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Update on our exciting Net Tuesday next week with the Kimmel Center, Local Arts Live and the Mural Arts Program

From: Seth H.
Sent on: Wednesday, April 25, 2012 9:16 AM

Our plans for next week’s Net Tuesday (starting at 6 PM at the Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street, and using our popular “Crowdsourcing Change” format) is looking great!  Three important local arts organizations – the Kimmel Center, LocalArtsLive and the Mural Arts Program – will present their websites, and get feedback, advice and questions from our “crowd”, particularly focused on their use of “social tools”.  Check out the Meetup event page for more information, including specific questions that our presenters would like our crowd to help them address. 

 

You are encouraged to pass this invitation on to others you think may be interested in this intersection of local arts organizations and social media/networking.  RSVP’s are really appreciated for planning purposes, but people shouldn’t hesitate to come if you haven’t RSVP’d.

 

What special contribution do YOU have to make to the crowd?

 

  • YOUR expertise. If you’re familiar with using social web tools with your own organization or with others, your knowledge and experience are welcome.
  • YOUR perspective.  Whether or not you’re an “expert”, you’ve seen good and bad websites, and you may have impressions about these particular organizations.  The more diverse perspectives we have in the room, the more useful this exercise will be.
  • YOUR questions.  If you have a question (e.g., “Why should I ‘like’ your Facebook page?”), chances are that other people have similar questions .  These are important organizations in our community, and if you don’t understand something about the social tools they’re trying to use to reach people like you, then your questions can be vital contributions to their success.

 

Looking forward to seeing you there.

 

Seth

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