Creative Capital, NYFA Present “Internet for Artists Workshop”

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CreativityThis information comes courtesy of Creative Capital…

The Creative Capital Professional Development Program is pleased to announce our upcoming Internet for Artists workshop, Nov. 13-15, presented in conjunction with the New York Foundation for the Arts.

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What: Internet For Artists Weekend Workshop
When: November 13-15, 2009
Where: NYFA, 20 Jay Street, 7th Floor, in DUMBO.Registration and Fees: Workshop fee is $275.
Early registration: $250; deadline is November 2, 2009.

Creative Capital has received underwriting to help offset the cost of this workshop for all participants. This event is limited to 24 participants. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Sign up now at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/86160

Workshop Description:
“Internet for Artists” will explore how Internet resources can be used to build audience, expand community, amplify marketing and extend administrative resources. Participants will develop a step-by-step, holistic strategy to use a range of Internet applications to achieve specific career goals. Additionally, the workshop will help artists’ expand their thinking to quickly recognize and implement the possibilities of new technologies as they develop.

This Weekend Workshop is an intensive two and one-half days based on a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum. The workshop format employs lectures, interactive exercises, break-out sessions, and one-on-one consultations. The workshop begins with presentations by the participating artists, and participants receive access to an online handbook full of practical, how-to information.

The Workshop will be led by: Matthew Deleget, Brad Lichtenstein, Steve Lambert, Eve Mosher and Sue Schaffner.

Workshop topics include:

Managing the Push: Communicating effectively using email, feeds, your website, etc.
Communities: Building a network to support you and your work, how to use that network to extend your practice.
Push/Pull: Using the native interactivity available to create effective websites and build your connections to your audience.
Being Efficient: How to identify shortcuts and use your computer and the Internet more efficiently.

Please visit the Creative Capital website for more information on the Professional Development Program, this workshop and our leaders, as well as other upcoming PDP events at http://creative-capital.org/pdp.