Aspex presents a series of Digital Masterclasses.
We are particularly seeking female identifying people aged 18-35 to take part in this workshop, due to funding from PONToon, an EU Interreg France (Channel) England project, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.
PONToon aims to support women's employability through digital upskilling and the creation of a digital toolkit.
To find out more about the PONToon project visit https://www.pontoonproject.eu/
Book your place for each Masterclass on Eventbrite.
The session will walk you through the world of self employment with a focus on those in a creative industry. Workshop leader Danielle will talk you through managing your money, basic bookkeeping, taxes and HMRC.
24 November, 13.00 - 15.00hrs.
Join three female business owners as they share with us their journey of creating and running their own creative businesses, with a chance to ask questions and learn from some outstanding local entrepreneurs.
26 November, 13.00 - 15.00hrs.
By exploring some of the different (free to access) digital tools available to get to know and try creating with, we will begin to think about what "digital mediums" can be and what "online" as a location for our art to exist in might mean for our own individual practice.
3 December, 13.00 - 15.00hrs.
Learn the basics of a digital strategy and how to develop and engage an online audience with social media, your website and mailing lists. Discover social media tricks that will help build your audience and make the most of your time online.
10 December, 13.00 - 15.00hrs.
Artistic Executive Producer Maddie Smart and Portsmouth Producer Claire Woollard will talk about the process for moving the festival online and will highlight several specific projects to discuss in detail.
11 December, 13.00 - 15.00hrs.