Nott Tuesday 8th May: Without Walls… the art of conversation curation

Without Walls… the art of conversation curation – Door entry: bring a business card

For May’s Nott Tuesday Caron-Jane (CJ) Lyon, a Notttuesday regular is taking the stage to share some insight in to:
  • Organic Audience Development
  • Audience sustainability
  • Using Twitter for events
  • Community Network building
  • Social Media real time feeds
In 2010 Caron and video blogger, brand advocate Phil Campbell,  joined forces as collaborators and set up, a HD community web studio and ‘on the ground’ real time event team.

Caron worked as a stagemanager before retraining as a web designer in 2003. In 2006, As she realised she was not a designer social media emerged and slowly the realisation hit that being a stagemanager was harder to escape than she first thought! Caron is an event specialist with an unhealthy knowledge of social media! By embracing social technology she makes her job and her life easier!

From creating social networks for Arts Council England’s Amb:IT:ion program and Pilot Theatre’s Shift Happens conferences, live streaming interactive coverage for Architects Journal and Audiences Europe to Twitter ‘conversation curation’ (digital show calling) audience engagement and event support are the common theme.

As a consultant Caron provides the knowledge and training organisations or individuals need to make media, connect and talk across the web in real time sustainably.

So, to summarise:

18:30 – 20:30 at Antenna, Nottingham 8th May

Speaker: Caron Lyon from PCM projects &

Join Caron on Tuesday 8th fresh from the Bank Holiday for
“Without Walls… the art of conversation curation  – Door entry: bring a business card”

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