Cairngorms Creative Peer Support Session - Telling your Story
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About the Event
Why tell your ‘creative business’ story? From cave murals, folk songs, books to blogs, we’ve always found ways to tell and listen to our stories. Everyone has an individual story to tell, and as a creative business potential customers and clients are interested to hear yours. Websites and social media are great ways to share both your story and content about the creative practice you live and breathe for. Knowing the ‘story’ of the creative they are working with or buying from is interesting, inspiring and also provides a connection.
In this session we’re looking at this topic through the eyes for local creatives including Artist Ann Vastano, Writer Merryn Glover & Musician Ailsa Villegas. They are going to share their views on ‘Story Telling’ and there'll be plenty of opportunities for Q&A as well as group discussions.
We hope this session will provide a fun and informal way to either start writing your story or develop the way you present you and your creative practice.
GrowBiz is funded by Perth & Kinross Council, Scottish Enterprise and The Scottish Government, and the Making Rural Business Digital project is supported by the Rural Perth and Kinross LEADER Programme 2014-2020: The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas. For more on LEADER go to www.pkleader.org