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Using Streaming Content to Expand Audiences and Income
Many arts organizations have invested time and energy into streaming platforms for content during the pandemic. What happens to these services when we return to in-person arts experiences? Join us on Wednesday, April 21 as Zenetta Drew, Executive Director of Dallas Black Dance Theatre, shares what they have learned and why she believes that streaming will be an essential component of arts organizations’ offerings in the future. Zenetta's talk will be followed by a question-and-answer session. Register early, as this webinar is sure to fill up!

Apr 21, 2021 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Zenetta Drew
Executive Director @Dallas Black Dance Theatre
Zenetta S. Drew has been the visionary administrative leader of the Dallas Black Dance Theatre since 1987 and has been the driving force as the company developed from an annual operating budget of $175,000 to over $4.9 million. She has served on more than 40 arts organization boards/advisory boards/committees that include Americans for the Arts and SMU/Data Arts and previously served as Board Treasurer for the Cultural Data Project. Ms. Drew is a graduate of The National Arts Strategies-Chief Executive Program and is currently Vice-Chair of the Dallas Arts District, a Board member with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and holds a position of Adjunct Professor in SMU’s M.A./M.B.A. Arts Management Program where she teaches Strategic Planning in the Arts.