How to Create Social Media Presence to Sell Your Work

Sunday 21 November 2021

Social media is essential, arguably the bread-and-butter of developing your online presence as an artist or writer.


But how do you rise above the cacophony and create content that increases your visibility while reflecting who you are? In this workshop, poet, playwright and performance artist Chanje Kunda will share her unique insights into how she has harnessed the power of social media to sell her work, giving participants a how-to guide for creating an impactful social media presence.

Event Time: 2 hours 45 minutes

Free, Suggested Donation £10

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Chanje Kunda (@chanje.kunda) is a poet, playwright and performance artist. Her work explores 21st century life, and aims to use art as a tool to transform lives, shift consciousness and also bring joy to an otherwise serious and stressful modern existence. She predominately works as a solo artist in performance, across the literary, theatrical and live art sectors.

UK performance highlights include features at The Royal Albert Hall, the Southbank and the Royal Exchange, in addition to touring arts centres and festivals throughout the country. Internationally she has performed at the Calabash Literature Festival, Jamaica. As an artist-in-residence in the Netherlands, she has performed in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Eindhoven and Groningen. She has also toured work to Zimbabwe and South Africa. Other international representation includes selection by the British Council for IETM conferences in Romania and Croatia.

In addition to her live performance work, Chanje has produced audio visual performance for digital media. During lockdown in 2020, Chanje has had creative commissions from DadaFest International Festival, Manchester International Festival and the Imperial War Museum.

‘Chanje Kunda is one of the most hard working, industrious and talented artists in the region.’ Garfield Allen, Sustained Theatre Up North

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