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Saturday, May 21 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Data + Stories Workshop Presented by DataArts FULL

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Why does your data matter? Data can reveal your organization’s unique position in the field, build your case for support and help you communicate more effectively with stakeholders. This interactive workshop will combine the reporting tools from DataArts, key insights from the annual Professional Opera Survey, and case-making practices to help you best articulate the strengths of your organization. Organizations are encouraged to send multiple staff members to this workshop.

Participants will leave with:

  • A better understanding of how to use data for benchmarking — comparing your organizational income and expenses to other similar sized organizations, both within the opera field and the cultural sector in your community;

  • Strategies to bridge communication between staff members who collect and input data, and those who leverage the results; and

  • The skills to build narratives that share the organization’s quantitative information in a compelling way.


The mission of DataArts is to empower the nonprofit arts and cultural sector with high-quality data and resources in order to strengthen its vitality, performance and public impact.

Speakers
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Rachel Brown

Education Associate, DataArts
Rachel Brown joined DataArts in 2011 as a member of the Support Center team, supervised the West Coast shift, and stepped into the role of Education Associate in 2014. Rachel is jazzed by the disruptive power of creative practice, which she currently explores through sacred chant and Theatre of the Oppressed techniques. Her work as a facilitator is informed by experience as an activist and organizer. Whether during a one-time workshop or building... Read More →


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