These are interesting times on Vancouver Island and throughout the coastal areas:
The tourism sector is booming, especially Indigenous tourism
We are quite possibly home to more artists per capita than anywhere else in Canada
Digital technologies are facilitating unprecedented collaboration and value creation
Now is the time to capitalize on our strengths in arts and culture by integrating this sector into ongoing regional economic development and tourism activities.
Please join us for a conversation about how we can amplify our regional assets by using existing and emerging digital platforms and tools to facilitate broad collaboration and promotion.
This 2-hour virtual meeting will be facilitated by strategist Inga Petri. For close to 10 years Inga been helping Canada’s arts and culture sector integrate digital technologies. In 2015 she facilitated the development of the national Digital Innovation Council for Performing Arts.
LOGIN TO THIS LIVE EVENT WHEREVER YOU ARE
We’re excited to offer this meeting online so that you can join us from anywhere - your office, couch or campsite. This easy-to-use online webinar system lets you engage with other viewers, participate in polls and discussions, and even ask questions. During question periods. You can also choose to just sit back and watch and listen.
NO FANCY TECHNOLOGY REQUIRED
Here’s what you need to participate and have a great viewing experience:
> a modern and up-to-date browser (we recommend Chrome or Firefox)
> a reliable internet connection (hardwired is better than wifi)
> earbuds, headphones or good computer speakers
> your mic and webcam turned off (easy to do in Crowdcast). You can turn them on again if you want to ask a question (mic) or get up on stage with Terry (video and mic)!
NOTE: Apple users can also download the iOs app to their ipad or iphone.
HUGE THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS AND SPONSORS
This meeting is brought to you by the Ladysmith Arts Council and District, the Cowichan Valley Arts Council, the Cowichan Valley Regional District Arts + Culture Division, Stream of Consciousness and artfinds.me. Funding is provided by the Canada Council for the Arts.