Messaging the Moment
Thursday, August 13, 2020
Arts and cultural practices are among the most impactful ways to effect social change, explore racial representation, reflect the diversity of a community’s identities, and provide an opportunity to engage diverse audiences in authentic and transformative learning experiences. While managing the unexpected during the current health, economic and racial pandemic, how do art organizations do this online, be authentic, and stay true to their mission? In this workshop, Jessika Davidson will lead arts leaders in learning how to build a progressive and anti-racist communications strategy that aligns with their mission and build authentic and effective messaging that affirms their commitment to anti-racist work, supports their online programming and stands in solidarity with the community they serve.
RSVP for this free online workshop, presented by Engage Houston and open to all.
Jessika Davidson has led award-winning teams in various Digital Marketing and Communications roles, working to bring participatory experiences to various organization’s virtual audiences.
As a consultant, Davidson has worked to build several non-profits’ digital presence to foster learning, creativity and shared discovery as a means to transform our understanding of various advocacy topics in modern society. She is always interested in opportunities to connect the intersections of technology, social justice, race, and history. Her projects include building digital strategy and fostering audience engagement for the LGBTQ+ community, arts organizations, museums, science advocacy communities and voter engagement organizations.
For more information about Jessika Davidson and Kithe, please visit their website.