Posts Tagged ‘websites’

It’s that time of year again. .  .

I’ve just been tasked with updating the website I created to support the St Albans Folk Festival last year. I can’t say the site has evolved  as much as I was initially hoping, but then I guess it only gets one update a year!



Anyway, there are some good acts booked for the two week period – check it out here >>


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Some friends of mine have just started a very cool community/showcase site for the visual arts that I feel compelled to mention.

Called visualart:now, the site has lots and lots of stuff to commend it to both the practicing visual artist or pure enthusiast alike.

In addition to allowing one to merely upload images of work and sell it online (which lots of sites seem to do these days), this one adds a lot of value by having numerous additional features such as relevant articles, interviews with established artists, an events diary and a forum. Most useful to the struggling freelancer is the ‘jobs/opportunities’ listing, which I’ve already taken full advantage of! The site is also incredibly easy and logical to use.

So, enough enthusing – I’m off to get the camera and put some of my more recent items of scrap sculpture up there!!

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