Saturday 18 January
Central Branch – Kingston Frontenac Public Library
Join visual branding specialists and Managing Partners of KLEKTiV23 Eyob Tzu and Nathalie Valois as they demonstrate how to maximize your Instagram presence to build your visual voice and brand.
This workshop will focus on:
The session will include artist case studies and KLEKTiV23’s own experiences growing online communities to help you actively develop and apply smart, straightforward strategies that will allow you to grow and professionalize your visual identity on social media.
**Please note that this is not an ‘Instagram 101’ workshop but a deeper dive into how to best utilize the platform. Participants are required to have an active Instagram account.**
Please register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/instagram-for-arts-marketing-tickets-86811933831
This workshop is Pay What You Can, $10 suggested. (Click on Tickets to access all the price options).
About the facilitators
Social media guru, Tzu is a graduate from the Music Industry Arts Program at Algonquin College. He is an abstract visual artist, a rap artist, a photographer and a poet. Tzu brings his skill in storytelling to speak through his visuals, making every detail count to make the story breathe easy.
Nathalie is always on the lookout for opportunities and growth in an ever changing industry. She has worked with institutions such as the National Gallery of Canada and Edible Ottawa before getting involved with the visual world through videography, and co-funding KLEKTiV23 with Tzu.
Based in Ottawa, KLEKTiV23 (@klektiv23) provides brand creation and strategic marketing consultancy for artists working in the music industry.
If you require on-site childcare or transportation support, please email Laura at email@example.com before Friday 10 January. If you have any accessibility concerns or questions, reach out to Laura Chaignon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613 546-2787. The Central Branch of Kingston Frontenac Library is an accessible space.
Read more at http://www.artskingston.ca/kac-events/