Arts Organizations & Artists | Points North Creative

By: Points North Creative  09-12-2011
Keywords: Marketing, artists, arts organizations

For Arts Organizations:

Points North assists arts organizations with business and strategic planning, marketing, cultural planning,  event design and creative direction.

“Lynn has extensive in depth passionate knowledge of the history and current trends of northern art.  Lynn delivers innovative and effective solutions to the issues faced with marketing northern art. She has demonstrated knowledge of cross cultural skills and is successful in working with northern artists to maximize market potential and economic benefit.” - Dushyenth Ganesan, Department of Economic Development and Transportation, Government of Nunavut.

For Artists

With current market knowledge and experience, Points North offers one-on-one professional development for both visual and performing artists.

Services include:

Business planning, strategic planning, marketing, website development, product development, product placement, pricing strategies and grant writing.

Keywords: artists, arts organizations, Marketing

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