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Becoming an Internet Phenomenon

That's the name of my panel discussion taking place May 1 at the Walker Art Center. Should be fun.

You can become an Internet phenomenon! Using MySpace, YouTube, Flickr, mnartists.org, blogs, social networking, viral marketing and more. Hear from artists and organizations that have had success getting their work seen and heard on the Internet. This panel discussion, moderated by Chris Roberts and Carolyn Petrie, will be useful to individual artists of all disciplines and arts organizations who want to utilize the web as part of their career or marketing strategy.

Moderators: Carolyn Petrie, freelance theatre critic and writer and Chris Roberts, host of “The Local Show” on Minnesota Public Radio

Panelists: Kathleen Kvern (mnartists.org), Hans Eisenbeis (The Current), David DeYoung (Howwastheshow.com), Emma Berg (mplsart.com), Nate Schroeder (Walker Art Center), Mike Fotis (Ferrari McSpeedy) and Chuck Olsen (filmmaker, mnstories and Blogumentary).

(Note, I've corrected my last name spelling and the broken link to MN Stories above.)

April 29, 2007 at 03:40 AM in Blogumentary | Permalink

Comments

a few facts from the Walker site

Tuesday, May 1
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Walker Cinema
Free

Posted by: Joel at Apr 30, 2007 9:38:17 AM

I'm working on it.

Posted by: Clintus at May 2, 2007 11:49:47 PM