New York Observer’s Andrew Russeth, GalleristNY Editor, Joins Artexpo’s New Media Panel
Artexpo’s New Media panel discussion is always a big hit, and this year will be no exception. Joining us as a panelist for the first time is Andrew Russeth, Editor of GalleristNY at The New York Observer—a generous Artexpo New York 2012 sponsor.
Looking to gain exposure for your fine art business but daunted by online marketing? Join us in the Education Pavilion on Saturday, March 24, 4:30-5:30 p.m. for “Powering Your Marketing with New Media.” Our New Media panel speakers will share tips on easy ways to harness the power of new media platforms including websites, blogging, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, video and more to promote your business or gallery.
A well-known blogger covering New York’s fine art beat, Andrew Russeth explores topics like Archery in Art, the 2012 Hasselblad Award (photographer Paul Graham claimed it) and The Armory Show in his GalleryistNY blog. He’s also the author of 16 Miles of String, a blog exploring contemporary art and art history, usually in or around New York City.
The New York Observer, founded by Arthur L. Carter in 1987, is the weekly newspaper of New York. It is published every Wednesday, and electronically refreshed daily at www.observer.com.
We look forward to hosting both Andrew and The New York Observer in just a few weeks at Artexpo New York 2012!
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