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    Fishbowl Session: How does technology build or enhance networked participation?
    2:15-4:00 PM
    Fishbowl #2, “How can technology help build and enrich networks of participation?” will be held in the Commandant Ballroom on the 10th floor.
    Here's the conference agenda and overall framing:
    http://www.organizational-services.com/bda/Agenda.aspx
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    2:00-2:05Welcome, Introduction, Explain ProcessBeth
    Explain how fish bowl will work (large group, small group) and timings
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    to ask ourselves a number ofrelated questions to
    ...
    already here. We need to learn how experiment and be comfortable from learning from failure. We need
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    adjacent fields.
    Each

    Each
    of the
    ...
    a three minute framing on
    2:05-3:00 Full Group
    Each presenter gets 3 minutes to share their perspective related to the overarching question. You can share a story to make your point, or raise it a provocative set of questions.
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    Audience engagement in the creative process
    If the audiences is to have input into the creative process, how do arts organizations shift their mindsets to allow this happen?
    How can arts organizations use social media to conceptualize programming and audience engagement throughout the creative process?

    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    What is the audiences’ expectation?The People Formerly Known As The Audience
    What are your audiences’ expectations in terms of engaging with you and your art online?
    What do they think their audience expects to do? Are they engaged in that? Crossing their fingers and hopes?
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    What is networked participation? What does it mean when you have a online and on the ground presence?

    Mark Taylor/KQED
    Change from the Inside Out
    How not to be afraid of experimentation? How not to be afraid of failure?
    Shifting our thinking from analog to digital
    Change is difficult for large institutions
    We’re risk adverse
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    Audience engagement in the creative process
    If the audiences is to have input into the creative process, how do arts organizations shift their mindsets to allow this happen?
    How can arts organizations use social media to conceptualize programming and audience engagement throughout the creative process?
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    What Can Artists Learn from Activists?What is networked participation? What does it mean when you have a online and on the ground presence?

    Annika Nonhebel/AXIS Dance
    How can technology help enrich networks of participation?Why Social Media Leverages Participation
    In the last 2 years AXIS has changed the way in which we work with social media
    focus on using social media as a way to engage and interact in a meaningful way with AXIS fans/audiences all over the world. Being able to reach people we normally wouldn't reach.
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    9:08 pm
  2. page fishbowl-plan edited Beyond Dynamic Adaptability Fishbowl Session Session: How does technology build or enhance netwo…
    Beyond Dynamic Adaptability
    Fishbowl SessionSession: How does technology build or enhance networked participation?
    2:15-4:00 PM
    Here's the conference agenda and overall framing:
    http://www.organizational-services.com/bda/Agenda.aspx__
    Fishbowl question: How does technology build or enhance networked participation?
    http://www.organizational-services.com/bda/Agenda.aspx
    Room Set Up:
    100
    100 people
    Chairs
    - Chairs in two
    outer circle of participants in the room
    Note: Beth is doing a 30 minute presentation that is suppose to que up this discussion.
    Becoming An Networked Arts Nonprofit: Change from Inside Out
    Social media is changing how arts nonprofits interact with audiences, deliver programs, lead, manage, and even govern. This presentation will focus on what arts nonprofits can do to create and adopt a networked mindset, learn from experimentation, and foster a social organizational culture.
    Beth Kanter, Moderator
    Are we asking the right question? How do arts organizations need to work or think differently to use technology to build or enhance networked participation?
    Participants:
    Michella
    ModeratorParticipants: Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAA
    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    Tamara Alvarado/1st Act
    ...
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    Mark Taylor/KQED
    ...
    Introduction, Explain Process
    2:05-3:00Full
    ProcessBeth
    Explain how fish bowl will work (large group, small group) and timings
    Overall framing: We need to ask ourselves a number of questions to address this question of using technology to enhance networked participation. Organizations - both large and small - need to change from the inside out, specially the way they do their work and create artistic programs. We need to examine our blind spots, our challenge our perceptions, and accept that change is already here. We need to understand these changes from our audiences point of view and what they expect. There is lots to learn from those in the arts who already expeimenting with different ways of working and incorporating social media and new technologies as well as learn from adjacent fields.
    Each of the panelists is going introduce themselves and give us a three framing on their views about the topic to spark the full group discussion
    2:05-3:00 Full
    Group
    Each
    ...
    overarching question. PickYou can share a questionstory to make your point, or raise it a way that you have been thinkingprovocative set of this topic. This is what we need to share on the call.
    (Please add three bullet points of what you want to cover)
    questions.
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    Audience engagement in the creative process
    If the audiences is to have input into the creative process, how do arts organizations shift their mindsets to allow this happen?
    How can arts organizations use social media to conceptualize programming and audience engagement throughout the creative process?
    How can small organizations with limited resources do the necessary work of engagement and still create programs?
    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    What is the audiences’ expectation?
    What are your audiences’ expectations in terms of engaging with you and your art online?
    Audiences expect to be able to preview before they participate. They expect it to be compelling and free. An expectation of being able to respond. If I great time at a show, I expect to tell my friends about it. WhatWhat do they
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    What is networked participation? What does it mean when you have a online and on the ground presence?
    1. We use technology for education and activation of our members, fans, followers-- all of whom are participants
    2. We use technology to facilitate sharing the message
    3. We use technology to amplify and track the impact of our advocacy

