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As part of our Merging Mindsets panel series Creative Manitoba along with partners Video Pool Media Arts Centre and New Media Manitoba will be hosting this dynamic discussion on Social Media and Mental Health.
Social Media and Mental Health – How to Create Boundaries While Balancing a Creative Career
Social Media platforms can be an integral part of building a creative brand and online community. In today’s society, these apps are one of the first go-to’s for potential clients to instantly understand and connect with your brand. Apps like Instagram and Facebook can require countless hours of your attention – creating content, editing, responding to comments and messages, interacting with others in the community and more. But what is this constant connection to media, messages, and information doing to our mental health? This presentation will discuss how to recognize when social media use is becoming a detriment to one’s mental health. In addition, we will talk about how to set up boundaries to engage in a healthy, moderated way, while still connecting with your audience and share resources available for those who are struggling to maintain balance.
This event will be recorded. Walk-ups are welcome!
About Merging Mindsets
In cities around the world, the creative arts and interactive digital media sectors are bringing their respective skills together to imagine and create exciting new events, art and products – merging digital technologies with artistic practice. In Manitoba, we’re ready to showcase what our vibrant arts community and interactive digital media sector can do together.
Merging Mindsets will expand opportunities for artists to create using digital technologies while broadening connections with interactive digital media (IDM) related companies that want to innovate using creative talent. Join us as we embark on an exciting series of community-building events exploring the digital tech in art and the art in digital tech while connecting the people in between.
For more information about upcoming panels and events click HERE!
Cori Jaye Elston is a visual artist, teacher, and mental health advocate from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her artistic practice consists of vibrant surrealist, pop-art paintings that she utilizes to spread positive messages to the community. Cori Jaye has been featured on CBC Radio, Global Television and many podcasts speaking about her career as an artist and the importance of following your dreams. She leverages her background in Marketing, Graphic Design and Digital Media to promote her practice, using social media platforms including Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, and Patreon as catalysts. In addition, Cori Jaye conducts social media literacy workshops to help share knowledge about the ever-growing online community.
Merging Mindsets is an initiative of Creative Manitoba with partners, New Media Manitoba and Video Pool Media Arts Centre; and is funded with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts Digital Strategy Fund.
Together we will expand the relationships between our creative arts and digital tech communities to foster new opportunities for collaboration and innovation.
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.
- Social Media and Mental Health
March 6, 2020
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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