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Re-Opening Resources for Venues and Artists

– Posted in: Biz Booster Hot Tip! Resources

First, here’s to those who have served this country as we honor them on this Memorial Day. I remember the stories my dad told to me about his time serving during WWII. And I think of the values our country stood for and the standing America had in world. I’m taking time today to think about our service men and women who gave their lives defending the principals the founders fought so hard to win.

Today I’ll keep it short and simply pass along some valuable resources.

As businesses, counties, states and countries rush to reopen, the arts community is taking time to think through their options and protocols.

I’m sharing some links to many resources gathered from the Association of Performing Arts Presenters and other arts organizations. 

Reopening Resources

Here is a link to past webinars with great information:

Webinars

There is a lot to digest so I’ll leave you to it.

Stay creative, prepare for better times ahead and remain safe.

Let me know how you have been using your time and talents.

Leave me a comment on the blog.

To your health and well-being.

And for more career boosting tips, articles, books, resources, teleseminars and online courses, visit me at Performingbiz.com

1 comment… add one
  • Dina Blade May 25, 2020, 12:53 pm

    I have been enjoying the break from the daily hustle of gigs and all things related, spending long hours in my music studio studying guitar improvisation (taking weekly zoom lessons) and learning sight singing from books. These are two areas have been on hold for many years and are bringing me great joy as my skills improve. Other activities are playing waltzes nightly with my husband (quality time), online yoga classes (necessary to counteract many hours of sitting), gardening and walking in our neighborhood. Slowing down has helped me notice what is most important to my personal health and happiness, and music and family both play a big part.

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