Creating Creative Content for Your Blog or Website

03 November 2018

Run a successful blog or website! Workshop with Louise Palfreyman, Guest Tutor

Does the thought of editing your website fill you with horror? Are you just too busy to keep up with your blog? Try our one-day course for only £30 (£20 concessions) and you'll come away with a new set of skills!

  • Make your website eye-catching
  • Go to the top of search rankings
  • Speak to the right audience
  • Make your art and design the focus
  • Ensure your website is easy to navigate

Join digital writer and marketing expert Louise Palfreyman as she reveals how to make running a website more effective and less tiresome for artists.

Louise says: "Artists are increasingly aware that promoting work via websites, blogs, and social media is essential in this digital age. I have plenty of tips on making your website more effective and profitable"

This workshop is suitable for all abilities, including those new to having their own website and blog.

This workshop is being offered at a lower rate to help make it more accessible to people interested in developing their digital skills. 20 people can be accommodated on this workshop.

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For more information, download the course outline from the upper-right of this page.


Booking essential

To book please contact the gallery on 0121 236 4353. Payment can be made in cash or by card or cheque. Cheques are to be made payable to RBSA.

Places are limited to 20 students per workshop. Allocation will take place on a first come first served basis, subject to receipt of full non-transferable and non-refundable payment.

The RBSA Gallery reserves the right to withdraw the course. In this eventuality, you will be notified and fully refunded.


Price

£30 per person
£20 for Friends of the RBSA, Members & Associates, and full-time students

A valid student ID must be provided to receive a student discount.


Time

11.00am - 4.30pm (with 40 minutes break for lunch)


Key Dates

  • 1 Day
    03 November 2018

    Workshop with Louise Palfreyman, Guest Tutor