Explore creative digital engagement in four free Minnesota workshops
We are pleased to announce four workshops designed to help small cultural organizations, artists, and creative small businesses explore creative and sustainable digital engagement. The goals of the workshops are to provide encouragement, build confidence, and offer useful tools and know-how that enable participants to connect with, engage, involve, and serve more people in the ever-evolving online environment. Our workshop is designed with the resource-strapped in mind, and will address the emotional and ethical aspects of digital engagement, not merely the practical.
Workshop topics will include:
- Facing the fear of beginning something new and ever-changing
- Listening to audiences and expanding your reach to new people
- Cultivating your online voice
- Thinking about what you and your organization have to share with others, your strengths and assets
- Exploring available media channels
- Developing habits for content planning, creation, and sharing
- Understanding the impact of your digital engagement, including the impact on yourself
- Putting it all together in a plan for next steps.
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The workshop, course materials, refreshments and lunch are free but require pre-registration. All locations are fully accessible.
MARCH 23RD: RIDGEDALE PUBLIC LIBRARY, MINNETONKA MARCH 28TH: GREAT LAKES AQUARIUM, DULUTH MAY 1ST: RONDO PUBLIC LIBRARY, SAINT PAUL MAY 3RD: ROCHESTER ART CENTER, ROCHESTER
Space is limited.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.