Social Photography curated by Aaron Pierce
In a curatorial environment where social media has become highly integrated into museum and gallery exhibitions, Social Photography stands out as an especially interactive experience for viewers. Monitors and tablets placed throughout the space encourage visitors not only to view the exhibition's social media components - which include every imaginable platform, notably an Instagram gallery, filled with photographs, blog posts, and daily themed discussion questions - but to add questions and comments to further the discussions taking place. Gallery talks from artists involved in the exhibition occur as Google Hangouts in the gallery space, where visitors can connect with the artists.
Julia Reich is the founder of Stone Soup Creative, a brand strategy consultancy for nonprofits, foundations and educational institutions.
Have you heard the Stone Soup fable? Told in many versions, it’s a story of creativity, ingenuity and teamwork creating something from nothing.
Hungry travelers arrive in a village. Food is scarce, and the villagers are unwilling to share what they have. The ingenious travelers begin a pot of soup by placing a ‘magic stone’ in boiling water. Curious villagers stop by, each sharing an ingredient to add to this stone soup. Ultimately, a delicious, nourishing pot of soup feeds everyone.
Join Julia on January 28 as she provides a Brand Basics: Bootcamp for Nonprofits, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brand-basics-bootcamp-for-nonprofits-tickets-14884382589.
Learn what a brand is and how it is much more than just a logo
Learn how a strong, consistent brand can:
attract attention to your nonprofit
help your organization differentiate itself from others
help donors, members, volunteers, media and other stakeholders “get” what you do and why you do it
Learn how to use your brand to more effectively communicate your mission across a range of print and online communications
An artist who's talent can is no longer contained!
Faith Blackwell Photography
Faith Blackwell Photography is one of our favs.
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