Do you remember how much fun field trips used to be?
Even before we tackled our first website project with the Perot Museum of Nature and Science when we were just starting out as a company, arts and culture organizations have been important to us.
We are all a product of the enrichment and education they offer, the escape and entertainment they deliver. And when the pandemic hit, we knew we wanted to support as many of them as we could, through hard work, best practices and innovation.
As museums, symphonies, zoos and others make their way back from the shutdowns, we are thrilled — not just as client partners but also as patrons. We’re also optimistic that the digital disruption brought about by the COVID economy will propel their good work forward to reach new audiences and touch more people’s lives.
That’s why we’re so excited to be a supporter and participant at the Tessitura Learning and Community Conference next week; it’s a virtual event hosted by our friends at Tessitura Network, a pioneering tech system that helps arts and culture partners manage their relationships better. TLCC promises to be an inspirational, educational event that will help all of us grow into the post-pandemic environment.
If you’re attending TLCC, please stop by our virtual booth or look out for Kate Bielamowicz from our content team, who’ll be soaking up as much thought leadership as she can. Kate’s passionate — as so many of us at Lifeblue are — about understanding the challenges and opportunities these organizations face so we can do what we do best: innovate, create and deliver far-reaching solutions that exceed our partners’ hopes and dreams.
Kate’s hosting an Open Space chat at TLCC at 10:45 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 5, on “Turning Patrons into Subscribers.” (If you’re interested in the session or the topic in general, feel free to reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.)