The Untold Edition — Blogger’s Meetup

One of the ways in which I could simultaneously advance: My understanding of how social media operates My project proposal objective of encourage bloggers and influencers to speak out on things that matter was to host a blogger’s meet-up before my Untold Edition events. So I got in touch with a really cool cafe in Karachi called Esquires Coffee. We invited 20 bloggers to come, network, live Instagram about our project and then write a bit about it later as well. We got some really cool bloggers on board such as: https://www.instagram.com/bookgirlingmoments/ https://www.instagram.com/ramshaasid/ https://www.instagram.com/outandaboutkhi/ https://www.instagram.com/urban_redefined/ https://www.instagram.com/thependulumwoman/ https://www.instagram.com/vcastonline/ www.instagram.com/thatkarachigirl https://www.facebook.com/vcastonline/?ref=br_rs https://www.facebook.com/TheNarrativeKhi/ …

Public art with Kaf Cafe

The final outcome I’ve envisioned in my project proposal is a public art installation. To lay the groundwork for creating this installation the next steps I need to take are collaborating with places in Jeddah to create public art to gain exposure and learn more about the process. One such collaboration was with Kaf cafe. I went there originally as part of my weekly AlfKalimah write-in but ended up chatting with the owners. They invited me to exhibit art there, which I will do soon. They also invited me to participate in a fun project they were doing with approximately …

Chat with Amira Rahim

Chat with Amira Rahim

The other day, while browsing Facebook I stumbled into something interesting. Amira Rahim, a pretty famous Instagram Artist and founder of Facebook Group ‘Passion, Color, Joy’ was asking people to contact her if they wanted to set up a phone call. She does a lot of guidance sessions, helping artists find their way to success through the use of social media (and other tools). I hadn’t gotten a chance to attend any of them because usually they are priced really high and I just can’t afford one of her lessons. But, interestingly enough, this phone call was totally free. And …

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