CSUEB English alumna Brittany Hogan
CSUEB English grad Brittany Hogan launches new arts marketing company
- August 9, 2010 5:00am
CSUEB English alumna Brittany Hogan and partner John Clevenger launched their new arts marketing company, Integrated Arts Marketing (iam), in San Francisco. Iam will provide a broad range of traditional and new marketing services for artists, theatre companies, and arts organizations.
“In conversations with theatre organizations, we constantly hear how hard it is to manage all these new media outlets, the time required reading and responding to all this inbound traffic, fearing that they might do more harm than good if it isn’t managed effectively.” said Hogan.
The iam Web site provides Hogan’s biography, “Brittany Hogan is a freelance writer and actress, who has appeared in numerous productions in San Francisco and Marin County. Her play “Pre-Nups: A Modern Romantic Comedy,” won audience choice awards for best actress and best play at the 2009 Spring Fringe of Marin. She is an ex-middle school English and Drama teacher. Brittany has a BA in English from California State University East Bay, and an MA in Humanities from Dominican University of California. Brittany currently lives in Tiburon, CA with two very active boys. Read Brittany online at http://fameandotherhappyendings.blogspot.com.”
Good luck, Brittany and John!
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