Finding Solutions to Address Future Challenges
In partnership with the San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs (SJOCA), SVCREATES offered a series of online sessions to provide additional tools and tips to navigate your work during the continued challenges presented by shelter-in-place and other COVID related obstacles. With the support of SJOCA and our other sponsors, we were able to provide these opportunities at no cost to San Jose and Santa Clara County-based arts groups and artists.
NAVIGATING COMMUNICATIONS AND ENGAGEMENT FOR THE ARTS
The challenges of shelter-in-place, business interruption, health guidelines, and other sources of community unrest have called us to be more innovative than ever. Hear tips and strategies from leaders in other sectors during this three-part series moderated by Joshua Russell, Director of Marketing & Public Relations at Evergreen Valley College, with guest panelists from a range of sectors.
- October 20 | Part 1: Strategies & Tips from Higher Education
- October 27 | Part 2: Examples from Professional Sports
- November 3 | Part 3: Ideas from Arts Leaders in SoCal and Beyond
MAKING ART AND BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH LIVE STREAMING
Suffering Zoom burnout but still eager to connect with your community and provide opportunities for creative expression? Tasi Albastro, 2018 SVCREATES Emerging Artist Laureate, has been reframing the way artists and cultural communities connect with each other through live streaming.
- November 10 | Part 1: Reframing content for online presentation
- November 17 | Part 2: Live Streaming with OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)
BEYOND THE CRISIS: SCENARIO PLANNING FOR RESILIENCE AND REINVENTION
December 10 Many organizations created scenario plans in the first few months of the pandemic to help navigate the unknown future. Over time scenarios and strategies will continue to evolve as we learn more about funding changes, new program delivery models, and even election results. Join Roxanne Hansen, Lead Consultant at FMA, for this two-hour interactive virtual workshop to learn how to reframe scenario planning from emergency response to a practice that keeps your organization nimble to meet community needs in an ever-changing environment.
Click here to watch all of the recorded webinars.