To underscore the importance of creativity and quality storytelling for digital creators, organizers of Hispanicize 2017 today announced that its 2nd Annual DiMe Summit for multicultural creators will be held at the Rubell Family Collection museum, one of the world’s largest, privately owned contemporary art collections.
Curated by DiMe Media, the 2nd annual DiMe Summit is an intimate, influencers-only day of in-depth workshops, sessions, inspirational talks, and VIP content. The summit kicks off Hispanicize 2017 Week on Monday, April 3rd in Miami’s Wynwood arts district and will welcome 250 top Latina, Latino, and multicultural creators and celebrities. The Rubell will be transformed into a creator’s playground featuring a jam-packed agenda of in-depth workshops on creative writing, photography, shooting and editing videos, branding, social media, and much more. There will also be a variety of opportunities to meet with brands that truly want to connect and build lasting relationships with influencers.
“The Rubell is historic, quirky, spacious and packed with the kind of creative, interactive environment we know is going to delight our digital creators and brand sponsors alike,” said Piera Jolly, Chief Operations Officer of Hispanicize Media Group. “This is going to be a high energy program that showcases what Hispanicize has come to symbolize for building up the Latina and multicultural creators community. Our main goal is to inspire and empower Latina and multicultural creators, digital influencers, and entrepreneurs by equipping them with the tools and resources they need to take their platforms to the next level.”
The Rubell Family Collection was established in 1964 in New York City and moved to Miami in 1993, where it is exhibited within a 45,000-square-foot repurposed Drug Enforcement Agency confiscated goods facility. The collection is constantly expanding and features such well-known artists as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Cady Noland, and champions emerging artists working at the forefront of contemporary art.
In addition to the DiMe Summit, the rest of the Hispanicize 2017 will feature three more days of social media A-listers and rising stars from YouTube, Facebook, Vine, Periscope, SnapChat, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and blogging than ever before.
About The Hispanicize Event
Now in its 8th year, Hispanicize 2017 Week (www.HispanicizeEvent.com) (#Hispz17) is the iconic, largest annual event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in digital content creation, journalism, marketing, entertainment and tech entrepreneurship.
Hispanicize 2017 is expected to gather more than 3,000 of the nation’s most influential Latino professionals from the industries of digital content creation, journalism, music, marketing, film and business over four days. The event will take place in downtown Miami’s JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, April 3-6, 2017.
The Hispanicize event is a launch pad for creative endeavors, new products, technologies, marketing campaigns, films, books and more targeting Latinos in the U.S. and/or Puerto Rico.
The Hispanicize event is owned and operated by Hispanicize Media Group, LLC, the parent company of DiMe Media, Hispanic Kitchen and the Hispanic PR Blog.
About Hispanicize Media Group
Hispanicize Media Group, LLC (HMG) works with leading brands and advertisers to navigate the rapidly evolving, trillion dollar U.S. Hispanic market by offering branded media opportunities, brand integrations, digital marketing campaigns and social influencer management through its on and offline platforms that include the annual Hispanicize event, DiMe Media and Hispanic Kitchen.
HMG’s award-winning management team is credited with pioneering the U.S. Hispanic social media industry and creating culturally resonating and engaging content for today’s Latino consumers. HMG is headquartered in Miami with offices in New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta.
Contributed: Hispanicize Wire – Hispanicize 2017’s 2nd Annual DiMe Summit for Latina and Multicultural Creators to Take Place in Miami’s Art District