Check-in sessions with Wisconsin’s Creative Sector

Hosted by Arts Wisconsin & Wisconsin Arts Board
January – February 2022

Arts Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Arts Board are hosting a series of “check in” sessions with Wisconsin’s creative sector, in January and February 2022. These informal, participatory sessions with people involved in the arts, culture, creativity, and community engagement throughout the state will share updates, connections, and learning within and across sectors after almost two years of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on all aspects of our lives and work. Topics of discussion will include:

  • Changes personally and organizationally since March 2020 
  • Lessons learned
  • Hopes and plans for the future
  • What Arts Wisconsin and Wisconsin Arts Board should know for the post-pandemic world.

Zoom link for all sessions: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/9736816685.

Sessions schedule (as of 1-22-2022)

Discipline Co-host Date/Time
Local arts councils Tuesday 2-1-2022
11 am-12 noon
Zoom link here
Museums and art centers Wisconsin Federation of Museums Friday 2-4-2022
10-11 am
Zoom link here
Professional theatre Wisconsin Professional Theatres  Monday 2-7-2022
3-4 pm
Zoom link here
Meeting ID: 850 2763 3737
Passcode: 205622
Arts education/arts educators Wisconsin Partners in Arts Education Monday 2-7-2022
4:30-5:30 pm
Zoom link here
Symphonies and chamber orchestras Association of Wisconsin Symphony Orchestras Tuesday 2-8-22
10 – 11 am
Zoom link here
Choirs and choral groups – community and professional Wisconsin Choral Directors Association Tuesday 2-8-22
6-7 pm
Zoom link here

Previous sessions:

  • Dance, with the Wisconsin Dance Council, 1-20-22

Still to be scheduled are sessions with volunteer-run organizations; public art; artists (visual, literary, performing, media); community theaters.

The session schedule will be updated on a regular basis.  All sessions will be recorded and available for viewing after the date on the Arts Board’s YouTube channel

All are welcome – no pre-registration needed.    

Questions?  Contact Anne Katz at Arts Wisconsin, akatz@artswisconsin.org.