born on a small dot of land in the middle of the indian ocean called the seychelles islands, i now live in charleston, sc where…
art, art column, Art Pimp, Charleston, Charleston Art Mag, Charleston Scene, Olivia Pool, Seychelles, writer
checking out the massive bee stuck in my sun room.
oh i'm actually super in love with this couch!!!!! give it to me!!!!!!!!!!! SERIOUSLY...
I will do amazing things with this and will make it famous. i will bring it to my office and do strange photoshoots on it. all. the. time. i'm so very serious. my email address is email@example.com.
Hmmm. I think much of this boils down to marketing. A couple years ago, author Michael Kaiser came to speak at CofC about his book and methods called The Art of the Turnaround, specifically aimed at helping non-profits. At that time, the CSO was having a hard time because they weren't properly marketing what they were doing and they started severely going under. 1. You have to do things people are interested in. 2. You have to let the public know about these exciting things! This is exactly what Kaiser talks about in his book - non-profits need to spend more time marketing. It may seem like a Catch-22 situation but it clearly works - look at the CSO now!
The event is at 10 Storehouse Row at the Navy Yard at Noisette. See you there!
Come and check out the old doors we've suspended from the ceiling for the Earth Day Art Show organized and curated by Art Mag for the CYP Annual Green Event Wednesday from 5-8 at Old Navy Base. Register online at www.charleston-yp.com.
Powered by Foundation
© Copyright 2013,
Charleston City Paper