PR/Marketing

Savvy marketing produces results.  Specializing in the arts and entertainment industry, Consult M combines unique concepts with integrated marketing techniques to develop the public view of organizations and events that resonate with target audiences.

 

Notable clients include:

  • The University of Southern Mississippi College of Arts and Sciences (formerly Arts and Letters), 2010 - present

  • The University of Southern Mississippi School of Music, 2002 – present

  • FestivalSouth® for the Hattiesburg Concert Association, 2010 – present

  • Opera Mississippi, 2008 - present

  • Natchez Festival of Music, 2014 - 2018

  • MKyle Productions® artist and related educational and performance events, 2005 - 2018

 

Notable projects include:

 

  • Renée Fleming: The Voice of the Century, Southern Miss Symphony Orchestra and Mississippi Opera, 2010

  • Plácido Domingo: One Voice. One Orchestra. One Night Only. The Concert Event of a Lifetime, Southern Miss Symphony Orchestra and Beau Rivage Casino and Resort, 2005

 

FestivalSouth Promotional Items
FestivalSouth Promotional Items

Design and publication of all marketing materials for FestivalSouth.

Promotional Items
Promotional Items

Design of hundreds of promotional items across multiple mediums for the School of Music at Southern Miss.

Promotional Materials
Promotional Materials

Design of hundreds of promotional items across multiple mediums for the Hattiesburg Concert Association.

Promotional Materials
Promotional Materials

Design of hundreds of promotional items across multiple mediums for FestivalSouth.

Promotional Materials
Promotional Materials

Design of hundreds of promotional items across multiple mediums for the Southern Invitational Choral Conference.

JULY
JULY

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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AUGUST
AUGUST

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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SEPTEMBER
SEPTEMBER

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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OCTOBER
OCTOBER

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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NOVEMBER
NOVEMBER

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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DECEMBER
DECEMBER

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

RENEE FLEMING - JANUARY
RENEE FLEMING - JANUARY

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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FEBRUARY
FEBRUARY

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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MARCH
MARCH

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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APRIL
APRIL

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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MAY
MAY

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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JUNE
JUNE

Image for the Centennial Symphony Calendar "Couture" (2010). Concept and art direction by Mike Lopinto.

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MODELS
MODELS

The models for the 2009-10 "Couture" Symphony Calendar

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Sondheim in the City
Sondheim in the City
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Sondheim in the City
Sondheim in the City
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Sondheim in the City
Sondheim in the City
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Sondheim in the City
Sondheim in the City
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Sondheim in the City
Sondheim in the City
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COMMAND PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP
COMMAND PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP
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During Lopinto's tenure with the Southern Miss Symphony Orchestra, season ticket sales doubled, producing capacity audiences in all venues forcing extra performances to be added with a 95% retention rate in his last season.

 

During Lopinto's time as executive director, Partners for the Arts membership and contributions doubled in 2011, awarding almost $100,000 in grants to USM arts programs.