    Mark Taylor/KQED
    How not to be afraid of experimentation? How not to be afraid of failure?
    ...
    Change is difficult for large institutions
    We’re risk adverse
    I guess my question would be about experimentation with new forms and the upside and downside to various facets:
    Positive: Anyone can make. Negative: Anyone can make.
    Positive: Everyone is a critic. Negative: Everyone is a critic.
    Positive: Enlarged marketplace. Negative: Enlarged marketplace.
    Positive: I don't need validation from the establishment. Negative: I don't need validation from the establishment.
    Positive: Ability to collaborate with larger, more culturally and geographically diverse groups. Negative: I don't know what the downside is to that.
    These are all positive and negative from the points of view of producer, viewer, funder, cultural institution.
    I think the challenge is to be open to the possibilities that new forms of production and distribution present.
    I wonder if the new networked art is the flashmob -- or is the seed of it contained in online gaming? (or world of warcraft -- a large, diverse group of folks working together inside specific parameters, setting goals for themselves and working toward them in their own unique way). What does that create? But what a bore if you are not a participant...
    Tamara Alvarado/1st Act

    Annika Nonhebel/AXIS Dance
    How can technology help enrich networks of participation?
    ...
    YouTube : fast and easy way to showcase dance. Often better quality than dvd's. Seeing AXIS is believing. More people get to see AXIS and become part of our network.
    Mobile devices, with excellent camera options: allows to share in the moment: both for "audience members" as well as for me wanting to share things that are happening right then and there.
    Tamara Alvarado/1st Act
    -Identify set of discussions to ask participants and to draw in audience
    3:00-3:30Small Groups
    ...
    the hall.
    For
    For these small
    ...
    next steps.
    So
    So the hope
    ...
    started with...
    BK:Explain small group discussionsAsk each presenter to share their topic and move to a different part of the room (if needed can leave the room and go in the hall)

    Process:
    (1)Ask(1) Ask for a
    (2) Facilitate a discussion the question, getting as many people to participate
    6 moderators / 100 people = 15-18 ppl per group
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    How can small organizations with limited resources do the necessary work of engagement and still create programs?
    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    How can we engage audiences online before, during, and after they participate in a performance or program?
    ...
    Annika Nonhebel/AXIS Dance
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    ...
    Momsrising “layer cake?”cake approach"?
    Mark Taylor/KQED
    How to fail fast and learn from it!
    3:30-4:00Reconvene
    ...
    a conclusion/synthesis. Each small group gets 4 minutes to report. Beth will do a grand synthesis!
    Contact informaction
    Beth Kanter, Moderator
    (view changes)
    2:01 pm
  3. page fishbowl-plan edited ... Fishbowl Session 2:15-4:00 PM Some Here's the conference agenda and overall notes: Conf…
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    Fishbowl Session
    2:15-4:00 PM
    SomeHere's the conference agenda and overall notes:
    Conference Agenda
    __http://www.organizational-services.com/bda/Agenda.aspx__
    Question:
    framing:
    http://www.organizational-services.com/bda/Agenda.aspx__
    Fishbowl question:
    How does
    ...
    networked participation?
    Are we asking

