Saturday September 10th, 2005
FACE School Auditorium, 3449 University Street, MONTREAL (above Sherbrooke Street, University exit from McGill Metro station) 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tickets $20. in advance,$30. at the door (514) 807-4171
See PROGRAM below
support-networking for writers, self-publishers, musicians and artists since 2001
Invisible Cities Network is hosting a day long conference-marketing workshop for writers and aspiring writers, published authors, poets, creative entrepreneurs, and emerging artists of all disciplines
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Date: Saturday, Sept 10, 2005
Place: FACE School Auditorium. 3449 University Street (above Sherbrooke Street, McGill Metro, exit on University Street; some free parking available)
Cost: $20 (pre-registration) and $30 at the door.
Leonardo de Luca: "Embracing the Paradox: The Art of Business meets the Business of Art."
Sandra Phillips: "Fertilizing your own Backyard" (Regional marketing)
NAT Grant: "Starting From Scratch" Self-Promotion Techniques
Alex Brett: "The Value of and Tips on Press Releases"
Media Panel with moderator, Josh Cowan
Terry Mosher - Aislin/ Gazette
Marilyn Vanderstaay – Journalist
Jean-François Fortier – Professional Musician
Peter Wintonick – Independent Film-maker
Philip McMaster, MBA, Tips on Networking, Satellite Radio & Canadian Content
09h00: Registration and coffee with Zarka Entertainment (TBA)
09h20: Intro by Christine Manolescu of ICN & EMCEE, Josh Cowan
09:30: Leonardo de Luca
10h30: break/networking/book sales with Zarka Entertainment (TBA)
11:00: Sandra Phillips
12:00: Lunch/networking/book sales with Zarka Entertainment (TBA)
13h00: N.A.T Grant
14h00: Alex Brett
15h15: Media Panel: Terry Mosher, ‘Aislin’, Marilynn Vanderstaay, Peter Wintonick, Jean François Fortier, Emcee Josh Cowan
16h15: Finale with Philip McMaster & Networking until 17:00
Each presenter will speak for 40 minutes, followd by question period. A light buffet will be served for lunch. Books, CDs, cards, and so on, by ICN members and others will be offered for sale in the foyer.