Digital presence vertitybabbs
Workshops & Courses

Outside The Algorithm - Online Presence Workshop

Ver­i­ty Babbs will share knowl­edge and advice on the impor­tance of online port­fo­lios, web­sites, biogra­phies and your social media presence.

Online platforms offer an incredible showcase for creatives, granting a wider reach and exposure than the traditional offline channels. Are you leveraging your digital presence to boost your career and sell your art?

Verity Babbs will share knowledge and advice on the importance of online portfolios, websites, biographies and your social media presence, she will discuss:

How to improve your online presence
Tips and tricks for showcasing your work online
How to improve how you talk about yourself, and your creative practice
Getting noticed in front of curators, agencies and consumers.
About Verity Babbs

Verity Babbs is an art critic, curator, and comedian from Northampton. She graduated with a BA in History of Art from the University of Oxford in 2019. She is the assistant curator for Rise Art, an online gallery working with artists around the globe. She also hosts a YouTube series called Art Laughs where she interviews the UK's comedic stars about an artwork of their choice.

About Rise Arts

Rise Art - an online arts platform - was started with the goal of championing, developing, and showcasing the work of outstanding emerging and mid-career artists. With over 500 artists selling their work on the site, Rise Art proves themselves to be experts in their field with advisory content, physical exhibitions, and excellent platform design.

Digital Workshops Programme

In partnership with Yew! Magazine and supported by Cultivator these digital workshops are aimed at young creatives to help them to develop an online presence. The sessions will include introductions on how to sell and make NFTs, a crypto asset which records ownership of a digital item, such as an image, video or text, on blockchain. It will also cover how to start your own podcast.
Digital presence vertitybabbs