Community Building for the Arts in a Digital Age
Monday, June 15
In today's high-paced world, with so many things competing for our time and attention, creating a community around your content is a critical component of survival. Regardless of whether you're an artist looking to reach art collectors or a museum looking to reach new audiences, successful community building can help generate enthusiasm and loyalty for your work and programming.
At this meetup session, we'll be taking a look at the strategies employed by companies who have built vibrant and active communities. They'll share some of their best practices, tactics (both online and off), and provide some tips for community engagement.
The roundtable panel will consist of:
Walt Ribeiro -- Walt is "The Internet's Music Teacher" and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, LA Times, and more. He writes short bios, but leaves long impressions. Follow him @WaltRibeiro.
Soraya Darabi -- Soraya is Manager of Digital Partnership & Buzz Marketing for The New York Times and Communications Board Founder of Goods4Good.org.
Andres Glusman -- Andres is VP of Insights & Strategy at Meetup. Andres leads the Strategy and Community teams, which help bring users and insights about their behavior into everything Meetup does.
Matt Stinchcomb -- Matt is VP of Community at Etsy.com. In this role he handles the company's marketing strategy, community development, and strategic partnerships. He has worked in digital media since 1997. Stinchcomb is also an avid musician and printmaker. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Benedikta
The panel discussion will be followed by an opportunity to mix and mingle. There will also be a wine bar, so please bring cash!
There is a $5 cover for this event. You can pay at the door or RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/Arts-Culture-and-Technology/calendar/10391691/
|26 Greene Street (between Grand and Canal St)
New York NY 10013 - tel. 212.334.3347
Subway: Canal Street stop on N,R,Q,W - 6 - A,C,E
Based in the Soho arts district of New York, Location One is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to fostering new forms of creative expression and cultural exchange through exhibitions, residencies, performances, public lectures and workshops. Traditionally focused on technological experimentation and new media, Location One's residencies and programs have favored social and political discourse and dialogue, and acted as a catalyst for collaborations. With a unique environment providing individualized training, support, and guidance to each artist, as well as exposure for their creations and collaborations, Location One continues to nurture the spirit of experimentation that it considers the cornerstone of its mission.
Media Contact: For further information on this exhibition or Location One, or for images or interviews, please contact Cody Montgomery at 212-334-3347 or http://location1.org/contact