Studio Sessions Webinars Return!

Visual Arts Nova Scotia announces the return of Studio Sessions, the webinar series for artists, which debuted last winter. Starting on Wednesday, February 15, at 6pm AT, this three-part online workshop series will focus on professional development for artists in the internet age. Each one hour session will be taught by artist, entrepreneur, and popular workshop instructor Stacey Cornelius, and will allow artists from across the country to learn about branding, sales, and technology tools, from the comfort of their own home or studio.

Technology Essentials will explore tools for websites, blogs and newsletters and how artists can best use them to grow their reputation and customer base.

Brand Essentials will help artists polish their real world and online presence, with a focus on typography and layout tips for non-designers.

Sales Essentials will examine how to create an optimal experience for your customers, and how to make it easy and enjoyable to buy from artists.

Individual webinars will be available to VANS members for $18, and $28 for non-members. Members can register for all three webinars at a cost of $45, and non-members can register for all three at a cost of $75. Registration information can be found at: http://www.visualarts.ns.ca/programs/vans-workshops/

February 15 – Technology Essentials: The Best Tools for Artists
February 22 – Brand Essentials: Make a Professional Impression (Even on a Tiny Budget)
March 1 – Sales Essentials: Knock Down the Barriers to Selling

Let’s be honest, it is hard get motivated to leave your house or studio and travel in winter weather to attend a workshop. This webinar series is short, jam packed with great information and you can take part without leaving home.

For further information regarding this series please contact:
Carri MacKay
Programming Coordinator
902.423.4694 | 1.866.225.8267 | f: 902.422.0881
communicate@visualarts.ns.ca

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