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Emerging artists learn strategies for marketing at free workshop


jane-kenoyer-panoramic-300x130-9620841-4557420CAPITAL CITY ARTS INITIATIVE NEWS RELEASE – Emerging artists will have an exciting opportunity to meet with successful professional artist Jane Kenoyer between 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 11 to learn strategies for marketing art work through You Tube, Vine, online blogs, photography, Facebook, print media, television, regional galleries, colleges, etc.

This workshop has limited space and participants must reserve their spots. Please call Quest Lakes, at 775-287-7598 or 757-847-0742 to register, at the Dayton Community Center at 170 Pike Street in Dayton. This workshop will take place at the beginning of a reception for an exhibit showcasing 8 emerging and professional artists with ties to Lyon County, so participants will have a chance to view the exhibit and meet other artists from the region after the workshop.

Jane has shown work in Reno at Stremmel Gallery, Sheppard Fine Art Gallery, Grand Sierra Resort, RAW Artists shows, and in San Francisco at Modern Eden Gallery, Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle, etc Collectors of her work include internationally known gallery owner Kirsten Anderson. She demonstrates enormous savvy in marketing through You Tube, Vine, print media etc. Kenoyer is also a writer for Hi-Fructose Art Magazine and co-owner of OrangeRoom Software.

This free workshop is funded by Capital City Arts Initiative and Healthy Communities Coalition of Lyon and Storey. Healthy Communities is a private nonprofit composed of hundreds of volunteers and dozens of local, state, federal and tribal partners working together to increase wellness in the region. The Capital City Arts Initiative is an artist-centered organization committed to the encouragement and support of artists and the arts and culture of Carson City and the surrounding region. The Initiative is committed to community building for the area’s diverse adult and youth populations through art exhibitions, live events, arts education programs, artist residencies, and online projects.

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