A fast growing online social networking site <ul><li>Established in 2000, ArtsHub is a critical resource for Australia’s arts sector. ArtsHub features daily news, reviews, interviews and articles of interest to those working in the creative industries; and is the first port of call for anyone wanting to advertise an arts industry position, event or seeking work in the sector. </li></ul><ul><li>ArtsHub now has over 800 arts companies subscribing to advertise their latest events, jobs and news, and is visited over 100,000 times monthly by practicing arts workers and arts lovers. </li></ul><ul><li>ArtsHub writers and reviewers are practitioners who know and value the field they write about. There are over 1,415 contributors to ArtsHub including experienced writers, critics and broadcasters, academics, heads of peak associations and practicing artists. </li></ul>
Editorial Team <ul><li>Rita Dimasi is ArtsHub's Executive Editor and has been involved in ArtsHub for 7 years. Rita started her career in events and communications management for elite sport across Europe. After ten years she returned to Australia to work as Regional Editor Asia Pacific for Wcities, a travel and entertainment content publisher based in San Francisco. She has worked as an online producer for Telstra Bigpond and regularly consults for Melbourne University Communications projects. Rita leads a team of experienced writers and reviewers across the country. </li></ul><ul><li>Richard Watts is a writer, broadcaster and critic, and the host of the arts program SmartArts on Melbourne’s 3RRR FM. He was the Chair of Melbourne Fringe from 2007 - 2010, the Artistic Director of Express Media from 2000 - 2005, and is Acting President of the Green Room Awards. Richard is the founder of the Emerging Writers Festival, and a member of the Australian Film Critics Association. He has twice been a judge of the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, including chairing the drama panel in 2010. </li></ul><ul><li>Gordana Andjelic-Davila has been part of the ArtsHub family for the past two years, and enjoys her roles as the Review Coordinator and Editor; covering local events and reviewing the Arts. In her previous ‘professional incarnations’ – spanning the past 17 years and a few continents – she has held positions of Communications Manager, Creative Director and Editorial Contributor. </li></ul><ul><li>Fiona Mackrell is a Melbourne-based writer, reviewer and researcher and is the Sub-Editor for ArtsHub. She spent five years in television production with the ABC in Sydney and Melbourne, before studying Professional Writing and Editing at RMIT and moving into freelance writing. </li></ul>Our team is made up of experienced writers and reviewers…
VIC Writers <ul><li>Suzanne Yanko has reviewed for the Herald-Sun, the South China Morning Post, HMV VOICE – as well as programming and presenting radio programs in Papua New Guinea, Hong Kong and Australia. Suzanne currently presents Wednesday Intermezzo at community radio station 3MBS 103.5 in Melbourne, supporting classical music and Australian musicians. </li></ul><ul><li>Ronald McCoy is a Melbourne medico and educator with a passion for the arts. He is a singer and musician of classical and traditional music, and is the National Library of Australia, National Folk Fellowship Fellow for 2007-08. </li></ul><ul><li>James Ayers currently holds a Bachelor of Creative Arts with a Major in Cinema Studies as well as a Post Graduate Diploma of Journalism. </li></ul><ul><li>Amelia Swan is a Melbourne-based arts writer. She studied History of Art at Edinburgh, Scotland and came to Australia in1994. Contemporary art has been her focus in recent writing, in particular Australian multi-media work and sound art. </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
VIC Writers (cont’d) We have many contributors to ArtsHub … Bron Batten is a Melbourne based theatre-maker, choreographer and performer. She trained at Deakin University and The Victorian College of the Arts, graduating with a Post Graduate Diploma in Theatre Making (Animateuring). She has made work for festivals including The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Next Wave, The Village, The Big Day Out and The Falls Music Festival. Smiljana Glisovic studied Cinema (Melbourne University), Acting (WAAPA) and most recently graduated from a Masters in Writing (UTS). She writes about, and for, film, theatre, and the printed word. Siobhan Argent completed an Arts degree at the University of Melbourne and is currently undertaking a postgraduate diploma in editing and communications. Siobhan is currently a reviewer for ArtsHub. Paul Knox is the Artistic Director of PMD Productions and a reviewer for ArtsHub.
