Spoiler Alert: The Latest Spider Man Movie Takes A Swipe At Opera

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Over the holiday weekend, I went to the latest Marvel movie, Spider Man: Far From Home. With the exception of a single scene, it’s a typical installment in the tent-pole franchise but that exception is a doozy in that it takes a swipe at some of the worst stereotypes of live classical music concerts. Mild Spoiler Alert: in a nutshell, the protagonists need to hide a group of teenagers for a …

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Killing Me Softly With Nomenclature

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Do I know what makes a masterworks concert a masterworks concert? Of course I do…but why don’t you tell me what you think it means first then I’ll let you know if that’s what I thought. That’s an actual conversation I overheard a few years ago but never really stuck me until I presented at a conference last year alongside Ceci Dadisman. Ceci introduced an element about how arts orgs inadvertently …

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For Only $31, How Can You Not Try Influencer Marketing?

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There’s a fascinating article in the May 21/2019 edition of SocialMediaToday.com (h/t Thomas Cott) that examines a report from Klear (a marketing software platform) that begins to provide perspective on influencer marketing rates. [This] where this new report from Klear comes in – to help provide more transparency in the influencer marketing process, Klear surveyed more than 2,500 different types of influencers across three major social networks (Instagram, YouTube and Facebook), in order …

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Is It time To Retire Your Print Communication?

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Virtual show of hands: how many of you still use print newsletters? My hunch is more than a few of raised your hands. Now, for those of you who did, when was the last time you quantified their impact and engagement? Print newsletters and/or magazines are one of those odd evolutionary throwbacks in the world of arts communication. In their heyday, they were the apex predator of engagement and status. But …

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Give ‘Em What They Really Want: How To Create An Effective Artist Press Kit

Recently, my company updated my wife’s professional artist website: HollyMulcahy.com. A large part of that project was updating all her press kit information. Previously, all the typical press kit content, such as bios and pics, was available via direct download from her site. But times have changed and there are better ways to go about making that content available. Ultimately, the goal is to make things as easy as possible for …

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