In 2022, it is no longer enough for arts organizations to have a simple events page on their website. To be discoverable on search engines (ex: Google, Bing) and recommendation systems (ex: Siri, Alexa), these events also need to meet Web 3.0 requirements.
Through the 2022-2023 Digital Discoverability Program, the Linked Digital Future Initiative and Culture Creates will help 20 CAPACOA members learn how to optimize their event webpages for discovery, by regular art goers and new audiences alike. But how exactly does the Digital Discoverability Program work? What kind of resources do you need to take part? And most importantly, what can you expect to get out of this program?
For answers to all of these questions (and more!), please join us for an online information session on October 7, at 2:00 pm EDT.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information to join the Zoom meeting.
Tammy Lee (CEO, Culture Creates)
Frédéric Julien (Director of Research and Development, CAPACOA/LDFI)
Dessa Hayes (Digital Discoverability Consultant, CAPACOA/LDFI)
All of our presenters are bilingual. They are happy to answer your questions in either English or French.
Learn more about the Digital Discoverability Program.
The Linked Digital Future Initiative is funded by the Government of Canada and by the Canada Council for the Arts.