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Lunch and Learn: A Pragmatic Idealist's Guide to Program Innovation - Raleigh
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Join us on March 15th for A Pragmatic Idealist's Guide to Program Innovation! presented by Eliza Kiser, Recreation Facility & Program Supervisor III/Pullen Arts Center Director,

3/15/2016
When: March 15, 2016
12pm
Where: Five Points Center for Active Adults
2000 Noble Rd
Raleigh, North Carolina  27608
United States
Presenter: Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Contact: Matt Carusona
919-832-5868


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NCRPA is once again partnering with Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources to offer a lunch and learn series in collaboration with Raleigh’s training program. NCRPA Members are invited to attend these sessions for $15, members can obtain up to .1 ceu for attending, there are only 20 seats so be sure to register early! If you work with the City of Raleigh and would like to attend one of these workshops please contact Kathy Capps (Kathy.Capps@raleighnc.gov )

All sessions will be held at Five Points Center for Active Adults 2000 Noble Rd, Raleigh, NC 27608.

The session will be presented by Eliza Kiser, Recreation Facility & Program Supervisor III/Pullen Arts Center Director,

Lunch and Learn: A Pragmatic Idealist's Guide to Program Innovation!
12pm - March 15th, 2016 – Raleigh
My parents started taking me on cross-country road trips when I was 18 months old. I believe that instilled in me the idealism to dream of California and the pragmatism to know how to make the sometimes hard and sometimes boring choices necessary to actually make it to California. There's some sort of parallel between that part of my life and this point in my life, where I am in the position of leading Pullen Arts Center at a time when we have the unique opportunity to renovate and re-imagine who we are as an organization and to influence the arts experience of Raleigh's citizens for years to come. In this session, I'll outline some of the tools I've picked up along the way that I'm using to re-imagine programming and engagement at Pullen Arts Center now and into the future. I hope you'll join me for the journey.

Attendees will learn:
1. Examples of strategies for innovation in programming and reaching new audiences from arts organizations from around the country.
2. Outline and practice the steps involved in creating an idea resume for programming.
3. Examples of simple and adaptable engagement strategies and tools.

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