Don’t Ditch The Digital in ArtsHub

The panic and pivots of COVID-19 have depleted our sector and left all of us exhausted. For those returning to our venues and offices, it’s tempting to go back to our former work and delivery practices – which were, in many ways, were less flexible, less accessible, less diverse, less productive, and certainly less compatible with other areas of our lives.

As artists and organisations move towards a new-new-normal, we have an opportunity to draw from the best of this recent experience, improve the parts that caused us problems in the past, and re-imagine how we make art work onsite and online – in ways that are more flexible, accessible and better for everyone involved. 

I’m over on ArtsHub this week talking about how keeping and improving our digital and hybrid work practices simply makes sense.

Published by katelarsenkeys

Arts, Cultural & Non-Profit Consultant. Reader. Writer (Our Hybrid Future, The Relationship is the Project). Researching the art of arts governance. larsenkeys.com.au

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