Engaging the Future – 2011 Seminar Video

Welcome and Introduction
Ronald B. Richard, President and CEO, Cleveland Foundation

On November 2, 2011, representatives from the Cleveland arts community gathered at The Idea Center at PlayhouseSquare for the first day-long Seminar of the Engaging The Future program co-hosted by the Cleveland Foundation and EmcArts.  This seminar consisted of two interactive presentation and facilitated activities with guest speakers: Peter Kageyama, author of For the Love of Cities and Devon Smith, Director of Social Media at Threespot and social media for social good blogger.

This video archive collects various video segments from that event to share with other members of the Cleveland arts community.  The Welcome and Introduction includes remarks from Ronald Richard (video 1), Kathleen Cerveny (video 2), and Richard Evans (video 3).  For the Love of Cleveland is Peter Kageyama’s section (videos 4-6) and, after a quick introduction by Richard Evans (video 7), Devon Smith’s section is entitled Social Media and the Arts: Emerging Tools and Engagement Techniques (video 8).  We have two Responses to the guest speakers from members of the Cleveland community, Joy Roller (video 9) and Patrick Shepherd (video 10).  The seminar concludes with a Conversation with the guest speakers (video 11) and final closing remarks (video 12).

Kathleen Cerveny, Director Institutional Learning and Arts Initiatives, Cleveland Foundation

 

Richard Evans, President, EmcArts

 

For the Love of Cleveland
Peter Kageyama, author, For the Love of Cities

 

Cleveland t-shirt activity
Peter Kageyama

 

$500 engagement projects
Peter Kageyama

 

Introduction to the afternoon
Richard Evans

 

Social Media and the Arts: Emerging Tools and Engagement Techniques
Devon Smith, Director of Social Media, Threespot

 

Responses from the Cleveland Community – in response to Peter Kageyama
Joy Roller, Executive Director, Gordon Square Arts District Community Development Corporation

 

Responses from the Cleveland Community – in response to Devon Smith
Patrick Shepherd, Associate Director, Cleveland International Film Festival

 

In Conversation with Peter Kageyama and Devon Smith
Melissa Dibble, Managing Director, EmcArts

 

Closing Remarks
Richard Evans and Kathleen Cerveny

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About

Jonas Cartano, EmcArts Director of Community InitiativesJonas Cartano is the Director of Community Initiatives at EmcArts, where he is responsible for the New Pathways for the Arts Initiative, a training and immersion program for arts organizations in local communities across the country to advance and accelerate the development of innovative strategies and to strengthen adaptive leadership.