Social Media Guidelines

GENERAL TENET – To keep members of the Triangle arts community informed about news and information vital to the business of their art.


The following are the general guidelines for Triangle ArtWorks use of its media platform, including twitter, facebook, instagram, blog, website, email and newsletter.

Triangle ArtWorks will promote, through its social media, only the following:

1. Calls for artists, request for proposals, auditions or other information on job openings, both temporary and permanent, in the Triangle arts community. Job openings outside the Triangle area will be included if determined to be of particular significance.

2. Local, state and national news of general interest to or that would affect the work of members of the Triangle arts community, or a discipline group within that community.

3. Information about regional events that provide networking, mentoring, or educational benefits to members of the Triangle arts community. Except, we will not generally promote classes that build arts skills alone, unless that class is rarely offered in the Triangle.

4. Information regarding activity by local, state or federal governments, or courts that are either being discussed or are pending, that may affect the work of the Triangle arts community. In such case, and where possible, Triangle ArtWorks will push out information about the legislation being considered, and how to be heard on such legislation.

Triangle ArtWorks will specifically NOT promote, though its social media, the following:

1. Fundraisers.

2. Any calls for art that do not result in the artist receiving a fair portion of the proceeds for the sale of their work.

3. Arts receptions, shows, performances or other “calendar-type” events.

Any questions? Contact info@triangleartworks.org.