Buzz: Apr 30, 2014 – Leveraging Events to Market Your Art
April 30 Art Buzz helps Artists find ways to connect with event organizers
Where: Arts Block, Greenfield, MA
When: April 30, 2014, 6-8 pm
Artists can learn about opportunities to promote their art by learning about how to connect with event organizers and create new ways to collaborate. How can artists benefit from being involved with Art Walks, Third Thursdays in Turners Falls, Creative Workshop Tours, RiverFest, Cider Days, DIY workshops, and the wide range of events that happen or are being planned all year throughout Franklin County. Artists can learn about events, meet the organizers and share ideas to create new ways to incorporate artists into local events.
Artists and event organizers are invited to participate on April 30, Arts Block from 6-8pm. Be sure to bring your handouts.
The panel of speakers include Mary Vilbon, Executive Director of Greater Shelburne Falls Area Business Association, Lisa Davol, Marketing and Membership Manager of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, Suzanne LoManto, Director of Turners FallsRiver Culture, and moderated by Ann Hamilton, Executive Director of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. This event is free on April 30 from 6-8 at the Arts Block, Greenfield and will be catered by the Chowder House. The Buzz event is sponsored by Fostering Art and Culture Project (FACP) who organizes these monthly networking events from Sept – June at the Arts Block, Greenfield.
Future BUZZ events are featuring:
- May 28, The Creative Ground: Learn about New England Foundation for the Arts’s new database and how it can help you market your business around New England.
- June 25, Local Culture Council Info Panel: Learn how to find money for your creative project around MA.
Fostering Art and Culture Project (FACP) is a partnership of artistic, business, and civic stakeholders committed to growing the creative economy in Franklin County.
FACP aims to increase artists’ capacity, promote cultural tourism to our area, and hold up the centrality of the arts in public life.
For more information contact Lisa Davol, Franklin County Chamber of Commerce at 773-5463 or visit www.fosteringartandculture.org