NSW Writers <ul><li>Gareth Beal has written for FilmInk and Encore and most notably as an article writer and reviewer for Good Reading magazine. Currently he spends his time teaching Creative Writing at Macquarie University and writing/producing for his production company, Utropea Films. </li></ul><ul><li>Victor Kline started his working life as Sydney's youngest barrister. He is now Editor of the Federal Court Reports, and an award winning playwright, director and actor who has worked extensively in theatre in Sydney and off Broadway in New York. He is also author of the novel 'Rough Justice'. </li></ul><ul><li>Lynne Lancaster recently returned to Sydney after living in London for five and a half years. Lynne is an Ausdance, SAMAG, Sydney Dance and Australian Ballet member. Lynne has an MA in Theatre from UNSW. In London Lynne completed the dance criticism course at Sadlers Wells linked in with Chichester University and was involved in the review panel for Resolution at the PLace and worked at Battersea Arts Centre and the Theatre Museum Covent Garden. </li></ul><ul><li>Marika Bryant is an artist and writer living in Northern New South Wales, graduating from Southern Cross University. Marika has worked as a writer for magazines, advertising agencies and is now focussing on her career as an abstract expressionistic, poetry based artist with a twist. </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
NSW Writers (cont’d) <ul><li>Jessika Steiner is a Sydney-based arts writer. She studied Art Education at the UNSW College of Fine Arts and is a practicing artist and secondary Visual Arts and Design teacher. </li></ul><ul><li>Jennie Sharpe is a poet, freelance writer and editor. She has published a collection of poetry in the book Australia: Facing the South and is also a novelist and short story writer. Jennie studied literature and theatre and is a classically trained musician. She is currently a sub-editor and contributor for French Provincial magazine. </li></ul><ul><li>Tim Spencer is a Sydney based writer and director. In 2007 he co-founded Bambina Borracha Productions and is currently working on this year’s season. He co wrote and directed The Genealogy of Victorian Birds, Then we had Adventures and is currently devising new projects. </li></ul><ul><li>Lucy Goleby has a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Drama, and has almost completed a Masters of Professional Communication. She has a background in performance, writes, reads, does yoga, makes clothes and is currently a reviewer for Artshub. </li></ul><ul><li>Scott O'Hara is the Manager of the Sutherland Entertainment Centre and Chairman of Arts Training NSW. Prior to that he was the Executive Manager of Arts Culture and Events at Sydney Olympic Park, the foundation CEO of CCDNSW, worked in various positions at the Australia Council, and in visual arts and music education and in the community sector. He began his professional life as an archaeologist and musician. He has also lectured at Macquarie University and served as a volunteer on the Boards of various arts organisations and Government committees. He holds qualifications in Arts Management and Ancient History, and has been published as a photographer, poet, music critic, academic and commentator on the arts. </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
QLD Writers <ul><li>Kirsten Le Roux (Cairns): With a love of plenty of sunshine and anything in the great outdoors, Kirsten Le Roux lives in Cairns. Her background is working in the marketing communications industry in South Africa, London, Belfast and Melbourne. A ferocious reader, Kirsten relishes being entertained, provoked and charmed by stories in print, at the movies or in theatre. </li></ul><ul><li>Laura Hillis’ background is a colourful jumble of performance, arts and events management and freelance writing. She has a Bachelor of Creative Industries from QUT majoring in Performance Studies and is undertaking a Masters in Business majoring in Public Relations. She currently works for a large charity running events and managing corporate partnerships and ultimately aims to marry her love of travel, the arts and culture, by working in international development. </li></ul><ul><li>John Carozza