MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS
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ART COMMUNITY POSTING SERVICES: 5 Posts, 2 Step Each.
Facebook Event Page - FREE
Step 1: Like our ASU Facebook Pages
Please take a moment to "like" and follow the ASU Galleries Facebook pages so you can keep up on all the exhibiton programming.
Step 2: Make an event page for you show and get it imported
For Your Event on Facebook: You can either set up your own Facebook "event page" and have the galleries director import it for you or have the Galleries Director set up a Facebook event page up for you on the ASU gallery site you will be exhibiting in.
In order to do this or to make sure the page has been imported e-mail the galleries director at: Grant.Vetter@asu.edu
New Times - FREE
New Times is our biggest supporter and promotor.
Step 1: Post the event
Please post your event here: http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/submit-event
Step 2: Invite Lynn Trimble to the show
Also send Lynn Trimble and invite, Press release and a few images at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artsbeacon - FREE
Artsbeacon is the principle site in town for advertising to the arts community.
Step 1: Send the Listing Information for your show
Please send Nic Wiesinger a short introduction and a paragraph or two about the show with a few images to email@example.com
Step 2: Make an ad for the show
Also send him an square image with dates, times, and opening recption information if you want an add to run on the artsbeacon.
Artslant - FREE
Artslant is a global database that galleries and the art community check to verify your exhibition history and accomplishments.
It is much more than just an event listing database because it shows who you’ve shown with in the past, a selection of your images, how long you’ve been showing, etc.
Step 1: List your event
Please take the time to list your event here, it's free to participate: https://www.artslant.com/ew
Step 2: Build a Portfolio Profile or just follow Artslant events and opportunities
Follow Artslant on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/artslant/?hl=en
Follow Artslant on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/artslant/
Artlink - FREE
Artlink is responsible for Promoting 1st and 3rd Friday events as well as Art Detour and many other important art events in town. If you choose to become an articipant your studio will show up at a red dot in the Warehouse district and help attact people who are interested in the arts to the opening and events at Grant Street Studios by making our art district look active on the map. There are also a bunch of benefits and perks you get for joining artlink and the cost is relatively low.
Step 1: Beome an articipant
Sign up here: https://artlinkphoenix.com/articipants/
Step 2: Follow Artlink events and opportunities
Learn more about Artlinik here: https://artlinkphoenix.com
Follow them on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/ArtlinkPhoenix/
ART NEIGHBORHOOD POSTING: 2 Locals, 4 posts each place
If you are having your opening at Step Gallery you might want to post online in these art community forums for Phoenix:
Roosevelt Row Arts District: https://www.facebook.com/rooseveltrowartsdistrict/?fref=ts
Roosevelt Row CDC: https://www.facebook.com/RooseveltRowCDC/?fref=ts
Roosevelt Neighborhood in Phoenix: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rooseveltneighborhood/
The Triangle Neighborhood in Phoenix: https://www.facebook.com/groups/triangleneighborhood/
If you are having your opening at Harry Wood Gallery you might want to post online in these art community forums for Tempe:
Tempe Arts Scene: https://www.facebook.com/groups/803167139789057/
Maple – Ash – Farmer – Wilson Neighborhood: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mapleashfarmerwilson/
University Park Neighborhood: https://www.facebook.com/groups/georgeditch/
Broadmor Neighborhood: https://www.facebook.com/groups/117050348341625/
Drop show cards off at the following locals in advance of the show:
TCA (Tempe Center for the Arts)
FAC 1101 (Fine Art Complex 1101)
Local Coffee Shops: Cartel, King Coffee, etc.
ASU COMMUNITY POSTING: Campus Communities to Connect with!
ASU Social Media
Start by posting with ASU Instagram, School of Art on Facebook and ASU Twitter by sending Adria a handful of promotable images and a short blurb about the work, show times, gallery location, etc., at Adria.Montanez@asu.edu
If you are a photographer you might want to reach out to the ASU photo club (https://www.facebook.com/groups/photoclubatasu/) or the ASU Student Photographers Association (https://www.facebook.com/groups/asuphotoclub/) to see if they might help you promote your exhibition on their social media.
If you are a ceramicist you might want to reach out to the ASU Clay Club (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008398891693), ASU Gradaute Ceramics Studio (https://www.facebook.com/pages/ASU-Graduate-Ceramics-Studio/326855714011847?hc_ref=SEARCH) or even send a friendly letter about your show to Garth at the ASU ceramics research center about your show to see if he might promote it on the ASU Museum Ceramics Research Center Website. (https://www.facebook.com/ASUArtMuseumCeramicsResearchCenter/?fref=ts)
Printmakers and Bookmakers
If you are a printmaker or bookmaker you might want to reach out to the printmaking club (https://www.facebook.com/groups/469405343099925/?fref=nf) or ABBA (A Buncha Book Artist Collective)(https://www.facebook.com/abbacollective/?hc_ref=SEARCH&fref=nf) to see if they might help you promote your exhibition on their social media.
Diablo Printmakers Guild (https://www.facebook.com/Diablo-Printmakers-Guild-1412686768953724/)
If you are a fibers artist you might want to reach out to the Fiber Arts Network of Arizona State (https://www.facebook.com/groups/263527338385/) to see if they might help you promote your exhibition on their social media.
If you are an intermedia artist you might want to ASU Intermedia (https://www.facebook.com/ASU-Intermedia-Tempe-Arizona-830150137048366/?fref=ts) to see if they might help you promote your exhibition on their social media.
If you make work using neon you might want to reach out to the Neon Club of Arizona State (https://orgsync.com/149240/chapter) to see if they might help you promote your exhibition on their social media.
If your exhibit in involves the themes of walking, performative traveling, land art that has to be transversed, etc., than you might want to reach out to the Museum of Walking (https://www.facebook.com/MuseumofWalking1/?fref=ts) to see if they might help you promote your exhibition on their social media.
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL POSTING SERVICES: 4 Major Categories
You should also have a list of blogs, online magazines and other event listing services that might help to expose your work to a broader audience. Here’s a list of sites to get started with, but you are sure to know more about what applies to your own art practices and focused interests than just what is provided for here.
Art Blogs to submit to: http://www.artcareerengine.com/module-4--blogs-copy
Art Journals: http://www.artcareerengine.com/module-12--journals-copy
Art magazines: http://www.artcareerengine.com/module-11--magazines-copy
Remember to build your contacts list to include family, friends, fellow alumni, arts organizations, gallery relations, and other parties interested in the arts.