National Arts and Humanities month continues in Roswell on Thursday with a public conversation on the arts at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, and you need to RSVP to attend that.
At the end of the month, there's going to be a Creative Alliance Workshop, also at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center and also requiring registration. Here's more per a City of Roswell press release:
The City of Roswell will host a Creative Alliance Workshop on Thursday, October 24 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The free workshop is titled “Optimize Marketing! Expand Your Business By Expanding Your Reach And Impact!” and will take place at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center located at 950 Forrest Street.
It is open to all people in creative fields including for profit, nonprofit, creative industries and individual artists. Participants will have the opportunity to meet, socialize, network, and learn from each other.
Panel discussions and small group break-out sessions include:
- Communication vehicles available to you in Roswell through media outlets, the Convention and Visitors Bureau and Roswell’s Historic & Cultural Affairs Division
- Five things you need to know about social media marketing to optimize your reach and impact and how to get started
- Local search engine optimization and online reputation management
- Writing a press release
- Making your website compelling
Panelists include Julie Brechbill, Community Relations Manager, City of Roswell; Tripp Liles, Publisher/Editor, The Current; Larry Weissman, Boingo Media; G. Morgan Timmis, Historic & Cultural Affairs Manager, City of Roswell; Dotty Etris, Convention & Visitors Bureau; and Jeff Bridges, Webutation.
The workshop is part Roswell’s participation in National Arts and Humanities month this October.
Space is limited. Registration required. RSVP to Morgan Timmis at email@example.com.