Contents for the ‘Arts & Entertainment’ Category

Alexa Meade

Alexa Meade - smallWhen DC artist Alexa Meade blew up in blogs and media published across the globe early in 2010, we stepped in to help her quickly launch a new Facebook Page and Twitter account – now with over 14,000 Facebook Fans and 1250 Twitter followers. Visit





The Taste for Civilization

The Taste for Civilization - coverAuthor Janet Flamming needed a website to serve as home-base for promoting her new book, The Taste for Civilization, on the web, in blogs and social media.

We teamed up with Cluster Media to build a robust platform to feature the new book, reviews by Alice Waters and Michael Pollen, blog posts, and social media around the concept of healthy, socially-conscious food traditions.







Mixed Media District

Mixed Media District LogoWashington DC has a thriving street art scene connected to our creative culture. We launched to catalog the fleeting images that inspire us in unexpected places, and call attention to social and cultural messages that are often unrepresented in DC’s mainstream and politically-dominated media and marketing. The website has been featured in Washington City Paper, and graffiti blogs nation-wide.


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Illumination Studio

eSocialMediaShop worked with San Francisco artist Mel Ahlborn to re-invision the Website and Social Media Strategy for her gallery, Illumination Studio – to better market her work as an artist and as a Gallery owner. Visit










The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and CultureThe Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture needed a few video clips to tell the story of the new museum.

We filmed museum Director Lonnie Bunch to produce a series of web-ready videos that depicted the story of the museum and the rich history of the African-American experience.



DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities (DCCAH)

DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities - DCCAH logoThe DC Commission on Arts and Humanities hired eSocialMediaShop to lead a series of social media workshops for students in its summer youth media arts programs. We customized a version of “The Social Media Game” to illustrate the thinking and steps that go into developing a full-scale social marketing strategy.

The students applied social media tactics to individualized projects for businesses in the local community, and left the workshops with a working model to build and execute their own online marketing campaigns for their own projects.