today, the mission remains the same. Our retail shop is a great place to find wonderful handcrafted work made by skilled artisans. In addition, we offer a variety of high quality craft classes for adults and professional craftspeople in our downstairs studios.