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Want to up your communications game? Need tips on how to make your content clear and engaging? Unsure how to get the word out about your project/ program/ event?

In this session for artists and arts programmers, we'll walk through how to take care of your current and historical public-facing information, and how to put together an outreach kit, including tips for creating strong flyers, writing clear messaging, and making your materials easy to share. We'll also discuss the ins and outs of developing a communications strategy, from platforms to timelines to content, and how to effectively engage with your audience, making sure your information is getting to the right people.


Date: Wednesday, October 18th; 6:00-8:00pm

Location: Zoom (a link will be provided upon registration)

Facilitator: Ashley Abdul

Register: Here!


  • This workshop is intended for Toronto-based artists and community arts workers ages 13-29

  • Closed Captions will be provided

  • If you register and are no longer able to attend, please cancel your ticket or email

*Please email if you have any accessibility needs for this session no later than 72 hours before the start of the workshop*

About Ashley Abdul

Ashley Abdul has three titles: mother, founder, and communications expert. Ashley is the founder of the international organization, the Brown Girl Diary, which focuses on collaborating within the Indo-Caribbean community to create representation + preserve cultural identity.

Ashley has been featured on BT Toronto, the Mississauga Local Radio Station, Toronto Caribbean, and Queens New York Library South Asian Heritage Month Panel. Graduating from York with a degree in political science, she has developed a career in the nonprofit sector doing communications, marketing, and branding. She also runs Ashley’s Impact Lab, supporting individuals and organizations with their business goals and objective including grant writing and reviewing, strategy development, copywriting, social media management, and both digital and traditional marketing.



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