Social media promotion – part 1

In the run up to my show on July 26, I have posted a selection of quotes relating to sand on my social media channels. They are as follows: They each contain a close-up of one of my show images and include a quote that relates to sand, from Blake's Auguries of Innocence poem written … Continue reading Social media promotion – part 1

Show promotion for Eco Park venue

Having decided this exhibition was to be a 'mini' show of Harena Now, I did not promote the event as widely as I intend to promote my larger show in July. Having said that, I did use social media, online networks, noticeboards and via the venue to give it a plug. In Figs. 1 to … Continue reading Show promotion for Eco Park venue

Initial stats from first exhibition promotion

Having created an event and posted my invite to the opening night of my first exhibition on May 27 to my Facebook page, ShutterPod, I wanted to see how it had faired a week later with no paid-for boost. I also shared the event in a new post on Saturday, June 22. The stats in … Continue reading Initial stats from first exhibition promotion

What next?

As we head towards the end of this module, my thoughts are already turning to what comes next. Looking at my social media to date, it seems that Instagram is proving the most effective for me in regard to connecting and talking with potential collaborators or simply receiving feedback. In the past seven days my … Continue reading What next?

Week 3 – reflection (part one 1/3)

This week has seen students challenged to create an Instagram account and try to create a viral image. As I already regularly use Instagram, I decided my focus would be to increase followers by 30 but I admit I approached this task with a light touch as I wanted to concentrate on research towards the … Continue reading Week 3 – reflection (part one 1/3)