Former Executive Director at MySLArt will head the company's marketing and new artist promotions programs
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ST. LOUIS, Missouri; April 13, 2015 – The Art Beacon, online marketing and branding solutions for professional artists is thrilled to announce that Jenny Churchill has joined the company as Director of Marketing.
The Art Beacon has committed to expanding its offerings to serve professional artists in the Greater St. Louis Area and national art communities by providing new tools, instruction and guidance to artists to promote and manage their art businesses. Ms. Churchill will oversee the development of new tools, programs and offerings for the company's members, and for the art community at large.
"Jenny Churchill brings her valuable expertise and experience to The Art Beacon to expand our offerings to professional artists, and to develop additional programs to promote member artists in the St. Louis area and nationwide" noted Jennifer Suits, principal of The Art Beacon. "The addition of Jenny to our company is key to our ability to deliver effective solutions for professional artists who are struggling to promote their own art businesses."
Churchill will oversee and present at The Art Beacon workshops. The next workshop “Chaos to Clarity - Blogging Sells Art” is scheduled for May 14, 2015. At that workshop, artists will learn to quickly and efficiently write articles for their blogs to reach more collectors and increase repeat business. More information about the workshop is available at www.theartbeacon.com.
Churchill previously incorporated the nonprofit organization MySLArt and has served as Executive Director since 2011. She spearheaded the once failing, and abandoned social network of St. Louis artists that is now a thriving 501(c)(3) with thousands of active members. In addition to all operational duties of the organization, she managed, curated, promoted, and executed 33 consecutive monthly group art openings, each with 33 local artists. Through her vision and devotion "The 33” juried exhibitions were successful, highly respected and well attended events. She remains a member of the Board of Directors at MySLArt.
Churchill and her family live in Webster Groves, Missouri. Originally from IL, she moved to Denver, Colorado in 1996. She and her husband moved back to St. Louis in 2008. They have two energetic young boys. She and her family are actively engaged in the St. Louis art community.
Churchill's dedication and sincere love of St. Louis and its local art shines through the opportunities she creates for emerging and professional artists in the region. She is looking forward to focusing on promoting local professional artists nationally and internationally.
Headquartered in St. Louis, The Art Beacon provides business and marketing support to allow professional artists to focus more on creating their art, and less time mired in ineffective efforts trying to promote it. Artists are faced with an overwhelming number of available traditional and online networking options. The Art Beacon coaches artists to find the most effective online tools and coaching to fit each artist's individual art business goals. The Art Beacon keeps its members up to date with ever changing technology through personal coaching, online support and by leading effective workshops. For ongoing news visit The Art Beacon's website: www.theartbeacon.com.
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