Get with the Program(s), now in its fifth year, is a series of professional development events for individuals, artists, and nonprofit organizations.
All sessions are held at the Main Street Gallery,
213 Main St., Huntington NY 11743.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
$10 HAC members and NYSCA DEC grant applicants
$20 “at the door” for everyone
BUILDING YOUR SOCIAL BRAND: TIPS FOR STANDING OUT ONLINE
with Kevin Ryan, principal and lead consultant at KSRyan Group
March 21, 7-8:30pm
Does your social media profile have an identity or a voice? The best social media users have turned themselves into social media brands. They’re consistent. They’re approachable. And they’re familiar without being predictable. Learn how to turn social media into a platform for your business — one that lets people know who you are, what you do, and how you think.
WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO SAY? FROM BIOS TO MISSION STATEMENTS, CREATING A CLEAR MESSAGE
with Suzanne Paulinski, CEO of the Rock/Star Advocate
April 4, 7-8:30pm
This workshop will focus on communicating your brand’s message through each of your marketing materials: bios, pitches, website, newsletters, mission statements, and more. Attendees will walk away with a clear brand message and directives on their next steps.
YOUR ART DOESN’T SPEAK FOR ITSELF – SPEAKING FOR BUSINESS: ELEVATOR AND INVESTOR PITCHES
with Elise May, Arts Education Program Director & Developer, Expressive Elocution
May 2, 7-8:30pm
Learn how to vocally explore and express yourself with confidence in business situations. Working with elevator speeches and investor pitches, this workshop will focus on theatrical voice, diction, and dialect exercises for both listening skills and vocal production helping participants control and maximize specific aspects of their speech such as volume, speed and articulation.
Program selections are subject to change. Get with the Program(s) is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. It is funded in part by the county of Suffolk.