Your Event - Guidelines

In this section we provide all the necessary details so you can add your event (or events), in an environment that fully respects the uniqueness and personal character of your artistic performance and aims to promote new approaches to artistic expression and cultural production. Follow the instructions of “Your Event” option and send metamatic:taf editors all the necessary details and supportive material for a successful promotion of your idea.

Read carefully the procedure below so you can understand each step of the publication process. For your convenience, we have included in each field example pictures from previous events.

1 - Event Title: The event title is presented in the Links page as well as in the Promo Calendar, which appears in the right-hand column of most of the site’s pages. It also appears in the Event’s final page (sections 1 and 8 of the accompanying picture).

2 - Date: The dates that your event will take place (e.g. 13/2/2012- 15/2/2012) It is presented in the Links page as well as in the Promo Calendar, which appears in the right-hand column of most of the site’s pages. It also appears in the Event’s final page (sections 2 and 8 of the accompanying picture).

3 - Tags: Additional markings for the text. Read more in the paragraph “Main Text – what data need to be included”.

4 - Photographs: All the photographic material pertaining to your event; this material must be submitted through the “Upload your files” option. Please, upload only photographs or videos that you have their legal rights to. For each file, you must provide titles which will serve as captions for each picture; you can see how the photographs and their captions are presented in sections 4 and 4.1 of the accompanying picture.

Note: Photographs must not exceed 1000x800 pixels. All files must include titles that can be used as captions for each picture; if separate titles aren’t provided, your Event title will be used as a generic title.

5 - Event Category: This section can be filled either by existing categories or by a category title of your choice. See where your event category is presented in section 5 of the accompanying picture.

6 - Supertitle/Subtitle: Additional markings for the text. Read more in the paragraph “What data can I include in the main text”.

7 - Main Text – What data should be included: This is the text that describes your event. Each description should be followed by Supertitle  and Subtitle (section 6 in the picture), and tags (keywords) that will help visitors in the search process (e.g. in the main text for a conceptual art event it would be good to include the phrase “conceptual art” so as it can also be added in the Event’s page). 

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