FREE MASTERCLASS: ‘Social media and the power of writing the right thing’
Want to know how to promote yourself better on Twitter, Facebook and other social media channels? Well, our upcoming FREE masterclass is for you if you’re aged aged 16-24.
WHEN: Tuesday, 22nd July 2014, 6.30pm–8pm (places allocated on first come first served basis)
WHERE: Watershed in Waterside 2 (follow the signs in the building)
The talk will start at 6.30pm sharp and there will be plenty of time to ask questions afterwards. If you have any specific questions about your own work then it would be good to prepare those.
WHAT & WHO: James Wheale, Writer and Game Director at Slingshot Effect Ltd, famous for its sell out zombie chase street game ‘2.8 Hours Later’ and that game where you get chased by real dogs…(yes) will talk about what sort of strategies those without super budgets can use to reach thousands of audiences while still keeping it personal.
Once described as, ‘a bit like a cartoon, but real’, James is a writer, poet and maker who uses social media in very cunning ways. From homemade stop frame animations to high-level multi-client PR scalable strategies, he knows what to say and more importantly, when to say it. James will demonstrate why social media is important to grow, talk to and retain your audience.
We hope to see you there!
Support more young people to have their voices heard
Rife is Watershed‘s online magazine created for young people, by young people.
We offer paid internships and publish work by young writers, photographers, illustrators, and filmmakers from all sorts of backgrounds, helping them get into creative careers. Rife has reached over 8,000 young people through our workshops, over 220 young people have made stuff for Rife on topics ranging from mental health to identity to baked beans, and last year, over 200,000 people visited our website.
In these complex and uncertain times hearing from and supporting young people who are advocating for social change and contributing fresh perspectives has never been so important.
Through supporting Rife you can ensure that this important work continues and that more young people have their voices heard.