An Artist's Introduction to Trello: Using a Project Management System to simplify your process
Please join us for a PRO Network webinar about how artists can use a popular Project Management tool to make their creative process easier! This webinar will take place on Zoom on December 15 at 6 PM. We'll also broadcast the webinar on Facebook live, but to actively participate in the discussion, we encourage you to register and receive the Zoom link.
Photos - Contracts - Timelines - Receipts - Plans - Sketches - Deliverables - Correspondence.... Where do I put this all? Meet Trello!
Trello is a powerful online tool that can help artists stay organized and plan ahead with their creative projects and goals! Whether it's storing receipts and contracts, tracking the status of a project, storing your branding materials, collaborating with other artists or assistants, or keeping an up-to-date calendar of due dates, Trello has all of your management tools in one location.
Erie Arts & Culture's Creative Director, Jade Mitchell, will guide you through the process of learning Trello. Jade has six years of experience working with the system in both personal and professional settings.
"Everyone I've trained in Trello has grown to love the tool," said Jade. "So far it has a 100% satisfaction rate. There's a learning curve, but it is worthwhile to master, as it will serve you now and in years to come! What I love most about Trello as opposed to other project management systems is its ease-of-use and appeal to both visual learners and also those who learn through reading/writing and spreadsheets."
What is Trello, anyways? Here's a quick video to pique your interest.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jade Mitchell has worked in the creative and marketing feild for nine years, with six years of experience working with a project management system in both personal and professional settings
Jade earned a BA in Theatre and Communication Arts from Gannon University, as well as a two-year Post Baccalaureate Certification in Graphic and Web Design from Mercyhurst University. A native of Hopewell, Pennsylvania, Jade chose to stay and make Erie her home after graduation. Since then, she has continued to immerse herself into the region's visual and performing arts. Jade has held design and marketing jobs in the area, most notably as the Graphic Designer and Marketing Specialist at reCAP Mason Jars, a local startup headquartered in the Renaissance Centre. She is now the Creative Director at Erie Arts & Culture where she handles marketing for the agency's events and programming, web design, print design, and all major agency campaigns.
Jade also teaches Introductory Graphic Design courses at Mercyhurst University. In her personal time, Jade hosts an annual festival for dog lovers, performs on stage in local community theatre productions, paints, reads, and gardens.
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