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Live online Thought-Provoking Conversations

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This is your opportunity to be on the ground floor of a movement to create the future of participatory thought-provoking entertainment.
Seeking engaging self-starters to coordinate live online thought-provoking conversations. Successful candidate(s) will gain leadership skills and while using technology to foster community engagement and encourage conversations about innovation, faith, the environment, or people-to-people ambassadorship.

Learning Outcomes:

- Leadership skills
- Teamwork with in-person and remote colleagues
- Effective methods for online community-building

Responsibilities:

- Invite organizations and individuals to participate in live conversations
- Participate in live online conversations on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday evenings
- Recruit users to participate in ThinQ.tv conversations on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings
- Share announcements and content on social media

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- Demonstrated an ability to accomplish goals through previous academic, volunteer, or work experience
- Excellent conversational and writing skills

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Within The Scroll - A dance/ movement invitation

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Calling All Dancers, Movers and Expansive Thinkers!

Within the Scroll is a choreography / movement project using and questioning the unique stage of social media as a performance venue. Through this project I am interested in the following questions (and more!). How does social media connect and inspire us? Can one score be inclusive and inviting to dancers and non-dancers of multiple genres and backgrounds? Are we actually a community in our links, follows, double taps and likes? And lastly, can this project promote the investigation of where we are in real time and space while bringing positivity to inclusive dance in social media? 

Submitted videos will be shared in two ways. 1. Posted on various social media outlets and 2. edited together to make a larger dance on film project. Artists can choose between either or both options. Complete project guidelines are available at the link below.

GROUPS, SOLOS, CLASSROOMS, ALL AGES, ALL BODIES! ALL DANCE & MOVEMENT FORMS INVITED.

Submissions received February 14th through June 16th, 2018.

 

Interested in participating? Click the link to download Score and Submission Instructions.  

*Please pass along to moving individuals who would be intrigued.*

 

Questions? Please email movementassembly@gmail.com

 

Dance is for everyone. #withinthescroll1 Do you!

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06/16/2018
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How to Cut Through - Profile Building & Digital Marketing for Artists

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https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-cut-through-profile-building-digital-marketing-for-artists-tickets-29372006462

FRIDAY 9 DECEMBER

ST GEORGE'S CONCERT HALL, BRISTOL BS1 5RR

 

1: Cutting Through in a Crowded Space

9.45 AM - 1 PM

Take your work and professional profile to the next level. Learn how to navigate the art world effectively, build your reputation, sell your work through galleries, and fund your next project.

The morning workshop is led by visual arts producer Kath Cockshaw who has worked with emerging, mid-career and high profile artists since 1998. Each course section is designed to help you realise specific goals, supported by the afternoon Social Media Workshop:

  • Your Route to Success: Identify what you want to achieve, where you want your work to appear, and the tools and steps you need to take to get there

  • Mapping Today's Art World: This workshop gives a birds-eye view of different types of display and sales spaces on and off-line, and how to access them

  • Show and Sell: Get the low-down on working with galleries, art fairs and marketing representatives, and learn ways to manage your/ their expectations

  • Funding Your Next Step: Consider the options for funding your next project or exhibition, and learn the secrets of successful crowdfunding.

 

2: Social Media Workshop

2 PM – 5 PM

Build your confidence and make social media work for you. Learn the vital skills you’ll need to promote you and your work from experienced marketing professionals.

This three hour social media workshop, designed for beginners/ intermediate level users will be delivered by digital marketing professionals Sean Buchan and Chris Bettles. The session will enable you to become more proficient and comfortable with social media so that it becomes a more steady, enjoyable part of your creative process.

Assuming some basic knowledge of social media, we will teach you how to:

  • Build your confidence online with sound advice and hands on practice to develop your skills

  • Discover which social media platforms are best for you, how to use them effectively and efficiently – and, importantly, how to have fun along the way

  • Learn how to develop an authentic voice online, get noticed by the right people, build and engage with relevant audiences, and create interesting, original content to promote you and your work.

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NB If we do not have 8 people or more signed up for this event before Saturday 3 December, we will fully reimburse all those who have booked a place and postpone the event until early in 2017. Any queries please contact kath@hopperprojects.com/ 07970 042120.

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