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What is unique and interesting about your home studio or place of business?
Art Openings creates informative web content using photos, video clips, dialogue and testimonials to tell your story to the world. This webpage info can be imported into your website and/or posted as a link on emails and social media sites. Art Openings also posts your webpage on social media sites like Linkedin, Facebook and Arts Victoria the city’s website. My email list includes 700 plus business, media and cultural contacts.
Art Openings offers a communication service designed to promote your product and skills online.
Based in Victoria, I've created over 100 webpages for local artists and cultural events since 2009. Many of these pages are featured on my recently upgraded website. While profiling 15 artists and organizations funded by the BC Arts Council for their website, I spoke to artists in Russia, Europe and Northern BC.
This professional, personalized service is a cost effective way to achieve permanent, world-wide coverage.
A webpage costs less than a print ad and delivers much more. Your webpage includes at least 10-15 photos and 700 carefully crafted words. Specially designed for web audiences, it’s accessible, informative and visually dynamic. Capturing the lively action in a webpage offers archival material, audience development and community outreach. The cost of this communication service is very reasonable. Please contact me for various services and costs.
POSITIVE FEEDBACK FROM CLIENTS and GUESTS
May 19, 2014 Christine Reimer re webpage for "Transition - Visceral Landscapes"
"You have my sincere gratitude and admiration for all the work you have done for me in the past couple of months. Your sensitivity, positive attitude and knowledge of the public relations and social media have been an enormous boost to my visibility as an artist."
Christine’s Preview Page sent to Art Openings media contacts sparked the interest of Robert Amos, Times Colonist arts columnist and a writer from the Saanich News. Christine sold several paintings via the exhibition.
Victoria’s City Hall hosted The Witness Blanket in September 2014.
Thank you Kate, the webpage looks great! Office of the Mayor, Dean Fortin.
"Kate, this is marvellous. The way you’ve done your own weaving of the stories is lovely. Congratulations!" Jane Hutchins.
"I remember long ago hearing something about the Indian residential schools, but never any details or understanding. Such an inexplicable and inconceivable history. And it happened in Canada, of all places! After nearly 84 years, I don't shock easily, but this shred of history did it!"
Towne Bannon, San Diego, USA.
"Kate, I am so touched by going through this beautiful story – so well laid out and clearly described. It brought me to tears. Your artistic perspective so enriches my life." Dorothy Strachan.
"Thanks for sharing this incredible story, Kate. What an amazing project!"
Vanya McDonell, Community Development Coordinator, FGCA.
"Thank you for all of your hard work and putting together such a comprehensive site!" Rosy Hartman
"Thank you so much for all the work you did to tell this story from so many perspectives." Gilakasla, Carey Newman.
"It's fabulous, Kate. Bravo. And thank you. And I look forward to meeting you someday!" Shelagh Rogers
Carole Sabiston's Studio Visit
Hi Kate – thanks very much for including the Pacific Forestry Centre in your webpage. It’s really nice to see all of Carole Sabiston’s work.
Cheers, Vanessa Greebe, Communications at Forestry Centre.
Just SWELL., I trust all our fellow interviewed colleagues will be most happy. Congratulations to YOU for a brilliant concept!
What a wonderful tribute! What A LOT of stitches dear Carole made.
Some beautiful work of hers that I've never seen. That is a treat.
Thank you, Kate. Sara Cassidy.
Well done Kate! I like the look of the site and can appreciate your work involved in creating it. I have to say Carole’s work honoring Carol Shields is very moving! Connie Rese.
“Kate produced a wonderful webpage on our business, Knotty by Nature Fibre Arts. Then she promoted our community-based Fibrations festival which got the attention of local media. After the press release for Fibrations went out, we followed it with an excellent webpage by Kate Cino, which attracted CFAX, the Times Colonist and Check 6 news. Her work is thoughtful, well rounded and very effective, I support this advertising opportunity as I believe it will benefit our outreach.”
Stephanie Papik speaking to the 2013 organizing committee of the First Nations, Metis and Inuit show.