Digitally Engaged Development Day, Ely, 18 November

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A development day to refresh and explore all things digital.

When: Monday 18 November
Time: 10.30am-4pm (coffee at 10am)
Where: Babylon Gallery, Waterside, Ely, CB7 4AU
Cost: £5 (booking is essential as this event is expected to sell out!)

Digitally Engaged is a development day for artists and creative practitioners. A hands-on workshop to help you evaluate your online framework and make it more effective in support of your work and projects.

If you’d like to find out how to make Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other online platforms work better for you, spend less time getting better results, or just what makes a good online presence – this day is for you.

The workshop day will include:

  • what you THINK you know
  • what you actually DO know
  • and what you would LOVE to know

Who is it for?

Artists, Creative Practitioners, Administrators and those wishing to promote the arts through online platforms. Preference will be given to those living and working in the Fenland & West Suffolk regions but is open to all across Cambridgeshire and Suffolk.  It is very much a hands-on workshop with plenty of time built-in for discussion, chatting and networking with others. It will probably be encouraged!

What will I need? 

Mostly a relaxed frame of mind to have fun discovering something new.  You could also bring:

  • Questions you want to ask
  • Some artwork or items to photograph and share online
  • Links to your website, social media posts etc. 
  • An idea you would like to design online activity around

You will also need to bring a device – a smartphone, iPad or Android tablet or a laptop.

Networking coffee served from 10am.  Lunch is included – please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.

We’ll be facilitating the day with Babylon Arts, a brilliant organisation who aim to develop creativity and connect communities with arts and culture.

Find out more about the event, including parking and travel, on the Babylon Arts website, where you can also book your place.

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