Is social media suitable for artists? What are some of the challenges posed by Facebook or Instagram for those in artists and creators looking to build sustainable careers? While it might have been a great avenue to promote and network with fellow peers initially, much of social media has regressed over the years. Nowadays, we are seeing an increased aversion towards its application especially upon the creative industries. But all of this isn't new, is it? And where are the solutions, if any at all?
Welcome to a brand new mini series covering our proposed launch of an up and coming digital space, suite of professional tools and dedicated ecosystem for the arts and culture - Artunio. Throughout the next four episodes, join me and Timothej as we look into the core issues of mainstream social media and how Artunio presents itself not only as an alternative, but a collective movement hoping to change the landscape once and for all.
It's time to take back your creativity, artistic freedom and control of professional choices by changing the way your art is produced and valued!
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Videographer / Drummer / Entrepreneur
My name is Timotej Vráb. I come from Slovakia. I am enthusiastic about the arts, tech and startups. I´ve been active in the art space since my childhood. Starting with performances as an actor at primary school at the age of 8 and drummer in highschool at the age of 15.
I've studied acting at University of Performing arts in Bratislava for one year. After I quit my university journey, I´ve started working as a freelance video creator with most of the projects focused on concerts, performances and events.
After working in the art industry for a few years I realized that with my skills, I can have a positive impact on the whole art and culture community around the world. That is my current goal and full time occupation - founder of Artunio.
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