To accompany our webinar Disruption and Innovation: Creative Performing Arts Responses to COVID-19, Arts Midwest has put together resources to help you go deeper.
Photos: Disruption and Innovation panelist Katherine Disenhof. Photo courtesy of Dancing Alone Together
Download the Resource Guide
This resource guide is intended to help you navigate disruption. Part one walks through the specific technology used by each featured project in the webinar, part two is a worksheet intended to help you or your organization connect your “why” and “what’s next” in order to help you innovate creatively, and part three is a curated list of resources we’re finding helpful in this moment.
Join a Study Hall
UPDATE: Study halls are postponed until further notice. If you have specific questions or needs, feel free to email Arts Midwest’s Community Engagement Manager Michael Johnson at [email protected].
Want to connect with others around the topic of disruption and innovation? Attend a study hall moderated by Arts Midwest staff. Through the use of Zoom breakout rooms, you’ll be able to talk in-depth with others in the performing arts field about navigating the effects of COVID-19 and emerge with new ideas and solutions.
|Study Hall 1||Study Hall 2|
|Tuesday, June 2nd from 1:30-2:30pm CST||Tuesday, June 2nd from 3:00-4:00pm CST|
|Sign up||Sign up|
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Photos: Cantus’ COVID-19 Sessions, a socially distanced choir, and Instagram for dancers during a pandemic. Photos courtesy of Cantus and Dancing Alone Together