February 28, 2020, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. — Café Résonance — 5175A Av. du Parc
We often hear how important it is to market our work and build an online brand for ourselves in order to grown our audience. But what does it mean to actually do that? In this workshop we’ll be learning about developing your brand and aesthetic in a way that is authentic to you, finding an audience that will resonate with your work, and thinking outside the box for promoting and marketing.
Frankie Teardrop (Artist and Founder of LIP & Slut Island)
Hervé Kalongo (Co-founder of Moonshine)
Félix Brochier (Co-founder of Moonshine)
Cameron Reed (Director of Marketing at Arts & Crafts)
$15 at the door, or buy a full series pass here.