Virtual engagement in the arts is being utilised more than ever, with artists turning to online platforms to continue to reach their audiences. Cultural data researchers Culture Counts have put together a handy guide of tips and tricks to getting your arts online.
This article include a list of platforms to help get your arts online, articles on going digital and a list of inspiring examples from Australian art organisations.
Some platforms to think about to get your art out there:
Platforms to help get your arts online
Are you new to online streaming? Here are some resources to help get you started.
- YouTube: visit the YouTube Creator Academy to gain tips on getting started, how to make content, producing videos, ways to make money and more.
- Facebook: visit the Facebook Live page for information such as how to live stream with your mobile, live video developers and broadcast solutions, tips on fundraising.
- Instagram: visit the Instagram Live page for instructions or to find out more, read Sprout Social’s Instagram Live article.
- Howlround: a free and shared resource for live conversations and performances relevant to the world’s performing arts and cultural fields. Contribute your content.
- Bandcamp: sell your music directly to fans.
- Open Broadcaster Software: free and open source software for video recording and live streaming.
- Kunstmatrix: A platform to help create virtual gallery without a space including pre-configured room templates.
- Artsteps: a virtual gallery platform which allows you to create virtual reality experience using your mobile.
- Paetron: a membership platform that makes it easy for artists and creators to get paid.
Excerpt from original article by Lisa Wallace on Culture Counts. See full article here.