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Facilitating Meaningful Effective Post-Show Interactions

Tuesday, February 5 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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As arts organizations continue to produce work that shines a light on missing and underrepresented racial narratives, there can be many questions about how to truly engage audiences with the work.

One of the best ways to engage with audiences after an artistic performance or experience is by having a conversation that allows time to process and reflect on their experience. Whether you call these opportunities talk-backs, post-show discussions, gatherings or the like, there is a key to creating interactions that are engaging and meaningful.

Join Seena Hodges, founder of The Woke Coach, for a workshop about how to facilitate more stimulating, thought-provoking, no holds barred post-show interactions. Learn how to structure your sessions in order to have tough conversations, as well as tips and tricks to maximize audience participation.

Presented by Seena Hodges. Seena is a connector who loves people and is passionate about racial equity, intersectional feminism, and access to brave spaces for all. She is a dynamic communications professional with extensive experience in marketing and communications. Seena started The Woke Coach as she witnessed the Nation’s awakening to racial injustices.  Prior to reaching out on her own, she worked in both commercial and non-profit theater industry as a producer, marketing director, publicist, development director, and audience development associate. She has also worked in the non-profit sector as a communications manager and marketing director. Seena was previously Senior Director—Marketing and Development for Theater Latté Da, served as Communications Manager for the Guthrie Theater, and worked at the New York City press agency Boneau/Bryan-Brown, developing audiences and creating media opportunities for several Broadway shows.

Seena is a graduate of the Theatre Management and Producing MFA Program at Columbia University where she was a Dean’s Fellow. She’s passionate about art in all of its forms and serves on the Board of Trustees of the Walker Art Center (serving on the Governance committee and as co-chair of Individual Giving committee and Avant Garden).  thewokecoach.com

Details

Date:
Tuesday, February 5
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cost:
No cost to participate
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Organizer

Bethany Whitehead
Phone:
651.523.6388
Email:
bethany@mrac.org

Venue

Metropolitan Regional Arts Council
2324 University Avenue West
St. Paul, MN 55114 United States
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Phone:
651-645-0402