June Meet-Up: Blogging for the Teaching Artist

June Meet-Up: Blogging for the Teaching Artist

So, you opened your account with WordPress.  Or Blogger.  Or TypePad.  Maybe you even bought your own vanity URL.  Good for you! You’ve posted some but you know you can do more with this thing.
Or, maybe terms like “blogging” or “TypePad” or “URL” are a bit outside your comfort zone.  But, you don’t want them to be.  You know that being a teaching artist means sharing your stories, your creativity, your vision.  You want to share your voice and work with the world.
We can help you.  Come hang out with some other teaching artists, learn a little about blogging, and talk about ways that effective blogging can help us in our work.   Come with your laptop…we won’t just talk…we’ll get down to it!
 
Join us at our June 21 meet-up at Performing Artists Workshop in San Francisco.
RSVP HERE

  • How to get there: Directions
  • What to bring: Brown Bag Lunch + Laptops

 
Here are our some examples of sharing your work in a blog:
Music/Education Teaching Artist: Music to Energize Your Classroom
Theater Education Teaching Artist: 5 Ways To Give A Talk that Matters & Wows
Theater Education Teaching Artist: Four Fierce Improvisors Talk about All-Female Groups
 

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