When Story Turned Social – PC to Host Social Media Week Event

Hey all you Facebookers, Tweeters, Google Plusers and the like, have we got a treat for you! In just a few short weeks Social Media Week will be upon us.

If you haven’t already heard, this massive, multi-event, event has quickly become the authority on the social media terrain. Their mission? To help people and organizations connect through collaboration, learning and the sharing of ideas and information.

The week-long affair, whose bragging rights claim 100k members in 26 cities across the globe, will offer a smörgåsbord of events for attendees to sink their teeth into. We at PC are stoked to be organizing one of the events for the DC-based conference through our StoriesLead project.  We invite you to come join the party at what we’ve titled: When Story Turned Social: At the Intersection of Story and Social Media.

You’ll get the chance to hear from savvy speakers who’ll give you the scoop on the newest trends and projects that occupy the space where storytelling and social media converge. Whether you’re a social media aficionado or a newbie looking for kickstart tips, this event is sure to please. These awesome movers and shakers will impart their creative expertise:

  • Rob Shore, a filmmaker and Digital Media Director at the FrameWorks Institute
  • Kelli Anderson, Interactive Media Strategist & New Media Instructor at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts
  • Angelica Das, Associate Director for Center for Social Media at American University
  • Misha Leybovich, Founder and CEO of Meograph

Check the important deets below:

Social Media Week – When Story Turned Social: At the Intersection of Storytelling and Social Media

Who: Pride Collaborative/StoriesLead

When: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 from 7:30pm – 9:00pm (EST)

Where: The SMWWDC Hub at The Powerhouse in Georgetown, 3255 Grace St. NW Washington, DC 20007

Seats are filling up fast so click here to register for this free event. Hope to see your face in the place!

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