MOVING FORWARD TOGETHER: Best Practices for Maintaining Relationships and Booking New Dates - Shared screen with speaker view
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Thanks for your questions, all. We are collating them and will push them to the panelists just a bit later (just didn't want you to think we're ignoring you). Easier to track them in the Q&A box vs. chat, but I'm writing them all down!
If there are no shows happening, how are staff being retained? Are they being furloughed? In College/Universities, are there plans of those staff in idle being reassigned to support other areas?
Great idea, Heena!
Are any Presenters utilizing online art to keep audinced?
Are Presenters considering potential outdoor performance?
Would any presenter with a smaller venue consider a solo show. (solves the issue of dressing room social distance!)
What do presenter consider fair pricing for online content or outdoor presentations and how does that compare to your normal pricing?
A live streaming resource: Ali Sachedina of JioSaavn with input from Tamizdat & Big Room generated a guide to live streaming - including pros and cons of multiple live streaming platforms. The PDF can be downloaded here: https://tinyurl.com/y8whrokx
Many venues have been talking about 75 minute shows and eliminating intermissions for now
Might it be possible for presenters to use funds currently earmarked for live educational events for online educational offerings?
There are conversations about the length of exposure as a risk factor. Wondering if Presenters are considering?
as I contemplate all of what is being discussed, as a person who, not only presents, but attends performances, none of this sounds FUN. are we concerned about the potentially overbearing atmosphere of enforced social distancing depressing (further) potential attendance in the longer term?
Next week's APAC Webinar is based on the Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide, and will be on May 19 at 3 p.m. EDT.
Given what everyone has been talking about regarding additional expenses to present coupled with reduced revenue -due to social distancing and basic health/safety concerns- is it even possible to reopen before there is a safe and widely available vaccine?
PACC is working on an operational guide to reopening and sharing with IAVM soon. it does not address artists or programming. how do we connect the dots?
David Briggs is the BOSS!
We are exploring "drive-in" concerts. Working with our City to utilize a large municipal parking lot (1000+ vehicles)
To the venue managers: As an artist rep reporting up to a larger corporation, we may require venues to share a distancing/cleaning plan as part of the agreement. Any thoughts on that?
yes Andrew this will be happening!
I’m wondering if any presenters who normally present only during the standard concert season (Sept-May) are considering programming events for the summer months to both accommodate having more dates available for the rescheduling of canceled events and to make it so patrons don’t have to wait until fall 2021 to have performances available to them?
Andrew, I have anticipated this and will also be asking to see the plan from the artist, too.
Thank you Heena!!!!
For anyone whose question was not answered, NAPAMA will collate these and address these questions in a future Moving Forward Mondays webinar (held every Monday at 2pm). Free membership in the organization until June 30th.
Arts Northwest has been canceled
Andrew - I am working on a document to share with visiting artist now. Will tweak with current guidelines once we find out when we can open. I also want to include a section that talks about what we expect from performing artists as well. We are all in this together!
Contagion and stage hands... Set sizes.
Curatorial question: s you consider rebooking artists from this season to next, which makes sense for financial responsibility to those artists, do you wonder whether all of those choices will feel as relevant or timely next season? Are there new conversations that you, your artists or your audiences want to enter in, as a response to a radically changed world?
will artists have to quarantine for two weeks coming from abroad?
and if so, who pays for that?
To Bill Bragin: We are committing to paying out the artists booked, or at least a %, and if possible and they are up for it, book an online or streaming experience.
@Rosemary Gill - As you develop - can you share any information you have for a successful “drive-in” concerts than you. Sharif email@example.com
We know of a few groups, from Haiti and India, for example, who actually live collectively right now, so they can perform online as an ensemble without the same distancing restrictions.
act4music.org is presenting an 8-week festival with 4 different concerts (recorded during the pandemic). This festival is currently happening.
THANK YOU SO MUCH everyone for this panel discussion. Please more soon.
I would like that information also
i have a two show guide if anyone wants it just email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you all!
Thanks everyone for this informative session
We are seeking the most reliable performance. Tour building for 21 22 regional and where we can reach via RV.
We are also working to engage the public to get involved - moving and creating. We edit and screening those contributions. It is an opportunity to hear from the local community of artists and audiences what THEY care about. I am letting go of my list while maintaining the relationships. Those I had committed to will be paid whether they perform or not - online or not.
Thank you - very helpful!
Thank you, from VOCE NOVA
Very Insightful webinar,
@ Holly - is that in lieu of re-booking them? How much do you consider whether the work feels relevant in the same way?