Written by Charlotte
February 25, 2010
TEST Part of a programme of free music seminars, 'A Musician's Digital Image' will look at the rise of social media and discuss how musicians can use the online world to boost their image.
The session will be led by BBC Radio 1 and Asian Network DJ Bobby Friction, grime artist Ghetts, who has over two million views on MySpace, and Amelia Ideh, who runs the music and lifestyle blog Pull Me On It. They will be talking about the importance of the digital age for musicians looking to build their image, guiding audience members through the most effective way to utilise social networks and build a strong online presence. There will also be an in-depth discussion around the relevance of the online world to artists and organisations, and whether traditional media can sometimes be a more appropriate approach.
Tickets are free but spaces are limited. To book a place, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.