Local History Workshops
History enterprises often fully engage their communities in the many ways that history impacts daily life. Each segment of audience engages in specific ways, and each segment therefore perceives what you do in different ways. As those segments begin to learn more they expect to find the familiar in the new, be it in exhibits, programming, evaluation, or facilities. What our audiences don’t see is as important to a strong identity as what they do see, especially in planning, policy, collections management, and plant management. Learn the publicly visible and invisible wise practices that contribute to a strong identity for your history organization.
Local History workshops are primarily intended for volunteers and staff of local historical organizations in Minnesota. They are also appropriate for staff of libraries, schools, heritage preservation commissions, chambers of commerce, convention and visitor bureaus, and other cultural organizations. Interested members of the public are always welcome.
Fee: $30 per person before March 21, 2014. $40 per person after March 21.
Questions? Call David Grabitske at 651-259-3460 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring Workshop, April 10, 2014, TBD