Creative Workshop - Engaging Social Media
Learn how to build your social media audience and grow your profile with visual artist and cultural practitioner, Alex Stalling.
Have you always wanted to know how to conquer social media but you're not sure where to start? This could be the workshop for you!
Facilitated by Alex Stalling, you will discover how to reach and build audiences, select the right platform, grow your following and much more in this free, hands on session.
All community groups, creatives, artsworkers, creative businesses and organisations are encouraged to attend!
About the presenter:
Alex Stalling is an Australian visual artist & cultural practitioner now based in Toowoomba Queensland. Exploring representational self-portraits through automatic painting, motifs and linework. Her career includes a professional arts practice, exhibitions, public art, committees, community activations, professional development & mentoring, gallery services, digital content creation, maker & product designer, event coordinator and business entrepreneur.
She is the founder of Tinker (2018-present), Co-founder of Made Creative Space Toowoomba (2011-2013), founder Attic Art Space (2009-2010) and has managed and facilitate numerous community art & cultural events across the Darling Downs.
Things to note:
The workshops will commence at 10am - 4pm with a break for lunch.
Please BYO laptop, phone or tablet, lunch, water, pen and paper.
Other workshops in this series:
Grant Writing - how to master creative grants and paid opportunities with guest speaker Dr Louise Mayhew - 10am Saturday, 4 November 2023
(ticketing for the final workshop will be announced closer to the event)
As part of the annual Somerset Arts Networking program of events, these workshops are made possible by support from the Regional Arts Development Fund in collaboration with Flying Arts Alliance Inc.
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Somerset Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.