Professional Presenting

Music festivals have a bad rap for leaving a huge pile of garbage after all of the musicians and dancers are gone, unfortunately, most of time it’s true. That being said, there is a mighty group of fe...
In this presentation the following is discussed: The definition of sponsorship and why it is important for every event A comparison of sponsorships to donations and why it is critical to appreciat...
Designed to help you understand and maximize the use of people and organizations in promoting and supporting your arts events, building the Cultural Army webinar is about building relationships. ...
Online content can quickly become stale. To stay current, nonprofits and arts organizations have to come up with creative ways to share and produce content – and lots of it – to cut through the noise....
While many have touted the benefits of social media, often times it is challenging to decide how to get started and use social media well. It helps to have a plan when you are starting from square one...
Whether you are opening a new facility or new programming finding new audiences is always a challenge.  This webinar looks at the dos and don’ts needed to engage the community around you. Covers...
Audience: This webinar is intended for those who have some experience writing grants but would like to increase their success rate. Rational Objectives: To provide an approach to grant writing that...
Audience: This webinar is intended for those who have not yet entered the world of grant writing, or, has started but is still uncertain how best to approach grants. Rational Objectives: To provide...
Creating a win win outcome for the artists, managements and presenters should be the desired outcome of any artist negotiation and contracting. This intermediate level webinar on negotiations involves...
Negotiations in ‪‎arts presenting are really about creating a Win, Win, Win situation. A win for the presenter, who can negotiate a fee that meets their financial objectives, a win for t...

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