Burbank Arts Commission Holds Social Media Discussion


The Burbank Cultural Arts Commission holds Social Media for the Arts: A Conversation with the Pros Thursday afternoon, October 2, at the Burbank Community Services Building. The panel discussion focuses on how to increase buzz, audience and support through social media.

burbankarts1Panelists include Narbeh Minasians, Digital Development and Community Manager for Nickelodeon, Amy Phillips, Senior Communications Manager for L.A. County Arts Commission, Amy Shelby, Executive Director of Social Media Marketing for Warner Bros Television and Cynthia Wagner, founder of Cynthia Wagner Social Media.

“Burbank is home to a wide range of individual artists, arts organizations and businesses, all trying to connect with Burbank residents,” commented Cultural Arts Commission member Peggy Flynn.

“They told the Cultural Arts Commission they wanted support with using social media effectively so we have invited some of the best and brightest social media pros in Burbank to share their insights with our artist community.”

The panel will be moderated by Drew Sugars, Public Information Officer for the City of Burbank. The event kicks off with a mixer at 3:30 p.m. and the discussion is slated to run from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.  The Burbank Community Services Building is located at 150 North Third Street in Burbank. Free parking is available in adjacent city lots.

More information on the Burbank Cultural Arts Commission can be found on their website. Supported by the City of Burbank, the Cultural Arts Commission is dedicated to stimulating local arts awareness and programs. The group meets on the second Thursday of every month in the Community Services Building.


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