Win a scholarship, a $110 value, courtesy of Heavybubble: websites for artists Think of a very brief compelling statement in response to this question: What’s your alternative art Thing?
Alternative Marketing for Alternative Galleries
A 6-week online course from Maryann Devine of smArts & Culture, that you do at your own pace. If you’re part of an artist-run Thing – a cooperative gallery, an on-again-off-again group that shows together, or maybe you’re organizing a pop-up exhibition – Alt Marketing can help you spread the word about your awesomeness without compromising who you are. No business jargon, no gross marketing tactics. You get clear lessons that help you focus on what really makes a difference for your artists’ group.
complete course description:
HERE'S HOW TO ENTER:
1. think of a very brief compelling statement in response to this question:
What's your alternative art thing?
2. use Facebook
to submit your statement:
- RSVP to this Event and post your statement on the event wall
- include the hashtag #heavybubble
in the tweet with your statement (keep it short and sweet)
Tweet or post your statement by June 24.
WINNER announced June 30.
Check this page or our facebook page if you don't hear from us!
Follow either @heavybubble or @maryanndevine on twitter and we will notify you by direct message
Winner must begin the course by July 16.
Scholarship is non-transferable, and the judging is totally subjective.
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DON'T KNOW ABOUT heavybubble?
Heavybubble is a smart, easy, do-it-yourself subscription web service for career artists. Heavybubble website are goodlooking; helping artists get their work before new audiences, and present it effectively. We sponsor art-related activities and present exhibitions at our gallery 110 Church in Old City, ART @t Bridge Club of Center City, and other alternative spaces in Philadelphia.
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DON'T KNOW ABOUT smArts & Culture?
lives smack-dab in the space between art and business. Trained as an artist, she was an early member of Vox Populi cooperative gallery, and showed her work in group and solo shows in the Philadelphia area. After working in marketing and public relations for cultural nonprofits, she started smArts & Culture to help arts people learn marketing skills and use them to their advantage. She has worked with individual artists as well as arts organizations as large as the Smithsonian Institution, through Night Kitchen Interactive. She has taught courses in arts marketing for Drexel University's graduate program in arts administration.