ArtsBuild Offers Next Session Of Tech Goes Home For The Arts

Friday, December 4, 2020

ArtsBuild announces Tech Goes Home for the Arts, a program designed in partnership with The Enterprise Center. Tech Goes Home for the Arts is a 15-hour course designed for individual artists of any discipline and small arts organizations to become prepared to monetize their online presence and to use digital and social media to connect to their students, audiences and collaborators online.

ArtsBuild plans to offer the course four times a year. 

Who can apply: Any artist or leader of a small arts organization with beginner level digital and online skills can sign up.

Individuals must be over the age of 18.  

How to apply: Email saralee@artsbuild.com. Program trainers Amy Lowdermilk or Sara Lee Tolbert will respond to you with more information. 

When: The 15-hour course begins on Jan. 18, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. on Zoom.

Cost: Fee for the course is $50. Participants will receive a tablet or Chromebook as well as access to low-cost internet.

Deadline to register is Dec. 31.

For additional questions, email saralee@artsbuild.com.


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