Bright South loves Tasmania and wants to see Tasmanian artists thrive. It was established to offer practical, affordable and effective marketing solutions especially for artists. Bright South is Daniela Brozek Cordier – she’s down to earth, adaptable and creative, but most of all, she recognises that what artists do best, what they want to do, and what they should be doing, is create. Bright South is about liberating you for this, and here to help you get the the word out and navigate the world of marketing.
Tasmania is the bright south. Let the world see.
Why support the arts?
- Because the arts are critical to developing the creative and critical thinking needed in a well-functioning democracy
- Because it’s through the arts that we imagine the future – without creative spark there is no science or technology, or culture, or anything much.
- Because the arts – ‘humanities’ – are part of what it means to be human. Bright South believes that Tasmanians need the arts to move beyond the despair, division and disadvantage that plagues much of this state, and to hear other, better narratives that are inclusive and optimistic.
Below are some of the things Bright South can help you with:
- Developing sales and marketing plans
- Communication and network development strategies (connecting you to real people)
- E-literacy (and plain ordinary literacy too)
- Writing and editing services
- Design and photography
- Business systems
- Research (heritage, arts, tourism, ecology and sustainability)
Who is Bright South?
Bright South’s Principal, Daniela Brozek Cordier, has been an environmental consultant, marketing officer, English as a foreign language teacher, wilderness guide and more. She has worked internationally and interstate, she’s half Czech, married to a Frenchman, yet also a seventh generation Tasmanian. With such a diverse background, Daniela is completely at ease with all kinds of people and is used to working with government, industry and other organisations, as well as individuals from all walks of life.
Daniela is a truly interdisciplinary thinker who has an extraordinary knowledge and understanding of Tasmania, it’s geography, ecology, history and people. She understands Tasmanian art and artists, and the world they come from and respond to. She knows the challenges they face, but, above all, believes in the worth of their creative endeavours and the value of Tasmanian’s expressing and communicating their insights, regardless of whether it’s to Tasmanians, or to the rest of the world.