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Creating Engaging Virtual Programs and Events

Thu, May 14, 2020 · 12:00 PM · Central Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

As physical distancing continues to be the norm across the country, events, tours, gatherings, and programs have been canceled due to safety concerns. This has prompted many attractions and tour guides to create and present virtual programming. This panel will cover everything you need to know about virtual programming and events from which technology to use to run your event to how to structure your program to ensure maximum engagement. There will also be time at the end for Q&A to brainstorm ideas or ask the panelists questions.

Learn more about our panelists by exploring their organizations using the links below or checking out their bios:

Chicago Detours: https://www.chicagodetours.com/
Design Museum of Chicago: https://designchicago.org/

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Kartik Ramkumar
Director of Customer Success, VAMONDE
My specialty is in digital strategies for museums and how digital content can help museums and tour guides engage and educate audiences. I am a storytelling enthusiast with degrees from Cornell University and a Masters in Information Design and Strategy from Northwestern University
Webinar hosting presenter
Executive Director, Chicago Detours
Scotese founded Chicago Detours in 2010 to bring curious people to explore stories and places locals don't know through guided tours. Their walking and bus tours explore interior architecture, historic bars, jazz and blues, food history and Chicago neighborhoods from North to South. They share content and tours via Zoom, through their Chicago Detours Architecture & History Blog, and Youtube Channel.
Webinar hosting presenter
Executive Director of Operations and Collections, Design Museum of Chicago
Lauren is an experienced digital and analog collections manager, exhibition developer, and project manager with experience at the Adler Planetarium, National Park Service, Naval History and Heritage Command, Anacostia Community Museum (Smithsonian), and Studio Blue. She holds an MA in Museum Studies from George Washington University and BAs in History and American Studies from Illinois Wesleyan University. She is a realist, and thinks the most interesting parts of design are process and craft.
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