The City of Medford Arts Commission is the sponsor of a free, two hour presentation: Marketing for Creatives and Artrepreneurs on Friday, June 23rd 10AM – NOON in room 129 of the Higher Education Center at 101 S Bartlett Street in downtown Medford.
Learn tools and techniques of media and promotion to draw larger audiences to your events, increase press coverage of your creations, and reach new audiences for your art.
“This is a community event: all ages and skill levels are welcome.
You aren’t just an artist or maker or a performer, you’re a small business, an Artreprenuer, and you deserve the opportunity to present yourself as such. If you want to learn how to get the word out, this is the workshop for you.” says Presenter Josh Gross
About the Presenter
Josh Gross is an author, music editor for The Rogue Valley Messenger, and creative entrepreneur, Josh Gross, and cover tools and tactics for musicians, performance and visual artists, writers, makers, filmmakers, and more.
About the Medford Arts Commission
The Medford Arts Commission (MAC) is comprised of nine volunteer residents of Medford, a City Council liaison and a Parks and Recreation Commission liaison. Currently, the Medford Parks and Recreation Department provides a staff liaison whose responsibility is to facilitate meetings, support programs/projects and manage budgets.
Medford Arts Commission Mission Statement
The mission of the Medford Arts Commission is to enhance the quality of life in our community by supporting public art, programs, awareness and education to enable all of Medford’s citizens to enjoy
and appreciate the arts.