In addition to offering workshops on social and making the ask, for time to time Sue presents and facilitates workshops and sits on panels for other organizations. If you are interested in working with her  for a workshop, panel, or social media for artists facilitation, please contact us and let’s talk!


“Tell Me About It” – SOCIAL MEDIA 101/STRATEGIC ENGAGEMENT for ARTISTS  – Dancer Transition Resource Centre – Wondering how to focus your social media efforts, and how to use them to best engage your audience and supporters? We’ll  focus on key questions to ask yourself about why and how you should engage in social media as a professional artist.   Get quick insight, tips and tricks into the pros and cons of some of the tools to add to your engagement toolkit, allowing your audiences insight into your work and helping you understand how social media can enhance your marketing efforts. Bring questions – we’ll answer! June 25, details to come soon.

Finding Your Audience: Social Media for Artists  – Humber College – Diving into social media can be intimidating. Expert Sue Edworthy will demystify the process and get you going on your own social media strategy in this one-day intensive workshop developed specifically for artists of all disciplines.   Both theoretical and practical, in this workshop you will learn about social media strategy and then get “hands-on” on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc.  Case studies from Canada and around the world will be presented to illustrate some winning approaches. Sept 21, details to come soon.


Fresh Ideas in Puppetry Day  – The panel will be discussing the theme of producing and working with producers, and marketing for theatre, facilitated by Dahlia Katz.. Other panelists include  Louise Lapointe of Casteliers in Montreal and Anne Barber of Shadowland Theatre. Fresh Ideas Day is an annual mini-conference and festival showcasing artists, both emerging and established, who are taking new and ground-breaking directions in puppetry. This one day convivial gathering is packed full of presentations, demonstrations and discussions, and culminates in an evening of short, fresh works-in-progress along with excerpts from new works. May 26, Robert Gill Theatre

Participant Seminar: Publicity and Marketing – Toronto Fringe – got a show in this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival? Want to make the most of your marketing and PR efforts? Come to the seminar on April 29th to hear three seasoned PR folks talk all things Fringe Marketing! Creation Lab, Toronto Fringe Offices, 6:30 pm

Living Creatively Conference keep on MOVING brings together early to mid-career dance artists as well as broader dance community members to talk and learn about how to thrive in a life in dance. KOM is an artist-directed event – planned, organized, and presented with the active participation of dance artists of all genres & opportunities.

b[ART]er Social Media Edition with Sue Edworthy Are you an arts and culture professional looking for a social and informative gathering? b[ART]er, a bi-monthly meet-up and mixer for Toronto area arts and culture professionals will be holding its b[ART]er – Social Media Edition on January 16, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., at Weston Family Learning Centre, AGO (317 Dundas St. West) featuring guest speaker Sue Edworthy of Sue Edworthy Arts Planning.

#Consultancy – Why Arts Consultants Need Their Own Online Presence
This online case study demonstration will show how arts consultants can enhance their own practise – and add value to their clients – by developing an online presence.

October 17, 2012 –  Workshop
Social Media for Artists -Sponsored by Work In Culture/CCCO

July 23, 2012 – Compass Camp Workshop
A workshop on relationships, communication and social media as part of a five day “Compass Camp” for Arts Managers, sponsored by the Ontario Arts Council

May 2, 2012 – Workshop
Tools For Your Tools: Social Media Workshop for artists

Admission: $65
Where: Gallery 1313, 1313 Queen W, Toronto, 416-536-6778
When: 7-9:30 pm

March 7, 2012 – Panel/Workshop
Technological Innovation: On and Off the Stage  presented by  the Canadian Dance Assembly in partnership with the Dancer Transition Resource Centre (DTRC), the Dance Umbrella of Ontario (DUO) and the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT) – with the support of, Creative Trust and CCI – Ontario Presenting Network.

February 16, 2012 – Panel
Shopping, Gossip, Trends and Friends – How Women are Shaping the Social Media Landscape: Hear from four women from diverse industries who are leveraging social media to their advantage – find out why women are proving to be such a powerful force online and learn how to leverage your natural abilities into the social realm. Imperial Room, Fairmont Royal York, Sponsored by The Fairmont Royal York, Presented by the Women in Wireless organization

February 15, 2012 – Workshop
Parkdale Connected: The BIA presents Parkdale Connected on February 15th, 2012 as part of Social Media Week Toronto. This event aims to assist Parkdale business owners in the use of Social Media marketing, and will also serve as a general meeting for our membership. Parkdale Connected features Social Media Expert and Parkdale resident Sue Edworthy at 7pm in the upstairs meeting room at The Rhino (1249 Queen West).


This book is a daring challenge to the business community. Gone are the top-down, command and control messages that held sway through the 20th Century. In are a raft of new techniques that start with listening, responding and action that set the scene for a continuing and evolving dialog about brands, experience, business and community.
(contributor to The Accidental Marketer)

December 2012
Charlebois Post’s The Sunday Read: Sue Edworthy on Emerging companies and marketing

January 2013 Hey Receiver: Ask a Communications Pro with Sue Edworthy


Harold Award, May 2010
CharPR PRize, December 2012



One Comment to “Panels+Workshops+Articles+Awards”

  1. OK Sue, I got an email update from you from Linkedin and never knew about this incredible website and business you are doing…this is fantastic, and so are you! Alanna Jones who owes you a drink 🙂

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