Sponsored in Part by Kryolan Professional Make-Up and Island Creative Management
Co-Sponsored by: C2Arts, Dancers Group, Museum of Performance and Design
Monday, May 23, 2011
9:00 AM—8:00 PM
The War Memorial & Performing Arts Center
401 Van Ness at McAllister
San Francisco, CA 94102
Sessions featuring by C2Arts:
Shaking a Cloudy Crystal Ball: Budgeting and Forecasting in Today’s Economy (Room 202), 1:15-2:10It seems like uncertainty has emerged as the one thing you can count on in our current economic climate. Forecasting has always been challenging when developing a budget and maybe never more so than now. Join our panel of representatives from the world of performing arts (and from other fields?) who discuss the concept of forecasting and how to best deal with the uncertainty that is the nature of this beast. Moderated by David Gluck (Theatre Bay Area board member), with panelists Susi Damilano (producing director, SF Playhouse), Scott Devine (general manager, TheatreWorks) and Alan Levinson (c2Arts Consultants).
Maximizing Microfundraising (Room 213), 2:30-3:25Success stories and cautionary tales from the field that explore the power and impact small gifts and the use of technology can make on big projects. Moderated by Morrie Warshawski (C2Arts Consultants) with panelists Allison Combs (artistic director, 11th Hour Ensemble), Jessica Holt (artistic director, Three Wise Monkeys Theatre Company). Pete Matthews (co-artistic director, Boxcar Theatre) and Pamela Sullivan (director of development, Stern Grove Festival Association).
Excellence in the field: How the Heck Can it Be Measured? (Room 223), 2:30-3:25A unique dialogue on the challenges of attempting to measure excellence. Using the “fishbowl” discussion model to build on conversation, join this group of local professionals as we all wrestle with this topic. Moderated by Amy Kweskin (C2Arts Consultants).
Speed Coaching with C2Arts (Room 212), 2:30-3:25, 345-4:40 and 6:30-7:30pmC2Arts (a collective of consultants and coaches) are offering 15 minute speed coaching sessions on a variety of topics related to organizations or individual artists. To sign up or for more information, visit the registration desk. Sessions offered on a first come, first served basis so register early! Please note: no more than one person per organization. Consulting topics include: Audience Development, Board Development, Business Planning, Coaching for Individual Artists and Executives, Communications, Finance and Fiscal Management, Financial/Organizational Assessment, Human Resources/
Administrative Issues, Marketing/Branding, Personal/Leadership Coaching, Program Development and Assessment and Strategic Planning.
Vendor Fair (Green Room and Loggia), 5:15-8pmVisit the C2Arts information table to meet our consultants and coaches.