Artists! Get Your Instagram Game Up!

Join me at BRIC on Thursday, Nov. 30, at 7 P.M., for a free social-media workshop. I'll share best practices for producing content that brings your work to expanding networks of journalists, curators, critics, and collectors.  RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2izD0uL

Museum Camp for Adults? I'm in!

What's Museum Camp? Find out this week on the social-media channels of Museum of Impact, a co-sponsor of this week's sleeping camp for adults at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History. I'll be taking over their feeds to document the 2.5-day-long event, where diverse professionals are gathering to workshop creative strategies to serve as catalysts for change.

Can't wait to be a camp counselor again (and to reactivate my skills from Camp Tranquillity)!

Flyer for Museum of Impact takeover by Robin Cembalest

HUENIVERSITY BACK IN SESSION!

Breaking down Hank Willis Thomas's Instagram feed in my free social-media workshop last night, hosted by Museum Hue, City Council candidate Brian Cunningham, and BKLYN Commons. The event was part of my ongoing collaboration with Museum Hue, an organization that advances the viability and visibility of people of color using arts, culture and museums. 

 

 Photo: Mista Oh

Photo: Mista Oh

Social Media for Marketing, Networking, and Activism: A free Hueniversity Workshop

How can you create an authentic social-media voice that conveys your personal, political, and professional values? What are best practices for using social media to build communities and social collateral? How did I get 44,700 Instagram followers? Find out next Monday at the free professional development workshop I'm offering at BKLYN Commons, in partnership with the visionaries at Museum Hue and Brian Cunningham for City Council

Robin Cembalest Museum Hue june 26 flyer

This is my second Hueniversity workshop for Museum Hue, the people-powered collective that promotes diversity in the creative economy. The first, at the Brooklyn Public Library last year, resulted in several enduring friendships--and my distinctive portrait logo by Tara Daniels

Tweet those reviews and review those Tweets

At the annual meeting of the International Association of Art Critics, I spoke about the paradigm shift in publishing and how writers can use social media to develop story ideas, build networks, and monitor news.