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Creating and Maintaining a Relevant Web Presence for Artists
w/ Carole Epp
Tuesday, January 28th, 2020, 7pm
AKA/PAVED Arts Event Space

In this workshop we’ll map out how to establish an online presence, beginning with the solid foundation of a portfolio based website and then expanding to include a number of social media sites and how to maintain and optimize them. This course covers content development, context concerns and considerations, and how to optimize time spent online. We’ll also spend some time introducing fun apps that make branding and content creation fun and engaging. Participants are encouraged to submit their current website and social media links prior to the workshop in order to receive specific feedback on their current practices. Existing website and social media links are not a requirement. Course is open to artists with all levels of experiences.

Carole Epp is a Canadian ceramic artist living and working in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She received her Masters Degree in Ceramics from the Australian National University in 2005 and has maintained a full-time studio practice since. Her ceramics branch off into two distinct bodies of work wherein she produces a line of figurative sculptural objects as well as domestic functional objects. Her work has been exhibited throughout Canada, Australia, Scotland and the United States. She has taught workshops in Canada, the United States and Australia on ceramics, social media and professional practice. Her artwork and writing have also been published in magazine publications, websites and books; most notably in 2017 in Ceramics Monthly when she was named the Ceramic Artist of the Year. A fierce advocate for the ceramics community, she is editor of Musing About Mud an online blog that showcases information, calls for entry, exhibitions and artist profiles related to the ceramic arts; and is the co-founder of Make and Do ceramics which is a Canadian collective focused on the promotion of Canadian ceramics internationally.

No experience necessary!

Members: FREE
Non-members: $50 (Price of membership at time of registration or $25 for students/underemployed)

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