Arts Marketing & Media Creatives


Arts Marketing & Media Creatives

A group to share your work and latest discoveries. Discuss challenges and new developments with your professional network. 



Head/Directors of Marketing Communications

Heads of press and PR

Marketing/Communications Managers

Digital Marketing Managers

Box Office Managers

Digital Marketing/Communications Officers

Marketing/Communications Assistants

Press Assistants





Digital Creatives

Art Directors

Creative Directors 

Web Production 


Social Media Gurus 





Location: UK
Members: 82
Latest Activity: Jul 24, 2019

Discussion Forum

Adapting to new Digital Ideas 1 Reply

Started by Jen Thornton. Last reply by Kelly Page Jan 5, 2012.

Arts Marketing is Dead? 6 Replies

Started by Jen Thornton. Last reply by Kelly Page Dec 13, 2011.

Print to web. Does it work? Can it work? 4 Replies

Started by Marc Heatley. Last reply by Marc Heatley Dec 8, 2011.

Jobs Adverts - Marketing / Digital / Media Creatives

Started by Matt the Hat Nov 29, 2011.

Digital Advertising 2011 / Digital solutions and use of social media 3 Replies

Started by Matt the Hat. Last reply by Matt the Hat Nov 14, 2011.

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Comment by Matt the Hat on January 23, 2012 at 12:20
Comment by Marc Heatley on December 8, 2011 at 21:53

Brand pages coming to Twitter:

Do you think Twitter are risking feature bloat?

Comment by Catrin Rogers on December 8, 2011 at 12:21

Hi all, and welcome new members!

Do any of you intend to go to one of the the AMA's Creative Copywriting workshops in Jan? Has anyone been before and if so, what did you think?

I'm intrigued...

Comment by Matt the Hat on December 8, 2011 at 12:13

A big welcome to latest group members Sarah Gilbert Marketing Manager at the WMC / Steve Dimmick Digital Specialist and Guto Evans Creative Director at Elfen.

Comment by Matt the Hat on December 8, 2011 at 10:08

A warm welcome to James Thomas the latest member to join our group, great to meet you at the AMA tweet up at Milgi in Cardiff a few weeks ago. We have a few active discussions on the group (see above) have a rummage around it's pretty interesting stuff. 

Comment by Kelly Page on December 7, 2011 at 16:17

Jen, many thanks for your reply and information about the process. Social networks are funny like that - much content is interconnected through links and functionality. Be great to have the forums reinstated, in the least in the groups. Also, there was a great forum discussion created by Guto from Elfen about Marketing in the Arts. Be great to also have content like that archived somewhere. Thanks again, I hoped you'd look into it. Kelly    

Comment by Jen Thornton on December 7, 2011 at 10:19

Hi guys, 

We know that the discussion forums have gone and we're working on a solution. As Marc said, the Group forums still exist and all the content can be viewed via the link below or through the search function. It was an unexpected consequence of the re-design that that they no longer show so we're looking at the best ways to keep discussions within the groups. Will keep you posted :)


Comment by Kelly Page on December 7, 2011 at 1:51

Marc, many thanks, I've noted the link. Agree things often overlooked as so much to consider. I'm wondering if by removing the "forums", has also removed the discussions for each group, or if done separately. Probably an oversight. When it comes to the redesign of a social network though, caution should be made when removing any content, especially that created by members. Social network site design is very different to most media/website design. The company is not the only creator/owner of content and deleting someone's discussion or posts is not the way of community. For example, there were discussion in this group that were deleted when it was renamed. A tad controlling. I look forward to seeing the content/links reinstated.  

Comment by Marc Heatley on December 7, 2011 at 1:24

Hey Kelly - you can find the list by adding /forum to the group address ie:

But the links should be added back to this landing page. The idea of all of our conversations happening on this wall is too grim to consider.

I'm sure it's just an oversight. There are so many elements to consider in the way a site like this works, it can't be hard to miss something.

Comment by Kelly Page on December 7, 2011 at 0:48

Marc. This appears to have happened for ALL the groups? Where have the links to the discussions in the groups gone. If they still exist, does this mean 'we' (group members) can't start new discussions? Can you please reinstate the discussion sections for the groups please. 


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