Think Inside the Square - episode 1
Topic: Live streaming and digital solutions
Date: Tuesday 7 April 2020
Time: 2:00pm-3:00pm (Sydney time)
Join our host, Celia Pavelieff: Director of Marketing and Communications at the Australia Council for the Arts, in this online conversation with industry experts, artists and digital adaptors.
Elliott Bledsoe - Little Lunch Online: Elliott will be introducing Little Lunch Online and discussing the decisions behind the technology, the business model and other key decisions that were made around the format of this program. Little Lunch Online is delivered through zoom and is also live streamed to the Arts Front Facebook page and embedded into You Tube.
Mark Cameron - W3: Mark is the CEO at W3 Digital. Mark is a digital strategist, keynote speaker and media commentator. Mark has written over 500 digital strategy focused articles in columns for BRW, CMO.com.au and Marketing Magazine. He has also written for Social Media Today, Social Media Monthly and Smart Data Collective.
David Finnegan - Sense 6: David is the owner of a successful production company called Sense 6. Clients are wide and varied covering the food, fashion, events, corporate and advertising industries. David will be running us through different types of live streaming solutions-simple to the more complex.
Tara Pattenden - Phantom Chips: Tara Pattenden is an artist educator and creative technologist initiating dynamic platforms for music and electronics. As Phantom Chips, Tara combines instrument building and performance, and draws upon her professional background across social media marketing and UX design to bring communities together. Tara will be taking us inside ‘Live and solo at the bowlo’ produced by Backbone.
About the series
This weekly online conversation has been developed for the Arts and creative industry: digital support facebook group. Every week, industry experts, artists and digital adaptors will join the panel to discuss solutions and ideas that inform the industry.
Watch the webinar recording
Renae Moore: Digital Producer, Australia Council for the Arts