ARTS WEST: Audience Engagement Intensive Workshop with Donna Walker-Kuhne

A practical workshop with audience engagement expert, Donna Walker-Kuhne, on developing new strategies to engage, grow and retain audiences.

Join Arts West organisations and Donna Walker-Kuhne in an intensive three-hour workshop which expands on the Creative Victoria Expert Arts presentation. Walker-Kuhne will focus on specific audience engagement strategies to engage local and diverse audiences and communities. Encouraged to share their own audience engagement situations and challenges, workshop participants will create an outline and present it to the group with feedback and input from Walker-Kuhne.

About Donna Walker-Kuhne
As Director of Marketing and Audience Development at the Public Theater, Donna Walker-Kuhne originated a range of audience development activities for children, students and adults throughout New York City. Currently as the Vice President of Community Engagement at NJPAC, Walker-Kuhne is building new diverse audiences and creating partnerships that will foster economic growth of New Jersey. An Adjunct Professor in marketing the arts at Fordham University, Brooklyn College and New York University, Walker-Kuhne was formerly Marketing Director for Dance Theatre of Harlem and has given numerous workshops and presentations for arts groups in America, Australia, Singapore and South Africa.

Donna Walker-Kuhne is author of Invitation to the Party: Building Bridges to Arts, Culture and Community and her current visit to Australia is supported by Creative Victoria, Arts West and Kape Communications.

 Tuesday, 25 August 2015, 10am – 1pm
VENUE: FCAC Jack Kennedy Room
COST: $100.00 (limited spots available)

Prior to this intensive workshop, Creative Victoria will host an Expert Arts presentation at FCAC featuring Donna Walker-Kuhne on Thursday, 20 August 2015. More information and bookings to Expert Arts here.

Presented by Arts West in partnership with Creative Victoria and Kape Communications.

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