|Session Date||Start Time||End Time||Attachments|
|Thursday, May 28, 2015||11:00 am||12:15 pm|
Around the world, cultural institutions are forging bold new paths in digital culture. Among the results are larger and often younger audiences, deeper audience engagement, new community relationships, new revenue, renewed program vitality, and landmark artistic projects. Join us as we unpack findings from a new study, Like, Link, Share: How Cultural Institutions are Embracing Digital Technology, which includes research on such organizations at the San Francisco Symphony, New York Philharmonic and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Lessons learned are relevant to orchestras of every size.
Moderator: Sarah Lutman, Principal, Lutman & Associates
Panelists: Jane Alexander, Chief Information Officer, The Cleveland Museum of Art; Scott Harrison, Vice President of Advancement and External Relations, Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Luke Ritchie, Head of Digital, Philharmonia Orchestra