Developing your Digital Footprint: Creating and presenting engaging digital content
10.15am - 4pm Tuesday 17 September 2013, Chapter, Market Road, Cardiff, CF5 1QE
This practical workshop, led by Axisweb and digital consultant Emma Hutson, offers professionals working in the visual arts advice on how to plan and produce engaging and affordable digital content.
The day will provide guidance on planning, measuring and disseminating content to enable you to build audiences, encourage visitor interaction and develop your digital footprint.
The workshop is an opportunity to engage, interact and share with peers and colleagues.
This event is for you if you want to...
- Understand how you can use the web to reach and engage with audiences
- Explore the changing nature of content and how it’s consumed
- Increase the impact of your digital activities
- Collaborate, share your knowledge and ideas with other art professionals
- Get some practical tips to help you develop your digital footprint
The workshop will cover:
- Producing engaging content
- Film production
- Making the most of your assets
- Using and measuring the impact of social media
- Using Google Analytics
How to Book
Space is limited and booking is essential.
Developing a Digital Footprint is free to attend for art professionals working in the visual arts and has been funded by the Arts Council of Wales
Contact us at [email protected] for more information.
Axisweb supports contemporary art in the UK by giving artists and art professionals a platform to showcase their work, find work opportunities, stay informed and make meaningful connections. We also help individuals and organisations in the arts to exploit digital platforms to reach new audiences and further their aims. Our team encompasses a unique combination of experience and expertise, including digital strategy, digital producers, communications, audience development, artistic and curatorial practice.
About Emma Hutson
Emma Hutson is a digital consultant who spent 10 years leading digital projects for the BBC and worked as a TV producer on arts programmes including Newsnight Review. Emma has a wide experience of creating content for online and interactive services in the arts, learning and lifestyle sectors.
Developing your Digital Footprint is supported by the Arts Council of Wales