Waterville, Maine — Waterville Creates!, one of Maine’s leading arts and cultural organizations and a key driver in making the city a vibrant destination in central Maine, has launched a new website to better serve its Partners, the regions art organizations, and the artists of the Kennebec Valley communities. The improved website, which features an easy-to-use art and community event calendar, includes a new online presence for Common Street Arts, Waterville Creates! Programmatic arm, and provides easy links to Waterville Creates!’ online ticket system.
“We know from our recent work in developing a cultural plan for the City of Waterville that Waterville residents and visitors first learn about our arts programming through online searches,” says Patricia King, VP of Programs and Operations of Waterville Creates! “Our new website is more visually dynamic and also incorporates the latest in Search Engine Optimization technology and features an easy-to-use, self-serve community and arts events calendar, which we expect will generate greater awareness of local events and programs to fuel increased collaboration with other partners throughout the community.”
Greater Waterville area non-profit organizations and businesses are encouraged to enter their own upcoming events on the new Waterville Creates! Calendar. Anyone is welcome to submit an event; events selected to be included on the calendar will also be promoted through Waterville Creates! social media promotion on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and will also be considered for Waterville Creates! popular enewsletter, the Arts Spotlight, delivered to email inboxes every Monday morning.
To view the new website, visit: www.WatervilleCreates.org
About Waterville Creates!
Waterville Creates! is a non-profit on a mission to promote, support, and grow greater Waterville’s arts and cultural scene. Collaborating with regional arts and culture institutions and their supporters, together we are strengthening our community as a vibrant creative center and increasing access to creative opportunities. Learn more at http://www.watervillecreates.org