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Distributing your work online

Start Time:
29/03/2022, 11:00am
End Time:
29/03/2022, 12:30pm

About the event

The Space, in association with Arts Council England is hosting a webinar for artists and arts organisations who want to know how to extend the reach and impact of their work using online distribution.

This is the third in a short series  on building and engaging with online audiences. Whether you’re interested in sharing new content, or presenting the best of your work to an online audience, our speakers share current thinking, and ideas on how to maximise your impact.

Previously we’ve covered how to use short form content to promote your work, and how to find and develop an audience online.  In this webinar we’ll dig into the value of creating a distribution plan, and The Space Associate Dom Kennedy will discuss how he helps arts organisations to do that.

With a mix of discussion, presentation and plenty of time for questions, we’ll cover a range of questions including:

  • Developing a distribution plan
  • Finding potential partners to extend your reach
  • Making the best of your own social media channels
  • Using your distribution budget effectively


Dominic Kennedy is a digital arts consultant advising on international arts marketing and distribution projects. Among others he’s worked with the Royal Court Theatre, Cheek by Jowl, The Migration Museum and 1927.

Sarah Fortescue is Head of Distribution for The Space, working with commissioned organisations to develop distribution strategies for their work.  Her projects have featured on the BBC, Channel 4, Sky Arts, The Guardian and Buzzfeed.

Additional information

The webinar lasts 90 minutes and will take place on Zoom.
There will be a live captioner throughout.
A recording of the webinar will be available on our YouTube channel after the event.

You will be sent a link via Eventbrite that can be used to join the webinar. You will also receive a reminder email on the morning of the webinar and just before the session starts.

In association with

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