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CQC 2013

Amy Cancelmo
Edgardo Cervano-Soto
Erika Vivianna
Cespedes
Celeste Chan
Gina de Vries
Dylan Do
Cherry Galette
Diego Gomez
Rik Haber
Miss Vagina Jenkins
Andrew V. Ly
Maria Victoria Mata
Soledad
Indi McCasey
Jean Melesaine
Yvonne Fly
Onakeme Etaghene
Krista Smith &
Meredith Fenton
Natalia Vigil
Arisa White
Anthony Williams
Greg Youmans

CQC 2011/12

Computer Face

Pink Moon

The Secret History
of Love - Sean Dorsey

Men's Work
Visual Arts Exhibition

>CQC Workshop 1
Creating Community
with Social Media

The Queer Cultural Center and SOMArts Cultural Center present:

Creating Community with Social Media: An Artist Workshop followed by a reception for artists and the boards of directors for QCC and SOMArts. The Workshop is FREE and open to the public.

This workshop will focus on using Facebook to help promote your art, to develop your audience and to be actively engaged in a shared artistic community. You will learn tips, tricks and best practices to create and build your social media following, establish relationships with new fans and collectors, and promote events.

Instructors: Jess Young, Director of Communications & Community Engagement for SOMArts and Rudy Lemcke, Director of Communications for Queer Cultural Center.

When: Wednesday, December 14th, 6 – 9 pm
Where: SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan St, 94103

How Much: Free admission

All levels of social media users are welcome. Even if you think you know all of this – there are always tips that you pick up by attending a workshop and updating your skills! Plus you’ll meet new friends and the wonderful board members of Qcc and SOMArts.

Part 1: Facebook Profiles Vs. Pages
6 – 6:30 pm

The first part of the workshop will help you understand key differences between personal profiles and Pages, and provide an overview of how these two Facebook account types can and should work in tandem to establish your professional presence as an artist on Facebook.

Includes a walk-through of basic personal profile and page navigation, preference setting, and functionality.

Part 2: Page Maintenance and Social Engagement Strategies
6:30 – 7:15pm

The second part of the workshop will address strategies to find and engage with your followers on your Page. We will review examples of other artists using Facebook to successfully build and engage their followings, and a few free tools to help you measure your engagement success, such as Facebook insights.

Finally, we will walk through the steps of creating a customized landing page will enable you to create a unique look and feel for your online presence. Participants will be given a detailed template to use this part of the workshop.

A wireless connection will be provided for attendees who optionally attend with their own laptops, but power outlets are not available, so please charge those batteries in advance!

Q&A
7:15 – 7:30pm

Workshop leaders answer questions from the group.

Reception and Individual Tutoring
8:00 to 9 pm

A reception for artists and the board members of both Queer Cultural Center and SOMArts Cultural center will follow the Workshop.

Jess Young and Rudy Lemcke will remain on hand for questions from individuals.