Social Media for the Arts: An Un-Conference

Social Media for the Arts: An Un-Conference

After a conversation with Andrea Halwa, Executive Director at The London Arts Council, followed by a subsequent conversation with Carol Kehoe, Partnerships Manager at Museum London, I have become involved in organizing an Un-Conference on Social Media for the Arts.

This event will feature a full-day of sessions and discussions that seeks to connect artists, art administrators, and even art dealers with the social media practitioners and enthusiasts who can help them understand the value, potential, and benefits of new media.  London’s very own social media experts, Titus Ferguson and Bill Deys are on board as the event’s key organizers.

For this podcamp-style event, we’re currently seeking sponsorship, and will soon be requesting speakers.

In order to help potential sponsors and speakers understand our intentions and plans, this document describes our work to this point on this conference.

Social Media And The Arts Overview (PDF)

Feel free to contact me with any questions!

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