is a teacher and artist based in Brisbane. He is presently working at the QLD Academy for Creative Industries where he has developed the (award winning) Film Studies Program for the international Baccalaureate. He has over 20 years of teaching experience, as well as being commissioned to develop units of study and lead workshops in digital pedagogy and visual literacy in schools around Queensland and internationally. </li></ul><ul><li>Simon Tate is a teacher, director and performer currently teaching at The Queensland Academy for Creative Industries and Associate Director of Vanguard Youth Theatre. Simon has trained with QUT, The Qld Shakespeare Ensemble, Maitre D'Armes Gary Worsfield, Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre and The SITI Company (New York). </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
S.A. Writers <ul><li>Jade Wildy is an art theorist and historian based in Adelaide, Australia and she is currently studying for a Masters of Art History at the University of Adelaide. Jade holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts, with a major in ceramics from the University of South Australia. Jade's current research interests centre around contemporary art with a particular focus on Environmental Art, but she also has a love for psychology, biology and contemporary culture through art, music and dance. </li></ul><ul><li>Eleanor Zecchin is a practising visual artist based in Adelaide. A graduate from Adelaide Centre for the Arts, she is currently undertaking postgraduate studies in visual art at the University of South Australia. An avid viewer and participant of ‘art-like’ activities, she enjoys the challenge of responding to art through text. </li></ul><ul><li>Sam Ryan has worked at Radio Adelaide as a presenter and arts reporter, was Chief Co-Editor of Entropy magazine, wrote freelance for the Big Issue magazine, was ‘Culture Vulture’ arts reporter for Fresh FM, and the Arts and Culture Section Editor of national youth media portal Vibewire.net. Sam currently works for Lowdown Magazine, Australia’s only youth performing arts magazine as the Assistant Editor, copy editing as well as writing reviews and features. She is also reviewing the Adelaide Fringe for Express Media’s Buzzcuts program for young arts writers. </li></ul><ul><li>Chris Taras supports many of the cultural and music events that Adelaide has to offer such at The Fringe, Cabaret Festival, Womad and the local music scene. Chris is a keen collector of all things quirky, loves blues and contemporary jazz and has a passion for playing and learning the piano. </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
S.A. Writers (cont’d) <ul><li>Erin Keys left Australia to travel to Eastern Europe and lived in Bosnia Herzegovina with anarchist misfits, renegade punks and lost souls; working on leftist projects, punk music festivals. Writing ‘Silent Observations’ an English observational section in a confused anarchic neo communist zine project she returned to Australia and joined the Metal Design Studio JamFactory - Centre for Contemporary Craft and Design in 2008 where she continues to make art. </li></ul><ul><li>Catherine Dorrestyn has a long and dark past hiding in the bowels of far too many theatres, but that’s stage management! She can often be seen at opening nights and art galleries. She also likes to put colour onto canvas, sing and an avid story teller. </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
W.A. & Tasmania Writers <ul><li>Bronwyn Lewis lives in Perth, and is a reviewer for ArtsHub. In a 'past life' she worked for the Sydney Theatre Company, Opera Australia, National Gallery of Victoria and was CEO of Monsalvat. </li></ul><ul><li>Gillian Clark is an arts practitioner having worked as an actor and with a Diploma in Acting from NIDA. Having diversified into film writing and directing she has been part of film festivals, yet the stage has always been where she has 'cut her teeth' as a performer and also in the capacity as director. Now content to write for the performing arts medium and critique for theatre, she feels Oscar Wilde's words speak volumes for her profession: 'We are all of us in the gutter, but only some of us are looking at the stars' and loves