B.C. Alliance for Arts and Culture presents free tech sessions with Digital Ladders experts

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      The B.C. Alliance for Arts and Culture is presenting six free sessions with digital experts from its Digital Ladders initiative.

      In the first session, taking place tomorrow (January 27), Annelise Larson tackles discoverability--how you can make your work easily discoverable by search engines.

      Other sessions include Jai Djwa and guest Anju Singh on working with digital specialists (February 2), Shannon Emmerson on setting up a simple social media plan (February 10), Johnny Kalangis on the free video and audio production software DaVinci Resolve, iMovie and Audacity (February 17), Adrian Jones on setting up a website (February 24), and Roland Tanglao on creating custom merch (March 2). 

      All six sessions take place at noon Pacific time. You can learn more about all them and register here.