Sponsored by TD Bank Group and presented by Mississauga Arts Council, TD Culture Lab is a series of professional development webinars and workshops designed specifically for the creative sector in Mississauga. This fall, our workshops will be in-person! Join us at MindShare Workspace (Erin Mills Town Centre) for our Fall 2022 Workshop Series.
Media Masterclass – Join MAC as we sit down with a panel of experts to find out how to write press releases, and get your engaging stories noticed by the press! Panel discussion led by MAC’s Communications Producer Sherri Murray featuring Jay Kana (Modern Mississauga) and Paige Williams (City of Mississauga).
In-Person Workshop Details:
- When: Tuesday, November 1, 2022
- Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm
- Where: MindShare Workspace in Erin Mills Town Centre, 5100 Erin Mills Parkway, #Suite I3, Mississauga, ON, L5M 4Z5
- Tickets: $10/ticket available through Eventbrite – www.eventbrite.ca/e/407075522847
- Workshop Capacity: maximum 35 tickets available
About this Workshop:
Join MAC as we sit down with a panel of experts to find out how to write press releases, and get your engaging stories noticed by the press! Panel discussion led by MAC’s Communications Producer Sherri Murray featuring Jay Kana (Modern Mississauga) and Paige Williams (City of Mississauga). Get your questions about media and public relations answered by professionals, and meet some of Mississauga’s leading media personnel. Network with your peers and get tips for your next press release or social media campaign!
About the Host:
MAC’s Communications Producer, Sherri Murray, has over 4 years of experience working in a variety of Multimedia and Communications roles. Previously, she worked for Redbrick Communications in Port Credit, Mississauga as a Multimedia Specialist where she worked on a variety of digital content for local governments and clients such as the Association of Municipalities of Ontario. Her education background is from McMaster University, where she holds a BA in Communication Studies and Multimedia with a minor in Theatre and Film. During her spare time there, she worked within Hamilton’s art scene and helped create the first Multimedia Grad Show titled POLY. Sherri is excited to combine her passion for advocating for local artists and skills as a digital content creator to help lift Mississauga’s talented arts community
About the Panelists:
Jay Kana proudly owns Modern Mississauga Media, focusing on celebrating what our community offers.
Specializing in video and digital storytelling, he’s also a professional travel and automotive videographer and photographer.
He’s also an avid kayaker and musician.
Paige Williams is a Digital Marketing Consultant at the City of Mississauga, running content strategy for the @saugaculture and @saugaLIVE brands. However, she’s been chronically online for much longer. From blogging & content creating to drumming up press for bands & creating experiential fan events, her career has taken her on a dozen paths through various creative fields (with a focus in the music industry). No matter how global or local your project is, there’s always a story behind it that can be shared to reach your potential audience – her work focuses on how to tell it & make that connection happen.