London, Canada, November 25, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Social Media for the Arts (SMArts) incorporates all elements of the London arts scene including the visual arts, performing arts and more. This event is free to attend and will take place at Museum London in London, Ontario, Canada on Saturday November 27th, 2010 from 10:00AM - 4:00PM (ET).
Stephanie Ciccarelli, co founder and CMO for Voices.com, will be speaking at SMArts on "Opportunities for Voice Artists in New Media: How voice is used on the Internet and mobile applications." Areas to be discussed will include podcasting, web, audiobooks, apps and more. The session will last about an hour and is broken up into two parts.
Following the formal aspect of the presentation, an interactive discussion about social networking opportunities for the voice acting community in London, Ontario and its surrounding areas will take place. A local-based networking group for voice actors will be introduced alongside a Facebook page to keep in touch with the voice over community in the region.
This session is for anyone who wants to learn more about how the spoken word is impacting mobile technologies as well as those aspiring to do voice overs and those who are already doing voice over.
To learn more about the event, got to: www.smartslondon.com
For more information about Voices.com, visit: www.voices.com
Social Media for the Arts or SMarts is an unconference. Which means that most of the content of the day comes from the participants. All attendees are welcome to present on any topic that they think would benefit their fellow conference goers - find out more information on the wiki. SMarts is developed as a co-project of Museum London and The London Arts Council.