Local creative agency helps area high schoolers with new skills

Workshop at Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery amounts to 'crash course' on social media

Liwordson Vijayabalan, creative director at Tomorrow Media, talks about how his firm was able to help students involved in a workshop at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery.

A small team from Tomorrow Media, a creative agency with big plans for the area—the firm recently completed a new website for the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce—helped a group of high school students get a taste of social media skills at a customized workshop held at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this week.

The workshop was part of the Gallery’s ongoing Random Acts of Art Workshop program—abbreviated RAAW.

Liwordson Vijayabalan, Tomorrow Media’s creative director, was part of the team that ran the three-day workshop, held from Tuesday through Thursday. The event was one of two being offered by the art gallery during March Break.

The project was timely for the students: a social media campaign connected with St. Patrick’s Day.

Liwordson spoke with Lambton Shield about the experience and what the students were expected to achieve.

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