Marketing: apparently we need it

Job Posting – Please forward to anyone who might be interested!

ShinyArt (www.ShinyArt.com) is an exciting new online service that distributes contemporary video art to high-end hotels, restaurants and nightclubs.

We’ve already sold to some marquee clients and are now looking to expand our reach. We are currently seeking a part-time marketing professional who can help raise our profile in the art, interior design and architecture communities.

Responsibilities will include: helping to manage our social presence (blog, Twitter); introducing ShinyArt to relevant writers, bloggers and publications; helping to develop other strategies to communicate to our target market.

The position is a three month, part time, contract with the option to renew. if interested, please contact Kristy Phillips (kristy@ShinyArt.com) with a summary of experience, examples of your work, and salary expectations.

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About shinyartshinyart

KKP is CEO and Founder of ShinyArt - a company designed to transform dull HD flat screens into canvases for some of the world’s most compelling moving art. She is also an art historian and adjunct professor at several schools in the Bay Area.
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3 Responses to Marketing: apparently we need it

  1. Chad says:

    marketng = human manipulation. that we dont need

  2. Pingback: Help wanted: Marketing for art and design « A Musing

  3. mariekazalia says:

    Transmedia Artist Marketing http://Transmediartistmarketing.org/wordpress

    promoting artists across all media

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