Tips, Tools, & Tactics for Creating Your Unique Marketing Strategy
Running a successful business as a visual artist can be daunting, even as you become better and better at the art you create. Figuring out how to market your work to the audiences that matter to you can be overwhelmingly complicated. There are so many choices, and who knows which ones are really worth the effort, and how do you use them in the first place?
In this workshop you’ll find answers to the questions of:
Little Rock artist Robert Bean and social marketing strategist Jenny Boulden combine their expertise to bring you this hands-on training in some of the best ways creative artists are marketing their work. They’ll help you understand marketing best practices and principles so that you and your art can engage more of the world around you.
Interestd in this workshop? Contact Robert to see how to set this workshop up for artists in your area. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 501-960-9524.
Jenny Boulden is an interactive strategist working in Little Rock. She has 17 years of experience in communications, public relations and marketing, with an emphasis on social media marketing. Jenny’s provided social consulting for individuals, small businesses, nonprofits, museums, government agencies, and large international brands. Her award-winning work has been featured in several national and regional publications. Jenny has worked with people who were just starting out learning how to market their work and with brands that already had millions of Facebook fans and needed direction on advanced interactive strategy. She believes in finding smart marketing solutions that fit within her clients’ available time, budget, and skill set, and in empowering her clients to get strong results that make a real difference.
Robert Bean has been slinging his brand of visual stories on canvas and paper since the late 1990’s. As a narrative visual artist Robert’s work has been featured in several solo exhibitions around the country, such as Silence is Never as Golden as When It’s Gray at the Yeiser Art Center, Can’t Even Whisper: Stories of Love and Loss at Illinois Central College, Strange Lenders at Henderson State University, and most recently Hoping to Sleep for Magnolia Laden Dreams at East Arkansas Community College. His work is included in private collections nationally. Robert sees social media as a natural extension of his creative endeavors, allowing the stories he creates to reach a broader audience. Robert uses a variety of social media platforms, garnering attention for his work and even landing his paintings on the pages of a national magazine.