PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT — Left Bank Media announces today the launch of Left Bank Hub, a virtual and IRL network (see: member’s club) for artists, musicians, poets, filmmakers, and creative entrepreneurs.
Less than six months after their global 5-day festival, Left Bank Live (featured in The Guardian, Popdust, etc), the Left Bank team is putting their efforts and resources to connecting musicians and artists virtually again—this time in a more sustained way.
“Covid-19 has affected our industry like no other — venues shut down or pivoting to virtual performances, artists out of work (many of whom worked service jobs that are closed), tours and festivals and theater cancelled, and as I’ve been growing the Left Bank community for 6 years now, I realized that I could serve as the conduit between these brands, artists, theatre directors, and writers. Venues are looking for performers in order to host live or virtual performances, and performers around the world are looking for work: why not connect the two?” Left Bank Media founder, Kristyn Potter.
Bridging artists, creatives, record labels, and founders of creative-focused brands, Left Bank Hub, gives members access to finding grants and residencies, getting gigs, taking—and hosting—online courses from PR to animation, and accessing member’s-only events.