Event: TOTAL ARTWORK from Switchboard

by Gemma

THE TOTAL ARTWORK – creating and financing stories all over the shop

* What is transmedia and why should you be bothered?

* How can you more fully exploit your creative project?

* Are you interested in working collaboratively across a number of media platforms?

* Do you want to find about new and innovative ways to raise the funds for your projects?

Switchboard is excited to announce a inspiring an informative FREE event which will discuss the ways in which you can fully exploit a creative idea – combining film/TV/games/interactive and more. We will look at case studies of where this has been done effectively and hear from industry experts first-hand experiences.

Hosted by our friends at The Exchange, a new temporary space in Stoke-on-Trent created for artists and creatives to meet, network share and create.

In response to the changes in the previous routes to finance we will also be examining some innovative funding models whereby you can take control of raising finances yourself and harness the power of the internet to build a basis of support

Finally there will be some time for mingling and meeting creatives from a range of backgrounds and interests.  We know this will be a valuable use of your time and creative energy.

This is an essential exchange for film-makers, animators, script-writers, games makers, digital agencies, designers, graphic artists, novelists, archivists, social media-ites, educators, performing arts companies and story-tellers everywhere.

We are delighted to be running this event as a fringe event of the Stoke Your Fires Festival of Moving Image www.stokeyourfires.co.uk

Date : Thursday  3rd March

Time: 14:00 – 18:00 then drinks and networking

Venue: The Exchange, Venue 8 Cheapside, Cultural Quarter,  City Centre,  Stoke on Trent,  ST1 1HE (directions available here http://www.thisisexchange.co.uk/visit/)

Cost : This is a FREE event but tickets are limited and entrance is only possible with a ticket.

Booking: Click here

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