Arts Regional Trust
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The Arts Regional Trust : Te Taumata Toi-a-Iwi is an arts and creative industries development agency and a leading investor in growing entrepreneurship in Auckland’s creative sector.
The City Councils of Auckland and Manukau created the Arts Regional Trust Te Taumata Toi-a–iwi (ART) in 2000 to manage and grow their combined share of funds provided through the disestablishment of Auckland Regional Services Trust.
To date, ART has invested in a number of significant projects in partnership with other organisations such as the city councils of the Auckland region, universities and government agencies.
Our big idea
(ART) is growing entrepreneurship in Auckland’s creative sector to generate cultural and economic outcomes that benefit the Auckland Region.
Punters, customers, audiences… we know they are out there but where? Who are they anyway, what do they want and how can we tell them about the brilliant stuff we have to offer?
A how-to on connecting arts audiences online...from the Australian Arts Council.
Your work is great, even if you do say so yourself. So now it’s time to tell the world about it and actively market what you do. Simon Young offers some tips on where to start.
The following concepts show great promise in being applicable for arts organizations that are looking to market their venues and performances in new ways.
Before the invention of television, print advertising and the Internet, people relied exclusively on word-of-mouth referrals from friends and neighbors to decide who to do business with.
Take a look at how one internet retail company, Art.com, has established a sustainable and successful year-round social media strategy.
A step-by-step SMM strategy for promoting your business on Facebook.
If you build a Facebook Page, will fans come? This is the great hope for many businesses. However, fans do not magically appear from the Facebook mist.
Twenty two excellent tips on how to increase your Twitter followers from Linked Media Group.
So you want to succeed with Twitter eh? Before you run off and chase shiny butterflies and little blue birds, take a seat and collect yourself.