DEADLINE : 23rd October, 7:00 - 8:00pm
|Learn the importance of self-branding and reputation management for your online presence as an artist. This webinar will provide advice on how to effectively present yourself and your work online, as well as how to protect your art and reputation via copyright laws, documentation and online publishing.
Time: 7.00 – 8.00pm
Venue: Your Computer
Cost: FreeThis workshop is part of our programs for Artists + Artsworkers.
| KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES
– Introduction to social media
– Introduction to self-branding
– Introduction to building a reputation
| PLEASE BRING
No specific requirements
|ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Liam Herne is an interdisciplinary artist from Watford, UK whose work explores the human condition and how it is presented through our interactions online. Inspired by various facets of the internet and social media such as Facebook, memes and online gaming, he works predominately with photographic media and video. Now based in Brisbane, Liam currently works as an Arts Educator and professional artist, creating his photographic works by combining kitsch imagery with abstract expressionism. His work is quasi-autobiographical as it is heavily influenced by his surroundings and the different things he finds or encounters. His main sources of inspiration include the 1980’s group of London-based artists known as the Young British Artists or YBAs (members included Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst, initially financed by investor and gallerist Charles Saatchi), Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg.Facilitator is current at time of publishing. Facilitator is subject to change in cases of unforeseeable circumstances.