Networking Event for Students

NY Creative Interns is extremely excited to be hosting our 4th meetup at
Etsy Labs in DUMBO!

What: Selling Yourself Without Selling Out: Making it as an Artist in the
Digital Age <>

When: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 6:30 PM

Price: $5.00 per creative

Where: Etsy Labs
55 Washington St, Suite 712
NY, NY 10012

In a world where digital rules, how can you take your creative project and
do something with it? If you call yourself an artist (and we’re all artists
in our own right) – what are the best ways to make the digital landscape
your friend? Join NY Creative Interns and Etsy to hear a panel of artists
share insight and discuss how even the most traditional art forms can have a
place in the digital age.

Ruben Quinones <> // Director of New Media,
Pathinteractive, NYU Adjunct Professor
Jacob Krupnick <> // Girl Walk All Day,
Parris Whittingham <> // New York Wedding
Katherine Barna <> // Communications
Director, Tumblr

* Free refreshments!
* Photobooth by Galo Delgado of The Photobooth Project
* Etsy Photobooth with prints made on-site
* Free copies of Use Your Head to Get Your Foot in the Door: Job Search
Secrets No one Else Will Tell You <>
* Goodies from Coroflot
<> Check it out and RSVP here <>

Sample tweets:
.@NYCinternz <> event @Etsy
<> next Tues- "Sell Yourself Without Selling
Out" – RSVP


.@NYCInternz <> Meetup #4
<> at @Etsy
<> this Tues w/ @rubenq @girlwalkallday
<> @iamparris
<> @kathbarna

All the best,

Marny Smith
Community Manager at NY Creative Interns <> <>
@marnysmith <>

NY Creative Interns <> <> <> <>
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