The Quick & Dirty: Making a Video -- Upcoming Webinar

Has the spark gone out of your relationship with your audience?

Thursday, September 2, 2010 2:00pm-3:30pm Eastern The Quick and Dirty: Making a Video Presenters: Amelia Northrup and Corwin Christie Register today for $25

Video technology is a cost-effective way to promote your work and engage your current (and potential) audience through channels that are widely accessed and have a broad reach. Arts organizations can effectively harness this technology to improve their visibility, attract new audiences, and find exciting ways to tell their story. This webinar will help you identify ways in which a video might best be used by your organization and discuss the tools you will need to physically produce and promote your video. In this 90 minute webinar, you will learn:

  • Strategies for using online video - identifying the message as well as your goals for using video.
  • How to produce online video content in an affordable manner - assessing the available hardware and software to identify the best tools to meet your needs.
  • Case studies and best practices - examples of arts organizations currently using online video to promote their work.

Presenters AmeliaNorthrupAs the Web & Social Media Assistant at the Center for Arts Management and Technology, Amelia Northrup writes for the Technology in the Arts blog and has been featured on numerous podcasts. She has worked on numerous social media and multimedia projects with Kansas City Repertory Theatre and Wolf Trap Opera Company. Amelia is currently researching a white paper about the legal issues involved in the use of video footage from performances.

CorwinChristie-96pxL. Corwin Christie graduated from Oberlin College before moving to Denver and founding a theatrical production company. Her work in development and marketing inspired her to attend Carnegie Mellon University's Arts Management graduate program. She recently worked as the Social Media Assistant at the Center for Arts Management and Technology, and is the current Marketing Director of Future Tenant Artspace in Pittsburgh.