We will be offering a free webinar on November 15th that promises a substantive and thoughtful discussion full of creative, inspiring and practical advice on how to increase your organization’s relevance to the communities you hope to engage.
As part of our commitment to offering professional development content and educational information to our clients and potential clients, Lucidea regularly presents webinars spotlighting experts in the library, knowledge management, museums, archives and enterprise social networking spaces. In this upcoming session, Nina Simon, Executive Director of the
Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, Museum 2.0 blogger and author of The Participatory Museum and The Art of Relevance will discuss proven methods of moving from “rags-to-relevance” and share success stories about how museums can matter more to more people in this free one hour webinar on November 15th.
Ms. Simon will offer anecdotes from her own experiences; discuss insights and best practices; show you what success looks like, and answer your questions.
Please join us for “Making Museums Relevant” on Tuesday, November 15th, 2016, at 11 a.m. Pacific, 2 p.m. Eastern and learn from one of today’s most inspiring and thought-provoking museum evangelists and strategists.
Register now to reserve your seat in this informative 1-hour webinar (includes 10-minute Q&A).
(Can’t make it to the live event? Register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the recording and slides afterwards.)
We hope to see you there!
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