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LECTURE AND Q&A W/ WILLIAM SARRADET
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH
6:30-7:30PM @ THE CEDARS UNION
Social media and email lists have made it easier to promote your own events, but press media still plays an important role in who sees and hears about an art show or public project. How do you snag a spot in a magazine, or entice a writer to write further about your work? A well-written press release is important. In this lecture William Sarradet, Assistant Editor of Glasstire, will discuss the best practices for writing and distributing a press release, covering do’s and don’ts over a lecture and Q&A.
William Sarradet captured here by Heyd Fontenot
|William Sarradet is the Assistant Editor for Glasstire, an online news publication covering visual art in Texas. He is a native North Texan and graduate of the University of Texas Arlington with a BFA in printmaking. For five years, he has traveled Texas, the United States, Latin America and Europe writing about art and culture. During his time with Glasstire, he has managed the site’s state-wide art events calendar, covered a wide array of contemporary art topics, hosted and edited Art Dirt, a bi-monthly podcast about current events in art. He has given public lectures on digital ethics and design in Dallas and New York, and has contributed to various publications and critical theory projects.|
This lecture will be held in person at The Cedars Union with a live stream available for those joining us at home. Please register below to watch live at The Cedars Union or at home via YouTube. REGISTER for FREE