Virtual Programs, Real Connections: A Conversation
October 1 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pmFree
Image/Harry Gamboa Jr., Social Distance Lineup TARGET from COVID-19: Era of Masks series. ©2020, Harry Gamboa Jr. Produced in partnership with the Autry Museum’s Collecting History Initiative.
ONLINE EVENT—California Humanities invites you to a conversation about Virtual Programs in the humanities. On October 1 at 4 pm, join Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy, California Humanities board member, professor at California State University at Los Angeles, and director of Words Uncaged, for a moderated conversation with virtual programmers from across the state. Learn how organizations and individuals are successfully engaging Californians through online humanities programs, ask questions, and share your own experiences. RSVP.
At the session, you will:
-Hear short presentations by virtual programmers across the state about their experiences with a variety of online formats and platforms
-Learn how your peers in libraries, museums and cultural organizations are approaching programs in the age of social distancing
-Share your own experiences and ask questions
-Make connections with a network of humanities practitioners
The presentations and Q&A will end at 5:00 p.m. PT but the room will remain open for networking and casual conversation until 5:30.
Questions? Contact Program Assistant Kirsten Vega at email@example.com.