Producing videos can be a big hassle. To do it right takes some combination of money, time, and effort that most of us don’t necessarily have. So it really takes having the right combination of a little expertise, an efficient process, or a grant.
On Wednesday, February 22, let’s get together for the next TechsmARTs gathering. We’ll have two special guests joining us: Kevin Gillese, Artistic Director of Dad’s Garage; and David Tyberg, a musician with Atlanta-based Steampunk rock band, The Extraordinary Contraptions. Kevin, David and I will all have stories to share about how each of us have used video to connect with new audiences and build communities of support for our respective missions.
As you’ll find out from this panel, we’ll have a variety of stories to tell and lessons to pass along. Kevin will share the story of Dad’s Garage TV, and David will relate his experiences of recording live shows to video for The Contraptions YouTube Channel. I’ll also discuss some of our recent experience with using a single video to fulfill multiple goals: to promote an offering and connect more stakeholders to mission.
The Center for Puppetry Arts graciously offered their space, and we’re looking forward to bringing TechsmARTs back there!