Simon Egan, Exeter, Devon Member Since February 2007 Artist Statement Sufiboy makes music from plants, animal organs, dancers bodies and sausages using bioactivity translators. He also plays a mean eggslicer! Now incorporating circuit-bent devices and a laptop running Live, Audacity and Leafcutter John software and traditional instruments such as dilruba and bass. You can buy sufiboy merchandise. Sufiboy also plays as part of the Exeter based improvising collective Children of the Drone, recently (Feb 3rd 2006) played on BBC Radio 3's Mixing It, and as part of the experimental trio o b j e c t . Sufiboy has also collaborated with 'music made without the (in)convenience of instruments' collective BLENDER.
"Using the Internet to Market Your Creative Business"
Tuesday 3rd July 2007 9.45am - 4.00pm
Gloucestershire Resource Centre, Gloucester
Course Tutor: Simon Egan, Directory of Light
Course Fee £25, inc lunch
This course is an opportunity to get an overview of the marketing potential of the internet for your creative business. Starting with how to buy your own web domain to creating an online marketing strategy, you will be introduced to blogging, podcasting, online merchandising, selling on Ebay, publishing on demand, and generating income from online video and audio content. The content of the course will be demonstrated, with an opportunity for discussion and practical exercises of how to use HTML to link to websites. Particular attention will be paid to no-cost and low-cost options.
Who should attend?
The course is intended for those working in the creative industries, with the aim of increasing their presence on the web, whether to increase income, access new markets or to get greater exposure for their creative business. This course is suitable for Beginners and Intermediate users of the Internet.
Simon Egan is Director of Directory of Light, online marketing consultants, and has his own creative practice working with sound and electronic media.
To book please call 01452 417227, email firstname.lastname@example.org or download a booking form from www.artsmatrix.org.uk/Downloads "