the humanity that is laid vulnerable in art expression. </li></ul><ul><li>Sophie Serese has a background as a composer, specifically of opera. Two of her operas were performed at the Victorian Arts Centre, ‘The White Cat,’ and ‘Trilby,’ in 2003 and 2005, with sell-out performances. Sophie honed her writing skills as an opera librettist, member of the editorial committee for youth magazine, ‘Approach,’ by studying Copywriting at the Advertising Federation of Australia, and finally by becoming a reviewer for Arts Hub. In 2007, Sophie gained an Advanced Diploma of Business (Advertising) at Swinburne, and in 2009, gained her AmusA in piano. </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
ACT & NT Writers <ul><li>Sally D'Souza is a creative arts & media consultant based in Canberra who has facilitatedin creative arts events and multi-media projects and productions from independent artists, companies to government bodies in Sydney, Canberra and in Melbourne since 2001. Sally has curated exhibitions, edited publications, and managed performances, launches, events and festivals. She holds a Masters in Creative Writing and Graduate Diploma in Community Cultural Development. She has worked as a Curator for Artary Project Space, Senior Writer/Producer at WIN Television, Sub-editor for Multicultural Arts Victoria and Arts Writer for the Canberra Times. </li></ul><ul><li>Frank Madrid is a Venezuelan born journalist, actor and arts manager who has lived in Australia for more than a decade. He studied at New York University UTS ,University of Canberra as well as the Multicultural Arts Professional Development Program run by RMIT, Kape Communications and the Australia Council. He is a recipient of the prestigious Asia Link Residency. He has worked with SBS, 2SER and Artsound FM as host of several radio shows in English and Spanish. Frank is also an actor and voice over expert. His latest role was Francisco, the Spanish Red Wiggle, in the Spanish speaking version of the famous Australian television show The Wiggles, shown to an audience of over 200 million viewers in the Americas </li></ul><ul><li>Clara Mills is a seamstress and set designer by night and an advocate for things that are good by day. A former lawyer, Clara now works for an NGO in the Northern Territory. Clara marks the days each year until the Darwin Festival and is one of the founding members of the Happy Yess! Markets. </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
Contributors <ul><li>Tamara Winikoff is Executive Director of the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA). </li></ul><ul><li>Lisa Anderson creates work at Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris to develop ice images and sculpture from the Arctic with the architecture of the City of Light. </li></ul><ul><li>Jane Haley has expertise in cultural policy, arts management and private sector arts support. She has managed several arts organisations including Arts Access, the Queensland Theatre Company and the Arts Council of Australia (ACT); directed policy and program initiatives for Arts Queensland, the NSW Department of Education and the Victorian Government; and provided leadership for professional arts industry and advocacy bodies including ArtsPeak, the Arts Industry Council of Victoria, and the Australian Institute of Arts Management. Before taking up her position with the Australia Business Arts Foundation, Jane was Senior Policy Adviser to Mary Delahunty, MP, Victoria's Minister for the Arts. </li></ul><ul><li>Gary Anderson is a Melbourne academic. </li></ul>We have many contributors to ArtsHub …
Theatre & Visual Arts <ul><li>All the main theatre companies across Australia including; Bell Shakespeare Company, Black Swan State Theatre, Company B, Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company, State Theatre Company of South Australia, Sydney Theatre Company along with all the performances at the Australian Ballet and Australian Opera. </li></ul><ul><li>We have excellent coverage at the state galleries including; National Portrait Gallery, NGV, NGA, Art Gallery WA, Art Gallery SA, QLD Art Gallery, Art Gallery of NSW, Institute of Modern Art, Museum and Arts Gallery of NT. </li></ul>Throughout the season we cover….
