About the Workshop: Social Media 101

Unlock the Power of Social Media for Your Artist Career!

Co-presented by Humber College's Centre for Creative Business Innovation and Small World Music and in partnership with Arts Etobicoke.

Our Social Media 101 Workshop was designed exclusively for all creatives of all levels. In today's digital age, social media is the key to building your brand, connecting with your target audience, and advancing your artistic career. Our workshops offer practical insights and hands-on training to help you:

  • Craft a compelling online presence that reflects your unique creative identity.

  • Harness the full potential of platforms like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok to engage with your audience.

  • Develop effective content strategies to keep your audience excited and engaged.

  • Navigate the ever-changing landscape of social media algorithms and trends.

  • Utilize advertising and promotions to expand your reach and grow your audience base.

  • Learn about tools that help you with day-to-day social media management.

Whether you're an artist, manager, promoter, or anyone in the arts and culture industry, our Social Media Workshop will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to thrive in the digital age. Don't miss this opportunity to take your creative career to the next level. Check out the recording below!

Talk Recording

Woman with short brown hair in a pink, velvet dress. Her arms are crossed and one hand is wrapped under her chin in a confident, pensive pose. She is wearing large red tassel earrings and a large red, white, and green headpiece that looks like many flowers stacked on top of each other. In the background is a stage, with a microphone setup and the lights dimmed.

Speaker Bio: Alicja Stasiuk

Alicja (Ala) Stasiuk gained her experience working in marketing roles at Lula Music and Arts Centre, The Royal Conservatory of Music, Small World Music, and most recently Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall, and currently holds a position of Marketing Manager at TD Toronto Jazz Fest. Originally from Poland, before moving to Canada in 2016, she worked as a Social Media Manager for PROMNI Dance Company at Warsaw University of Life Sciences. She finished American Culture studies at University of Warsaw in 2016, and Arts Management Program at Centennial College in 2018. Currently she also is a part of an award-winning Polish folk band - Polky; teaches Marketing and Promotion course for Independent Music Production program at Seneca College; is a founder of an activist platform Cielesne and co-founder of Elektro Kult - a series of electronic music events and dance parties.