Tuesday, January 17, 2012

So Much Is Happening At The Arts Council via Arts Council of Greater Lansing

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Arts Council of Greater Lansing
Leading, advocating for, and advancing arts and culture in the capital region since 1965


mark your calendar Upcoming Arts Council Opportunities Abound


Workshops and Member Trainings Pack The Schedule In The Next Three Weeks      

Check out the many chances between now and February 8th to learn, grow, and push your creative boundaries in the realm of professional development:

Wednesday, January 25: 10am - 12pm
Creating an Intern Program for Your Arts or Culture Organization, with Amanda Avila of Prima Civitas
MSUFCU Downtown Branch, 140 S Washington Sq, Lansing, MI 48933
Get the tools to build a successful intern program for your arts or culture organization.  Join the Arts Council and Prima Civitas as they give tips for how to find and work with interns as well as an overview of the Prima Civitas Employers Internship Toolkit. Register by clicking here!

Tuesday, January 31: 10am - 12pm
ACGL Website Walk-Through
MICA Gallery, 1210 Turner Street, Lansing, MI 48906
If you're a member of the Arts Council, you have access to a number of services such as consultations, access to our business resource center, and grant programs.  You also gain inclusion and access to the member directory on the Arts Council's new website.  With new features, more options, and greater visibility (did you know that the ACGL website has over 1,500+ site views each week?), we want to help you use your member profile to its fullest.  Join the Arts Council and our website designers from Gravity Works as we walk you through the basics of the site, and how best to use your profile to support your work as an artist or organization!  FREE to all paid members. Bagels and coffee will be provided.  Please RSVP to Katie Robiadek, Program Manager, by emailing katie@lansingarts.org.

Thursday, February 2: 10am - 12pm
Social Media Strategy for Arts and Culture, with an expert panel feat. Kirsten Khire, Communications Manager for MSU College of Communication Arts & Sciences
MICA Gallery, 1210 Turner Street, Lansing, MI 48906
Join social media savvy members of the Michigan State University Cultural Engagement Council Communicators group as they give advice and research-based recommendations for effective ways to engage the community using social media.  Look for an e-invite from ACGL with registration info soon!

Wednesday, February 8: 4 - 5pm
Out-Of-County Marketing Panel
MICA Gallery, 1210 Turner Street, Lansing, MI 48906
Just what does it mean to market to "out-of-county" visitors, and why would it matter to you and your organization?  Attend this FREE and informative panel presentation by local industry professionals including Kent Love of Michigan State University, Lori Lanspeary of the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Joni Rainbolt a local marketing maven, as they offer information and examples of how to attract out-of-county visitors to your business, event, venue or festival!  RSVP by emailing Katie Robiadek, Program Manager, at katie@lansingarts.org.
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1208 Turner Street | Lansing, MI 48906 | Phone: 517.372.4636 | Fax: 517.484.2564
The Arts Council is supported in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts,
Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, and Ingham County Hotel/Motel Tax Fund
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