SA HISTORY FESTIVAL WEBINARS FOR EVENT ORGANISERS: Hosting successful online events

Event organisers, let’s get planning! Save the dates for our upcoming webinars designed to help you plan your 2021 History Festival events with tips on everything from COVIDSafety to First Nations histories.

Hosting successful online events
Wednesday 21 October | 1-2pm
Christina Joy Peek, Program Coordinator, SALA Festival
Britt Burton, Public Programs Coordinator, History Trust of South Australia
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Virtual or online events are quickly becoming the norm — and for good reason. Not only can you host them from anywhere in the world, but they can save you money, increase engagement globally, and help the audience gain direct access to your museum or organisation.

Christina Peek is the Program Coordinator at the South Australian Living Artist (SALA) Festival. This is her second year in this role after joining the organisation in 2018. Christina is passionate about championing South Australian talent and helping South Australian artists of all levels exhibit their work.

Britt Burton is the Public Programs Coordinator at the History Trust of South Australia. Britt’s role within the Public Engagement team is to design, develop and deliver a range of public program activities across the History Trust and South Australia’s History Festival.

 

All sessions will be recorded. If you would like to submit a question before one of the sessions, please email [email protected]

Alternatively, there will be an opportunity to ask questions during the webinars using the Q&A function.

 

Save the date for our other webinars!

Wednesday 28 October 1-2pm

Speaker to be announced.

Wednesday 4 November 1-2pm

Creating accessible and inclusive events

Jody Holdback, Access Services Coordinator, Access 2 Arts

More info here > >

Date to be confirmed

COVID-19 Info Session

Amber Berkelaar, WHS & HR Manager, History Trust of South Australia

(Bookings re-opening soon)