Clay communications: break through the marketing barrier | 19 November

Clay communications: break through the marketing barrier | 19 November

Event info

Where: Artisan, 381 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006

When: 10:30am-12:30pm, Saturday 19 November

Cost: Free

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About the event

Have you ever wondered how to get your art noticed in the media?

Or how to make a promotional film about yourself?

Or how to get your work into magazines?

We have the answers for you!

 

The Australian Ceramics Association (TACA) and Artisan have teamed up to host a special event: Clay Communications – break through the marketing barrier. Join our special guests in discussion about how to take marketing your craft to the next level.

Journal of Australian Ceramics editor and TACA CEO Vicki Grima will give you tips on how to get your work published, from sending images to magazines to pitching an article.

Videographer Sophie Dique will take you through the essential steps to filming your practice and what you need to think about when crafting a visual message.

And ceramic artist and Objects of Desire curator Shannon Garson will talk about using social media effectively to promote your art, writing a killer artist statement and applying for funding.

This is an essential event for any artist, from beginner through to professional. Come along and get the information you need to get your art out there.

Join Vicki and Shannon for a yum-cha in Chinatown afterwards!

 

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This event is part of a series of events brought to you by the Objects of Desire: Contemporary Clay exhibition, curated for Artisan by Australian Ceramics Association President Shannon Garson. Stay tuned for the new listings as they are released! See Objects of Desire: Contemporary Clay on display Gallery Artisan (381 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley) from 13 September to 19 November.

Objects of Desire is supported by the Visions regional touring program, an Australian Government program aiming to improve access to cultural material for all Australians.


Feature image: Sophia Dique filming Clairy Laurence in her studio. Photo by Shannon Garson.


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