Social Media and Marketing Panel
The Hunter region’s leading artists, inspiring change through inclusion, will share a series of guest presentations and panel discussions at Maitland Regional Art Gallery in the early part of 2018. This Inclusion in the Arts series is an initiative of Octapod, the Lower Hunter Region’s key arts and cultural service organisation.
What’s coming up?
A free panel discussion called Social Media and Marketing: What Works for Who? on Friday 25 May at the Maitland Regional Art Gallery.
Can I book now?
Yes, if you would like to book for this event, please RSVP to Octapod by email at [email protected] or call 02 4021 1605.
Who’s on the panel?
Riona Tindal is a creative and passionate conservationist and artist who completed her PhD in Natural History Illustration at the University of Newcastle in 2016. Riona is the Deaf Arts Officer with Accessible Arts and is a passionate advocate for inclusive and accessible arts and culture for all.
Wanda Sadowski is the Communications and Marketing Manager at Accessible Arts. Prior to landing in Sydney, she was based in Bunbury, WA, where she launched and managed an inclusive community program called Art Partners. This program had an extensive publishing mandate, and Art Partners collaborated with participants to tell their stories across multiple digital platforms.
Dom Freestone is a designer as well as an artist and accessibility advocate. His designs can be found on permanent display at the University of Newcastle. Outside of design, Dom volunteers his time as an ambassador for Paraquad NSW, sharing his life story with school children to both inspire and educate.
What about access?
This venue is wheelchair accessible and the event will be Auslan interpreted. You can visit the venue here.
What are the details?
This free event is on Friday 25 May from 10:00 am to noon at the Maitland Regional Art Gallery, 230 High Street, Maitland, NSW.
How do I book?
You can book by emailing Octapod at [email protected] or calling 02 4021 1605.
Will there be similar opportunities in the future?
This is the final event in the Inclusion in the Arts series. If you’re interested in reading about the previous event in the series, visit here.
Photo credit: Justine Cogan
This page was first published on 15 May 2018.
230 High Street
Maitland, NSW 2320