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Webinar | What Makes a Good Artist Website?
You’ve bought the domain, created your pages, pressed publish and things are looking good. But, you are just not getting the engagement you would like. Can more be done? Emma Dwyer takes a closer look at how to power up your artist website and drive interaction.
Recorded on 21 January 2021.
This event was held in partnership with Kerry County Council Arts Office.
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Webinar – What Makes a Good Artist Website?
Emma Dwyer is all about arts and culture. She promotes creatives, artists and small businesses and shows her clients how to make the most of their online presence. Alongside a healthy obsession with the internet, Emma loves writing and is regularly published in magazines and arts publications.
She has held roles in Dublin Contemporary 2011, mother’s tankstation, Irish Architecture Foundation, Mermaid County Wicklow Arts Centre and most recently as Communications Manager with EVA International. Emma is a regular contributor to Image Interiors and Living Magazine and has recently contributed to Paper Visual Art, ‘One Here Now: The Brian O’Doherty / Patrick Ireland Project, Architecture Ireland, and Response to a Request. Emma has in the past edited various independent art publications and a community newspaper.