The Arts community is in lockdown. Freelancers, sole traders, collectives, micro organisations and businesses across all creative disciplines have been impacted. We are all in a space of pause, all wishing to survive this pandemic, ever hopeful as we wait to re-emerge.
However, throughout this stasis many independent creative practitioners are experiencing a total loss of self-generated income. Maybe you are one of these creatives, searching for strategies to financially support yourself and family members, while striving to maintain your own identity as an independent arts practitioner and continue working in your creative field.
Increasing a digital presence can be an interface between creative practitioners and the public realm. Digital tools can provide a new assembly space for engagement between artist and audience in what becomes a mutual collaboration – a socio-artistic space which can be explored by both.
An in-person event can become a video conference. A digital work space for creative practice can create a context for others to envision your artistic endeavours. This can be in the form of fresh web design and development, or a new take on your existing web design. Your business can be run remotely, through digital marketing and on-line sales, but with range of measures added to increase the success of any website development.
Why not make Digital Movement part of your Arts survival package?
Digital Movement can provide large or small bundles to help you develop those alternate digital spaces:
- Edit, proofread and improve your existing digital content
- Craft fresh, engaging content in response to your needs
- Generate ideas to increase customer engagement
- Build a stronger digital presence for your artistic practice
- Create reports leveraging Google Analytics and social media analytics tools
- Optimise content considering SEO and Google Analytics
Having artistic endeavour of all kinds in our world creates harmony, is healing.
Contact Digital Movement: Website Designers Melbourne for Website Development Melbourne and nationally.