    Room Set Up:
    100 people
    Chairs in two circles, inner circle of moderator and participants
    outer circle of participants in
    the right question?
    How do arts organizations need to work or think differently to use technology to build or enhance networked participation?
    room
    Note: Beth is doing a 30 minute presentation that is suppose to que up this discussion.
    Becoming An Networked Arts Nonprofit: Change from Inside Out
    Social media is changing how arts nonprofits interact with audiences, deliver programs, lead, manage, and even govern. This presentation will focus on what arts nonprofits can do to create and adopt a networked mindset, learn from experimentation, and foster a social organizational culture.
    Beth Kanter, Moderator
    Are we asking the right question? How do arts organizations need to work or think differently to use technology to build or enhance networked participation?
    Participants:
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    michella@asianamericanmedia.org
    Gravage/CAA
    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    marc@bavc.org
    Tamara Alvarado/1st Act
    talvarado@1stact.org
    Annika Nonhebel/AXIS Dance
    Annika@axisdance.org
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    anita@momsrising.org
    Mark Taylor/KQED
    __mtaylor@kqed.org__
    Room Set Up:
    100 people
    Chairs in two circles, inner circle of moderator and participants
    outer circle of participants in the room

    2:00-2:05Welcome, Introduction, Explain Process
    2:05-3:00Full Group
    ...
    presenter gets 23 minutes to
    (Please add three bullet points of what you want to cover)
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    ...
    3:30-4:00Reconvene
    Each small group leader asks the reporter to share the topic level themes from their group, and then adds whatever is needed. Feedback is sought from the full group by the moderator. After all groups report back, moderator does a conclusion/synthesis.
    Contact informaction
    Beth Kanter, Moderator
    Participants:
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    michella@asianamericanmedia.org
    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    marc@bavc.org
    Tamara Alvarado/1st Act
    talvarado@1stact.org
    Annika Nonhebel/AXIS Dance
    Annika@axisdance.org
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    anita@momsrising.org
    Mark Taylor/KQED
    __mtaylor@kqed.org__