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Main Event Festivals Here is just some of what we covered in 2010… 2010 Bangalow Music Festival 6th Arab Film Festival Parramatta Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2010 Adelaide Feast Festival Adelaide Festival Adelaide Fringe Adelaide International Guitar Festival Alice Desert Festival Alice Springs Beanie Festival Apollo Bay Music Festival Art Melbourne Australian Body Art Carnival 2010 Australian Celtic Festival Australian Fashion Week Australian Festival of Chamber Music Australian Italian Festival Awakenings Festival Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth Big Day Out Brisbane Cabaret Festival Brisbane Fashion Festival Brisbane Festival Brisbane Writers Festival Brunswick Music Festival Byron Bay Film Festival Byron Bay Writers Festival Canberra Readers and Writers Festival Chill Out Chinese New Year Festival 2010 Darwin Festival Electrofringe Emerging Writers Festival Falls Music and Arts Festival Lorne FESTIVAL OF Voices Tasmania Festivale - Launceston, Tasmania Flickerfest Future Music Festival QLD High Vibes Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival Knox Festival Liquid Architecture Man From Snowy River Bush Festival Manly Arts Festival Mardi Gras Festival MAV Emerge Melbourne Art Fair Melbourne Cabaret Festival Melbourne Fringe Festival Melbourne Human Rights Arts and Film Festival Melbourne International Animation Festival Melbourne International Arts Festival Melbourne International Comedy Festival Melbourne International Film Festival Melbourne International Jazz Festival Melbourne Queer Film Festival Melbourne Stencil Festival Melbourne Stencil Festival Melbourne Underground Film Festival Melbourne Writers Festival Melbourne Writers Festival Brisbane Fashion Festival Brisbane Festival Brisbane Writers Festival Brunswick Music Festival Byron Bay Film Festival Byron Bay Writers Festival Canberra Readers and Writers Festival Chill Out Chinese New Year Festival 2010 Darwin Festival Electrofringe Emerging Writers Festival Falls Music and Arts Festival Lorne FESTIVAL OF Voices Tasmania Festivale - Launceston, Tasmania Flickerfest Future Music Festival QLD High Vibes Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival Knox Festival
Main Event Festivals Here is just some of what we covered in 2010… Meredith Music Festival Midsumma Mildura Writers Festival MONA FOMA Movie Extra Tropfest 2010 National Folk Festival National Multicultural Festival 2010 National Play Festival National Young Writers Festival Next Wave Festival Out of the Box Kids Festival (QLD) Overload Poetry Festival Peats Ridge Perth Fashion Festival Perth Writers Festival Week Port Fairy Music Festival Queenscliff Music Festival Queensland writers week Rainbow Serpent Festival Reel Dance in Brisbane Revelation Film Festival Perth Semaphore Music festival Sheparton Festival Smart Arts Soundwave South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival Splendour in the Grass St Kilda Festival State of Design Festival Swell Sculpture Festival QLD Sydney Bienale Festival Sydney Comedy Festival Sydney Festival Sydney Film Festival Sydney Underground Film Festival Sydney Writers Festival Tamworth Textile Art Festival THE DREAMING FESTIVAL & Burunga Festival The Garma Festival Thiroul Festival This Is Not Art UWA Perth International Arts Festival Vivid Festival Sydney WOMADelaide WordStorm 2010, The NT Writers' Festival
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<ul><ul><li>The ArtsHub website and email bulletins are one of the fastest and most effective ways you can get your message out to the Australian arts industry. Across the country, they form part of thousands of artistic directors, arts managers, administrators, organisers, government officials, educators and artists daily lives…… </li></ul></ul>Why Advertise in ArtsHub? 108,000 monthly visits and One million pages views* * Source: Google Analytics, September 2010
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<ul><li>THE STATS </li></ul>Google Analytics December 2010
Specifications <ul><li>All advertisements have a set size and need to be supplied in the correct format for us to place your display advertisement on the website. The specifications are as follows: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Specifications for Flash creative (SWF) - For the tracking of Flash creative you will need to embed your own click through link into the creative during its production . </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>You are required to set the Action Script for your link to open in a new browser window. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>GIF or JPEG -Arts Hub have the facility to track click through and exposure rates on JPEG and GIF creative. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>E Newsletter/Bulletins - Artwork for the email bulletins cannot be flash and must be static at 486 x 60 IMU. All other specifications remain the same. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>PLEASE NOTE: </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Strobing effects, flickering and fast animations are not permitted. </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Animated GIF or Flash banners may only have a maximum of 3 panels. </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Images and Flash creative must be 72 dpi. </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Files are required to be UNDER 40kb in size. </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>We require all banner advertising is submitted 5 business days before the run date agreed upon to allow for testing and troubleshooting. </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>If your advertising does not adhere to these guidelines ArtsHub reserves the right to remove it from the website until amended. </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>Book your display advertising today by emailing Andrew on email@example.com
Audience Profile Our recent Survey confirmed our subscribers are educated and active …
Arts Jobs, News, Reviews, Events and more… <ul><li>With ~100,000 visitors each month ArtsHub delivers the latest arts news, reviews & jobs from over 700 arts companies </li></ul><ul><li>ArtsHub users of our social media cut across every demographic which is no great surprise to many in the arts industry. Among social networking sites specifically, Facebook and Twitter we beat other sites and our popularity across all age ranges. Over half of users search online for entertainment, reviews and free giveaways and are predominantly from Sydney and Melbourne. </li></ul>ArtsHub is Australia’s Arts Portal & the leader in arts industry information since 2000.
