- Sat, Oct 24, 2015, 9:45pm - 11:30pm
- Joan Stephens, Director of Marketing and Communications, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
- Victoria Inn Flin Flon
- 160 Hwy. #10-A North, Flin Flon, Manitoba
The Arts Innovation Lab (AIL) is an idea exchange designed to encourage peer-to-peer sharing on building audiences through a variety of activities. We will begin by learning what is meant by “audience development”, “audience engagement” and “audience experience design”, with concrete, proven examples of success in similar-sized markets. Then we will explore how any or all of these activities can contribute to the success of your organization.
The AIL will also provide the perfect opportunity to network with your peers to brainstorm partnering opportunities to help maximize the potential of your attendance and, of course, your revenue!
Joan Stephens is a marketing and communications professional with more than twenty-five years of experience in Manitoba’s vibrant not-for-profit sector, including fifteen years as Director of Marketing and Communications for the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. Joan holds a Bachelor of Music (Applied Vocal Performance) from Brandon University, and recently returned to the University of Winnipeg, completing the English as an Additional Language (EAL) Teacher Certificate Program.
Presented by Manitoba Music and the Manitoba Arts Network
For more info, please contact:
Kate Bromley, Performing Arts Coordinator
Manitoba Arts Network