Live Webinar: History Relevance Coffee Break with Ford's Theatre
Includes a Live Event on 12/13/2018 at 3:00 PM (EST)
Take a coffee break with David McKenzie of Ford's Theatre and Conny Graft of the History Relevance initiative. During this thirty-minute interview, David and Conny discuss the challenges faced and lessons learned during Ford's Theatre's prototyping project.
This webinar is part of the History Relevance Coffee Break webinar series. Each webinar in this short-form series showcases projects by history organizations that are making history relevant to their communities in meaningful, measurable, and replicable ways. Webinar participants will glean practical tips for how organizations can connect issues of the past to issues of the present and meet their relevance goals.
DATE: Thursday, December 13, 2018
TIME: 3:00 – 3:30 pm EASTERN (Remember to adjust for your time zone!)
COST: $Free Members / $5 Non-members
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Description and Outcomes:
- Tell us about how you connected issues of the past with issues of the present?
- What were some of the challenges you faced in implementing this project?
- What did you learn from the evaluation of your project?
- Based on your experience making history relevant through this project, what are the three most important suggestions you have for others working to make history relevant at their institutions?
- Learn how Ford's Theatre makes history relevant in measurable and replicable ways
- Feel inspired by the featured organization to endorse the Value of History Statement and employ formal survey and evaluation techniques when evaluating the success of their projects
- Feel motivated to think creatively about how they can make history relevant through projects at their own institution
- Learn practical tips for how organizations can connect issues of the past to issues of the presents
- Conny Graft, Steering Committee Member, History Relevance Initiative
- David McKenzie, Associate Director for Interpretive Resources, Ford's Theatre