#tellyourstory with @sree
Space is limited to 70 people and you must register to participate.
Click here to register for the event via EventBrite: http://bit.ly/1xCw6lt
Leviathan Lab, in collaboration with new Asian American led not-for-profit performance organization Hypokrit Theatre Company, are pleased to co-present a free social media workshop for artists, small businesses and arts organizations by Sree Sreenivasan, Chief Digital Officer, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2015
5:30P NETWORK & DRINKS
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Uris Center for Education, North Classroom
1000 5th Avenue
Enter through the Education Entrance at 81st Street & 5th Avenue
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
#tellyourstory is workshop aimed at intermediate and advanced users of social media - in any field. The focus will be on getting best use out of your time online, how to build more fans and followers and how to do all this in a smart, strategic, sustainable manner. ("Best Social Media Show Ever" says Ulrike Langer of Seattle)
# How to deepen your connection with your audience via social media
# New tools you must absolutely know and use
# How to build your personal brand
# How to find, on deadline, specific types of people you need for work
# The best ways to increase your followers, fans, and connections
# How to get the "right" followers, fans, and connections
# Metrics: why you need to understand them and how you can do just that
# Sustainable social media -- how to keep from drowning in information and make time to participate efficiently
Versions of this workshop have been taught by Sree at CNN, Washington Post, New York Times, etc, and in Boston, Seattle, Beijing, Shanghai, Delhi, Mumbai, Vienna, Toronto, Bermuda and more.
See what happened in the 2013 Seattle version of this workshop - including that quote above by Ms Langer: http://bit.ly/sreeattletips
And here's a video a local Seattle station did on Sree's appearance:
Sree Sreenivasan (@sree) is the first Chief Digital Officer at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. At the Met, he leads a 70-person world-class team on topics he loves: digital, social, mobile, video, apps, email, interactives, data and more. He joined the Met after spending 20+ years at Columbia University as full-time professor at Columbia Journalism School and a year as the university's first Chief Digital Officer. In 2009, he was named one of AdAge's 25 media people to follow on Twitter; in 2010 was named one of Poynter's 35 most influential people in social media; and in 2014, was named one of the most influential Chief Digital Officers by CDO Club.
More on him at http://sree.net and you can see how he uses social media by connecting with him on Twitter: http: /twitter.com/sree | Facebook: http://facebook.com/sreetips & LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/sreenivasan
The NYT recently wrote about the digital strategy of the Met: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/08/arts/design/museums-see-different-virtues-in-virtual-worlds.html?_r=0
And the Met's flagship iOS app just launched - http://metmuseum.org/app - and it was named a "Best New App" by Apple; a "Must-Have App" by DesignSponge; and an "App of the Week" by iLounge. BusinessInsider used the app to look at the Met's wider digital media strategy: http://www.businessinsider.com.au/digital-strategy-at-the-met-2014-9
CO-PRESENTED BY HYPOKRIT THEATRE COMPANY
Hypokrit (n.): Actor (Ancient Greek)
Hypokrit Theatre Company’s mission is to encourage artistic inquiry and break down the artifice in a work to reach its emotional core. Interested in positing the question of what makes a story universal, we are dedicated to adapting classics, both time-tested and brand new. Our mission is expressed through the choice of setting and time period. Through the collision of different worlds and aesthetics, Hypokrit challenges notions of universality in a multicultural world. Hypokrit Theatre Company strives to further its mission by providing artists from minority communities a platform to showcase their talents while assisting them in marketing their work. We work towards shaping and molding the artists of tomorrow by encouraging original and groundbreaking voices that bring an innovative approach to the arts. Hypokrit Theatre Company’s mission is to embody in its work, the rich cultural complexity of the world we live in. Whether it be redefining Western classics using a contemporary, multicultural sensibility or re-imagining classics from around the world for the Western audience, Hypokrit Theatre Company’s work is culturally specific, but ultimately about the universality of the human experience.