    (view changes)
    1:48 pm
  4. page fishbowl-plan edited Beyond Dynamic Adaptability Fishbowl Session 2:15-4:00 PM Some overall notes: Conference Agend…
    Beyond Dynamic Adaptability
    Fishbowl Session
    2:15-4:00 PM
    Some overall notes:
    Conference Agenda
    __http://www.organizational-services.com/bda/Agenda.aspx__
    Question: How does technology build or enhance networked participation?
    Are we asking the right question?
    How do arts organizations need to work or think differently to use technology to build or enhance networked participation?
    Note: Beth is doing a 30 minute presentation that is suppose to que up this discussion.
    Becoming An Networked Arts Nonprofit: Change from Inside Out
    Social media is changing how arts nonprofits interact with audiences, deliver programs, lead, manage, and even govern. This presentation will focus on what arts nonprofits can do to create and adopt a networked mindset, learn from experimentation, and foster a social organizational culture.
    Beth Kanter, Moderator
    Participants:
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    michella@asianamericanmedia.org
    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    marc@bavc.org
    Tamara Alvarado/1st Act
    talvarado@1stact.org
    Annika Nonhebel/AXIS Dance
    Annika@axisdance.org
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    anita@momsrising.org
    Mark Taylor/KQED
    __mtaylor@kqed.org__
    Room Set Up:
    100 people
    Chairs in two circles, inner circle of moderator and participants
    outer circle of participants in the room
    2:00-2:05Welcome, Introduction, Explain Process
    2:05-3:00Full Group
    Each presenter gets 2 minutes to share their perspective related to the overarching question. Pick a question or a way that you have been thinking of this topic. This is what we need to share on the call.
    (Please add three bullet points of what you want to cover)
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    Audience engagement in the creative process
    If the audiences is to have input into the creative process, how do arts organizations shift their mindsets to allow this happen?
    How can arts organizations use social media to conceptualize programming and audience engagement throughout the creative process?
    How can small organizations with limited resources do the necessary work of engagement and still create programs?
    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    What is the audiences’ expectation?
    What are your audiences’ expectations in terms of engaging with you and your art online?
    Audiences expect to be able to preview before they participate. They expect it to be compelling and free. An expectation of being able to respond. If I great time at a show, I expect to tell my friends about it. What do they think their audience expects to do? Are they engaged in that? Crossing their fingers and hopes?
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    What is networked participation? What does it mean when you have a online and on the ground presence?
    1. We use technology for education and activation of our members, fans, followers-- all of whom are participants
    2. We use technology to facilitate sharing the message
    3. We use technology to amplify and track the impact of our advocacy
    Mark Taylor/KQED
    How not to be afraid of experimentation? How not to be afraid of failure?
    Shifting our thinking from analog to digital
    Change is difficult for large institutions
    We’re risk adverse
    I guess my question would be about experimentation with new forms and the upside and downside to various facets:
    Positive: Anyone can make. Negative: Anyone can make.
    Positive: Everyone is a critic. Negative: Everyone is a critic.
    Positive: Enlarged marketplace. Negative: Enlarged marketplace.
    Positive: I don't need validation from the establishment. Negative: I don't need validation from the establishment.
    Positive: Ability to collaborate with larger, more culturally and geographically diverse groups. Negative: I don't know what the downside is to that.
    These are all positive and negative from the points of view of producer, viewer, funder, cultural institution.
    I think the challenge is to be open to the possibilities that new forms of production and distribution present.
    I wonder if the new networked art is the flashmob -- or is the seed of it contained in online gaming? (or world of warcraft -- a large, diverse group of folks working together inside specific parameters, setting goals for themselves and working toward them in their own unique way). What does that create? But what a bore if you are not a participant...
    Tamara Alvarado/1st Act
    Annika Nonhebel/AXIS Dance
    How can technology help enrich networks of participation?
    In the last 2 years AXIS has changed the way in which we work with social media
    focus on using social media as a way to engage and interact in a meaningful way with AXIS fans/audiences all over the world. Being able to reach people we normally wouldn't reach.
    YouTube : fast and easy way to showcase dance. Often better quality than dvd's. Seeing AXIS is believing. More people get to see AXIS and become part of our network.
    Mobile devices, with excellent camera options: allows to share in the moment: both for "audience members" as well as for me wanting to share things that are happening right then and there.
    -Identify set of discussions to ask participants and to draw in audience
    3:00-3:30Small Groups
    Each presenter will lead a small group discussion on their question or you can identify something else based on what we hear. Participants in the room can divide up based on their interest. If the physical space does not work, group leaders can take a group into the hall.
    For these small groups discussions, we are seeking momentum. It is not just open input - rather, progressive input that arrives at something like new plateaus for action. Tangible next steps.
    So the hope that the group might move towards answers to the questions, or more answers than they started with...
    Process:
    (1)Ask for a person who will take responsibility for reporting back to the whole group at 3:45
    (2) Facilitate a discussion the question, getting as many people to participate
    6 moderators / 100 people = 15-18 ppl per group
    Michella Rivera- Gravage/CAAM
    Marc Vogl/BAVC
    How can we engage audiences online before, during, and after they participate in a performance or program?
    Tamara Alvarado/1st Act
    Annika Nonhebel/AXIS Dance
    Anita Jackson/Moms Rising
    What can arts organizations use or apply from Momsrising “layer cake?”
    Mark Taylor/KQED
    How to fail fast and learn from it!
    3:30-4:00Reconvene
    Each small group leader asks the reporter to share the topic level themes from their group, and then adds whatever is needed. Feedback is sought from the full group by the moderator. After all groups report back, moderator does a conclusion/synthesis.

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    1:43 pm

Tuesday, June 7

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