Artist Trust At Large-Beacon Hill
Looking for tips on marketing your art? In this FREE, one-hour event, Artist Trust presents a webinar viewing party on this topic. Artist Trust At Large speaker and artist Lisa Myers Bulmash will be your in-person host, helping you access marketing pro Kelsye Nelson's live stream presentation.
Nelson will discuss creating a strong online presence for artists, including the basics of developing a social media strategy and tips on effective websites. A talented and engaging speaker, Nelson has presented talks and workshops on publishing, marketing, entrepreneurialism, and startups at conferences and events, including Book Expo America and Northwest Bookfest.
Doors open at 6pm to give you time to meet other attendees and the speaker, and light refreshments will be served. The venue also offers limited free parking.
About Kelsye Nelson
Kelsye Nelson is an author and publishing professional. She teaches the Business of Digital Publishing course at the University of Washington and is the founder of Avasta Press. She's also the co-founder and former CEO of Writer.ly, an online marketplace that connects writers to publishing professionals. Nelson helps authors across genres publish their books, offering invaluable experience in launch strategy, publishing on various platforms, marketing, and author platform building.
About Lisa Myers Bulmash
Lisa Myers Bulmash (Lynnwood) is a collage, assemblage and altered book artist. Informally trained, Lisa began her career crafting handmade cards. After her father's death in 2006, the artist felt compelled to take more personal creative risks. Family relationships, unearthed stories and feelings of sanctuary now drive most of her work.
The artist's work and commentary have been highlighted in four books, including the upcoming A World of Artist Journal Pages, edited by Dawn DeVries Sokol (2015). Lisa also exhibits in group and solo shows throughout the Seattle metro area.
Seattle Public Library, Beacon Hill branch (View)
2821 Beacon Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98144
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|