Scribble takes care of all the behind-the-scenes details to make sure creative people’s ideas are set free to be as amazing as possible.

We also run niche networking and professional development events for creative types. Get in touch if you have an idea for one and we can partner up.

We mostly do this one for big companies and government bodies — making their technical and/or finicky information engaging and absorbable.

We also have an army of writers at our disposal to pump out content for company blogs, newsletters and websites.

Just like every other communications-oriented consultancy, Scribble does digital marketing.

We work with organisations to work out how they can best use the multitude of of online tools available, how these interact with each other, and what their audiences will best respond to.

What with our work crossing
over between corporate and independent arts, we are
excellent match-makers for sponsors and artists.

Aligning with arts projects is an undervalued resource: it reaches niche audiences at psychological powerful moments, leading to a prodigious return on investment. Plus all the warm fuzzy feels.



Marketing and PR Partner

Sassy Red PR delivers creative, cost effective, media-savvy public relations for independent artists, organisations and companies. Their strategies are based on superior industry knowledge and professional, personal PR and marketing solutions.

Sassy Red Productions was launched in 2012; it is another element to the booming Sassy Red empire, which began withSassy Red PR in 2010.

Sassy Red Productions aims to act as a springboard for artists to develop and present works that engage and entertain audiences.

Official Literary Ninja

Anna Burkey creates fantastic projects with a literary bent that make people smile, get off the sofa and get involved. She delivers great ideas with expertise, energy and enthusiasm. She is a communications consultant, festival programmer, project manager, copywriter and producer.

Her back catalogue covers:


Lisa Dempster, World-Class Festival Boss

As Melbourne’s creative community has come to expect from Lisa Dempster’s programming, this year’s MWF is bold, lateral, and unflinching, bringing leaders in books, writing and ideas from around Australia and the world together in Melbourne. A leader in Australia’s arts and culture sector, Dempster has added her trademark social media engagement to MWF since joining the team in late 2012. MWF is the second major literary festival that Dempster has directed. Before accepting the Director role at MWF, she spent three years as Director of the Emerging Writers’ Festival, taking that organisation to a whole new level. While running EWF on a shoestring budget and mostly with a staff of two, Dempster revolutionised audience engagement, not just for the arts, but for events in general. Think back to how events used Twitter in 2012. (Hint: there’s not much to remember.) That was the year Dempster’s #EWF12 hashtag boasted engagement of 1200 different accounts, and averaged two tweets a minute. Utilising her professional network to rally influential Twitter users, she brought this kind of intense live-tweeting previously only seen at tech events like South By South West (SXSW) to EWF. And digital engagement was just one of the ways Dempster revolutionised EWF. In three years, she reshaped the organisation, expanding the festival to 11 days, creating EWFdigital, securing funding for additional core staff like a General Manager, and transforming the organisation into a national advocacy body for emerging writers across Australia. She also instituted the Roadshows that take EWF events to other cities; instigated and nurtured relationships with literary festivals around the world, sending some of Australia’s best emerging writers to... read more

Triple Threat!

Scribble Creative is collaborating with the Sassy Red PR on a workshop: Triple Threat. It will be a quick shot of info for independent artists on publicity, marketing, and fundraising.

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New Project: the Changemakers Festival

The Changemakers Festival is gigantic. It’s a national event run by The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) in Adelaide for, by and about people who are driven to make the world a better place. This year’s is only the second festival ever and will be for 10 days in October. You can expect a national program events on everything from sustainability initiatives to services addressing particular social issues. It’s run like a fringe festival – anyone can submit an event that relates to social change and innovation, and they can hold it anywhere in Australia, or even as a virtual event online. Have an event idea? Sign up for the host newsletter to for a heads-up on how to do that. I’m also looking for organisations who would like to be aligned with the festival as sponsors. Drop me a line to talk more. One of my favourite things about working on this project is that I get to work with my friend Tom Dawkins for the first time in about a decade. It was Tom and the organisation he founded while at uni, Vibewire, that first introduced me to the idea that these kinds of events even existed, and led me to This Is Not Art which has had such a profound effect on my life and... read more


These are the services that have standard pricing. Everything else is by individual quotation. All numbers here do not include GST.

If you’re an artist or you have an idea for how you could pay with in-kind services, please get in touch!

Funding Applications

Cover letter (1 page)

Write Edit Proof
150 100 80

Selection criteria responses

<600 words 250 100 80
601–1000 words 500 200 160
>1000 words By negotiation By negotiation By negotiation

Social Media

Jump‑start package
Three-month campaign
Ongoing management
1,975 per month
Over three two‑hour sessions we’ll take up to two staff members through:

  • The different platforms
  • Setting up accounts on appropriate platforms
  • Blogging
  • Scheduling
  • Paid promotion.

We’ll also leave you with a cheat sheet to check if you get lost.

We will consult with you to put together an excellent campaign for a specific project or phase, providing, monthly:

  • Eight or or nine blog posts
  • At least 80 tweets
  • At least 40 other posts
  • An activity report.
Working with you, we will create a strategy and plan for your business, providing, monthly:

  • Eight or or nine blog posts
  • At least 80 tweets
  • At least 40 other posts
  • An activity report.


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