Social Media There are opportunities for clients to engage in our social media channels… Source: facebook & twitter 17/11/2010
What publications do they read frequently (e.g. Weekly, or as published)? VIC Our ArtsHub Victorian subscribers read The Age more than any other publication…..
What radio stations do they listen to? VIC Our ArtsHub Victorian subscribers mainly listen to the ABC, Triple RRR and Triple J
What publications do they read frequently (e.g. Weekly, or as published)? NSW Our ArtsHub New South Wales subscribers read The Sydney Morning Herald …..
What radio stations do they listen to? NSW Our ArtsHub NSW subscribers mainly listen to the ABC, Triple J and FBI……
ArtsHub Australia Professional Members SURVEY 2011 1,785 Completed February 2011
ArtsHub members’ profile 25% male 75% female 95% would recommend ArtsHub to others 88% purchase event tickets online 85% purchase accommodations online 52% drink wine every week 68% purchase DVDs, CDs, iTunes online 88% purchase airline tickets online 85% own iPod, mp3 player, portable music player 83% own 2+ computers and/or laptops 64% own iPhone/ smart phone 41% own a video game console 16% own an eBook reader, Kindle, iPad 46% purchase movie tickets online 45% have been AH members over 2 years 16% Are in the market for a hybrid car 32% Are in the market for a small car 19% are looking to purchase a car in the next 12 mths. 31% fly domestically every 3 mths. 61% hire a car online 37% drink beer every week 27% fly internationally once a year
Testimonials <ul><li>“ A very handy and much needed publication and resource.” </li></ul>Here is what our ArtsHub subscribers have to say…… “ I think that ArtsHub is a fantastic way to stay "linked in" with the arts scene in Australia. I love spending time keeping up to date with what is on” ArtsHub has been a fantastic communication device for our gallery. The past year has seen our gallery flourish into a cutting-edge contemporary Arts facility, and Arts Hub has played a key role in this development. “ I think the ArtsHub website is fantastic and it continues to be such a wonderful source of information for me, my team and the rest of us here at Department of Culture and the Arts in Perth.” “ Arts Hub is an invaluable resource for the far-flung Australian arts community. Arts Hub offers a whiff of the zeitgeist, a snapshot of contemporary Australia's outspoken creative community” I think it's great. Professional well presented, comprehensive, easy to use.
Job Board of the Year <ul><li>The awards were presented at a gala dinner in Sydney on the 22nd of October and brought together Australia’s recruitment professionals to celebrate the best in the industry. </li></ul><ul><li>The winners of each award were determined by expert and independent judges from within the Australian recruitment industry at Opera Point Marquee. </li></ul><ul><li>ArtsHub took out the award over finalists careermums and Six Figures. </li></ul><ul><li>The Best Industry Jobs Board award reflects the continued improvement of ArtsHub to connect industry professionals with interesting and fulfilling careers around the country. </li></ul>MEDIA RELEASE: 29th October 2010 ARTSHUB WINS BEST INDUSTRY JOBS BOARD AT RECRUITMENT EXCELLENCE AWARDS