Market your Creative Work in the Digital Age
This will, as usual, be a social mixer, those who attend are asked to bring finger food appetizers to share and beverages of choice, as desired.
Join Mitra Cline of Foreverbird Studio for an informative talk and discussion about the use of social media for marketing your art and communicating your message.
Guest speaker Mitra Cline, artist and entrepreneur, will be discussing the question: What is social media and how can it help artists market and sell their art? This beginner’s introduction to social media will cover such topics as “How to protect original content, copyright, and fair use,” “How to do word-of-mouth marketing and build credibility,” “How to organize contacts,” ” Tools, maps, and plans,” and “Basic reports and analysis.” Ms. Cline will leave time to answer questions during and after the presentation, so that those new to the topic will be able to leave with a better understanding of the use of social media.
Mitra Cline was born in 1982 in Santa Barbara, CA. She holds a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute with an emphasis in painting. She is currently working on her MA in the Creative Life discipline at the Pacifica Graduate Institute with an emphasis in depth psychology. Ms. Cline has exhibited in over 40 art shows in the last 15 years. She is currently exhibiting paintings, managed by Art2Business. Her creative talents include commercial applications. Cline operates Foreverbird Studio, a local business that provides creative services to companies and individuals. Her responsibilities have included: Marketing Director for community arts non-profit; Art Director for print publications; Creative Director for mobile marketing; and Visual Designer for iFixit.com
– winning best online community at SXSW in 2011.
Santa Ynez Valley Arts is a committee under the aegis of the Artists Guild of Santa Ynez Valley, a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Santa Ynez Valley Arts is committed to expanding and supporting access and exposure to the arts in the Santa Ynez Valley, thereby enhancing quality of life in our community. The committee sponsors art programs, events, communications, and other efforts that mutually benefit artists, businesses, residents, and visitors to the Valley. Those interested in learning more are encouraged to visit santaynezvalleyarts.org
February 19: How to Market your Creative Work in the Digital Age
St. Mark’s-In-The-Valley Episcopal Church: Stacy Hall
2901 Nojoqui Avenue, Los Olivos • 5:00–7:00 PM