Some of my art – My photography
How are you doing? Its been a few days now since you have heard from me, but please don’t feel neglected. You are still very much in my thoughts. At the moment I am focused on developing a social media marketing system that will be well suited for the average Caribbean business. I strongly believe that if we act soon we can use the internet and particularly the social media networks as a platform to grow our businesses by attracting customers from around the world. Lots more to come on that!
In a meantime though, for those of you in Barbados you can attend the NCF’s annual symposium ‘Taking Your Art to Market’.
See the details below.
The National Cultural Foundation is presenting the annual symposium ‘Taking Your Art to Market’ at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, 2 Mile Hill, St Michael on Friday, April 9 and Saturday, April 10, 2010 from 9.00 a.m. each day, learn about paying employee payroll.
The symposium will cater for serious minded, cultural entrepreneurs, who wish to learn of best practices in business. Among the topics to be presented are
i. Strategic Planning for your Business
Presented by Jo-Anne Tull, Academic Coordinator and lecturer Department of Creative and Festival Arts, UWI, St. Augustine.
ii. The Role of Culture in Dance Education
iii. Packaging yourself for the Market
Presented by Phil Phillips, CEO e-Vision Concepts – (listen to a previous presentation entitled Phil Phillips Presentation – Culture Can Create Art – And JOBS! )
iv. How to Finance your Art Enterprise
v. Copyright in photography
Presented by Erica Smith, COSCAP CEO & Ronnie Carrington, photographer
vi. Recording Engineering
vii. Extending the Possibilities; Exploiting Intellectual Property
Presented by Antonio Rudder, Chairman B-Copy
viii. Making it in Music – Panel Discussion
There is a Registration fee of twenty dollars