Category Page for: Creating Community

Hosting a “Live Tweeting” Event

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Aug 27 2010 / Comments (0)

This spring I hosted a “live tweeting” event for the Alliance Theatre‘s production of Lookingglass Alice, and it was a huge hit.  This was the first time that the Alliance Theatre did something like this with Twitter, so it was as much a learning experience as it was a great way to spread the word […]

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Book Review: Invitation to the Party

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Aug 25 2010 / Comments (0)

Invitation to the Party: Building Bridges to the Arts, Culture and Community, by Donna Walker-Kuhne, is probably my all time favorite arts management book.  I first encountered this book near the beginning of my graduate studies in the Performing Arts Management program at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and it has […]

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The Board and Social Media

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Aug 23 2010 / Comments (0)

Social media is a way to connect with our audiences, our customers, and our donors. But where does your Board of Directors fit in?

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What are people saying about YOU on Twitter?

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Feb 5 2010 / Comments (2)

It is so exciting to watch your social media presence grow and see how people are talking about your organization through mediums such as Twitter. You’ve mastered the art of the retweet so that you can share these awesome comments as they come along, but it’s easy for these lovely thoughts to be lost in […]

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Social Media Creates Opportunity

Posted by: Lindsey Hardegree on Dec 22 2009 / Comments (0)

Recently one of my favorite internet marketers (Erin Blaskie) posed an interesting question: What does social media mean to you? My instant reaction was “opportunity.”  There are so many opportunities that I have found through social media!  I’ve had the opportunity to . . . connect with friends with whom I had lost touch. keep […]

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