One of a series of webinars by Cuseum in response to the changing landscape caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Here join Cuseum’s Brendan Ciecko and guests as they explore steps cultural organisations can take to engage their audiences digitally and continue their important work as trusted community resources during this public health and economic crisis, even when physical sites remain in lockdown.
Focussed on the museum sector across the US this webinar has a host of practical ideas, strategies and tactics for cultural buildings in lockdown that can be applied whatever your sector or wherever you’re based.
In light of the rapid spread of Coronavirus and new social distancing recommendations from public health officials, many visitor-serving cultural organisations across the US have made the decision to temporarily close their doors to the public. Just recently, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Smithsonian Museums, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and museums of all shapes and sizes have shut down indefinitely or put drastic restrictions in place in order to limit the spread of COVID-19. As a result, many museums and cultural organizations face uncertainty about what the next days and weeks hold for them during this unusual time. But while they may be physically closed, what are creative and unique ways to keep audiences engaged?
Join Cuseum's Brendan Ciecko, with special guests Seema Rao (Deputy Director & Chief Experience Officer @ Akron Art Museum), and Scott Stulen (Director and President @ Philbrook Museum of Art), as they talk about steps cultural organisations can take to engage their audiences digitally and continue their important work as trusted community resources during this public health and economic crisis, even when physical sites remain in lockdown.
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