“How can we move in-person activities online?“ is a top-of-mind question for so many artists and organizations right now. This week, we pulled together resources, webinars, and toolkits that can help you make the transition from in-person activities to online engagement.
Photo: Performance at the 2017 Arts Midwest Conference. Photo Credit: Terry Gilliam.
In case you missed it
Toolkit: Creative Alternatives to In-Person Arts-Based Activities
This in-depth toolkit from Forecast Public Art features strategies for adapting in-person arts-based activities during the pandemic. Want to go even deeper? Forecast consultants will be doing a deep dive into case studies from the toolkit on a May 6th webinar.
Read the Toolkit
Content Inspiration Gallery for Arts Organizations in Crisis
This brand new, interactive resource from Capacity Interactive features over 100 examples of stellar social content examples from the arts. It’s yours to bookmark and will be updated regularly.
View the Gallery
Ask An Expert: Tech Tips and Tricks for Successful Livestreaming
Learn how to make your livestreams look and sound as professional as possible in this recorded webinar hosted by Folk Alliance International. The panel of experts cover topics including how to improve livestream audio, how to think about audio and video content, how to chose a platform, and much more.
Watch the Webinar Recording
And now… a musical interlude!
We love this video from Nuevo Santander, a high school Mariachi band based in Roma, TX.
We’ve created a new calendar compiling upcoming webinars and online events from around the country. Here are our top picks for next week:
- Communicating Your Value as an Artist webinar hosted by Indiana Arts Commission on Wednesday, May 6 from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CDT
- The Monsters I’ve Killed: Crisis Communication 101 webinar hosted by Arts South Dakota on Thursday, May 7 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
View the full calendar
Additional resources and information
Please see our COVID-19 resource page for a rolling list of information.