This November, the Arizona Commission on the Arts, in partnership with the Flinn Foundation and Virginia G. Piper Trust, are pleased to offer regional, in-person training workshops to enrich your understanding of the data you submit to SMU DataArts’ Cultural Data Project. Workshops were designed based on the responses you provided in recent surveys and will include opportunities to meet SMU DataArts staff and ask questions specific to your organization.
Additionally, our friends at the Flinn Foundation invite all workshop participants to join a lunch hour discussion alongside the workshop. A light lunch will be provided for those who RSVP. Your lunch RSVP is separate from your registration for the workshop(s), so be sure to do both.
Speaking of Data
Attendees will take a deep-dive into their own organization’s data and practice learning from and using that data as part of their work. This intensive session is ideal for decision-making staff and board members interested in learning how to read their SMU DataArts Analytic Reports and practice using them in conversations with various stakeholders and audiences.
This workshop is produced in partnership with the Arizona Commission on the Arts and the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona.
November 6, 2019
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Historic Brings Coworking
(large conf. room, 2nd floor)
236 S Scott Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
Parking available at 160S S Scott Ave (Corral & Scott Ave)
Lunch discussion to follow
Hosted by the Flinn Foundation