Join the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition for the upcoming workshop providing instruction on how to write and distribute effective press releases, as well as other ways to promote your artwork and events. “Good News! Press Releases and More with Nathan Gunter” will be held Saturday, January 26th, 2019,1:00-4:00 pm in Guthrie.
The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s Artist Survival Kit (ASK) workshop series addresses marketing, technology, and organizational skills artists need to thrive. This ongoing series of events promote professionalism and is designed to be a helpful forum for Oklahoma artists.
Open to all, ASK activities provide artists with the necessary information to succeed in their careers and build a sense of community among diverse artists across the state. Combining education with opportunities for networking, ASK provides face-to-face, printed and electronic methods for artists to build economic self-reliance.
A sixth-generation Oklahoman, Nathan Gunter grew up in Weatherford and south Oklahoma City, where he graduated from Westmoore High School. He attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, earning a B.A. degree with honors in religion and a minor in philosophy. After returning to Oklahoma, Nathan earned a master’s degree in professional writing from the University of Oklahoma in 2007. Nathan is Oklahoma Today’s Editor-in-Chief.
He was named 2012 Magazine Writer of the Year at the Great Plains Journalism Awards and
was awarded second place in Best Reporting Portfolio by the Oklahoma Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Tickets are $20 per person, available at askdecember.eventbrite.com or by phone. For purchase by phone, contact the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition 405-879-2400.