When Little Space Studio (LSS) first opened on Division Avenue, it appeared to join the long line of startups who have sought to bring folks to this once designated arts district. (Even LSS’s space has been many things over the years.)
But in keeping with their mission to serve our community more fully they have been expanding their offerings from services found within to hosting community gatherings.
This Wednesday, Sept. 25, they are offering an educational opportunity to anyone trying to manage the ever-expansive digital world that continues to demand more and more of our time away from our analog spaces.
And whether your issue is managing assets, advancing better collaborations, or you just need help from drowning in workflow hell, then Digital Asset Management 101
is just the one-day class for you.
This special event is being co-produced with our AIGA West Michigan at LSS and will be led by Matthew Patulski who, alongside several other guest panelists, will address the topic of digital asset management (DAM) and take your questions.
Patulski is a Business Analyst and Project Manager in the digital asset management space. For the past 12 years, Patulski, who spent part of this time in Brooklyn, has guided commercial, social, and cultural organizations through DAM selection and adoption processes.
Names and details of the other panelists will be shared via LSS's Facebook platform
, so be sure to follow them here.
Lite bites and coffee will be provided, so no worries about skipping breakfast. Registration is required and can be achieved on their Eventbrite event site