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FREE DIGITAL WORKSHOP | Show and Tell – Making a Website for Your Creative Work

October 30, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm EDT

DIGITAL WORKSHOP | Show and Tell - Making a Website for Your Creative Work
Make it easy for people to find, see and support your creative work!

About this event

A website is so much more than a passive online portfolio display. It can be a centralized place to showcase services, a marketing tool to share stories, and an educational platform to help clients understand your craft. This practical workshop examines the best ways for creatives to present their websites, with real-life examples of best practices, and helpful resources for DIY design.



When – Saturday 30 October, 10:00am – 12:30pm

Where – Online! This event will be held via Zoom. You will be able to access the link on the online events page after you have registered.

Cost – This workshop is free but registration via Eventbrite is essential. You must register to access the workshop link.



Come along if you are a creative freelancer, an established arts practitioner, or run an arts organization. Curious hobbyists, recent graduates, and emerging creatives are also welcome to attend!

This workshop is open to anyone who lives, works, studies, or plays in the City of Ryde.



  • Lifetime access to a dedicated Dropbox folder full of additional resources and workbooks to help continue the learning after the workshop is over;
  • Access to additional free webinars to supplement the material covered in the workshop



Once you’ve registered for this event, you will be able to access information about how to log in and access the webinar by viewing the online event page. You’ll also be sent reminder links from Eventbrite before the workshop.

You’ll need access to a stable internet connection and a computer, laptop, or tablet to participate in the workshop. We don’t recommend using a phone due to the small screen size.



Lillie Brown, Marketing Manager of Creative Plus Business

Lillie Brown is a freelance marketing strategist and Marketing Manager of the Creative Plus Business Group. Lillie works with small to medium creative businesses to devise and implement marketing and social media strategies that are easy for creative brains to digest. She walks clients through a comprehensive planning process to create simple to understand and actionable strategies to help them fulfill their vision. Before working with Creative Plus Business, Lillie was the Arts Administration Officer for Southern Tableland Arts. Lillie is also a renegade embroidery artist.




This workshop is part of a series of free professionally run workshops teaching business and professional skills to creatives in the City of Ryde. These workshops are an opportunity to get expert advice and meet other local creatives.

You can see the full program at


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