At Onsharp, we love seeing local companies, people, and groups taking part in the latest social media trends. To show our appreciation and love, we choose one amazing social media account to highlight in our #HighFiveFriday blog series. These accounts may excel because they used an awesome hashtag, have a stellar online presence, or are just really good at interacting with followers on social.
For this week’s #HighFiveFriday, we’re featuring @FargoACC's Twitter account. The City of Fargo Arts and Culture Commission envisions a community where public art is integrated into city initiatives, and where neighborhood revitalization efforts and private developments is the norm. Keep reading to see why we love what they’re doing to connect on social media.
They Feature the Stories Behind Their Exhibits
The City of Fargo Arts and Culture Commission recently launched an exhibit called Working Land by artist Jon Solinger. To debut the exhibit, they're sharing photos and stories of families whose livelihood is dependent on their connection with the land-by choice or by birth.
They Retweet Artists to Help Them Celebrate the Utility Box Art Program
Downtown Fargo’s Utility Box Art Program gives the Fargo community the opportunity to transform ordinary objects into something artistic and unique, and @FargoACC makes the project possible. As artists are featured on these utility boxes, they retweet their posts to help share in their excitement.
They Feature Calls & Events for Local Artists
Whether they're calling artists to design the panels on City Hall, or promoting another partnership's events, they keep their fans in the loop of everything going on that will make the city more beautiful.
Way to go,@FargoACC! You’re killin’ the game on Twitter and we look forward to seeing more of your awesome content in the future!