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Wednesday, March 5
 

5:30pm

SETC Volunteer Orientation
Find out what is expected of you as a volunteer at SETC. Also, get valuable information about how you can use volunteering as a professional development and networking tool.

Speakers
avatar for Ben McCarthy

Ben McCarthy

Program Manager, Leadership Development, Seattle Works
Now based out of Seattle, WA, Ben is a training facilitator and Program Manager, Leadership Development at Seattle Works. Types of trainings he facilitates include basics in nonprofit board service, advanced board leadership, practices of leadership, and volunteer management. This... Read More →


Wednesday March 5, 2014 5:30pm - 6:45pm
CC 201 B
 
Thursday, March 6
 

9:00am

6 Ways to Go Green
Program discusses six ways you can green-up your theatre - professional, academic or community. Intended for students, teachers, professionals and sustainability advocates.

Speakers
avatar for Ashleigh Poteat

Ashleigh Poteat

Assistant Professor, Theatre Arts, LaGrange College
Ashleigh Poteat is an Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts at LaGrange College. She attended the University of North Carolina, Asheville for undergraduate studies and the University of Nevada-Las Vegas for her MFA in Theatrical Design. She has designed costumes, scenery and properties... Read More →


Thursday March 6, 2014 9:00am - 10:15am
RV Commodore Suite

12:00pm

Overview & Update of Legal Issues for the Theatre
Ellison provides an overview of legal issues including: copyright, contract, censorship, discrimination, employment, tax and trademark. Includes an "ask the lawyer" segment, so bring your questions.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Ellison

Daniel Ellison

Professor/Attorney, Duke U; Attorney at Law
Daniel Ellison is an arts-law attorney in private practice in Durham, NC. He has been working with theaters, playwrights, artists, non-profit arts organizations, and for-profit arts entrepreneurs for over twenty years. He teaches “Legal Issues for the Performing Arts,” in t... Read More →


Thursday March 6, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
CC 202 A/B

4:30pm

Meeting Expectations: Incorporating Good Business & Artistic Training
Is there a need for educating student artists about the business practices of the performing arts? If so, how do we offer it, and where do we implement it in the curriculum?

Speakers
JT

Jeffrey Tangeman

U of Alabama
JEFFREY TANGEMAN (Assistant Professor of Theatre) is the Head of the MFA Directing Program at the University of Alabama Department of Theatre and Dance where he teaches Directing and Stage Management courses. He is a proud member of the Society of Directors and Choreographers (SDC... Read More →
avatar for Dominic Yeager

Dominic Yeager

Director, Arts Management, The University of Alabama


Thursday March 6, 2014 4:30pm - 5:20pm
RV Commodore Suite
 
Friday, March 7
 

9:00am

Arts Admin/Management Interest Group
Meeting for those interested in arts administration, management and producing.

Moderators
avatar for Jeff Gibson

Jeff Gibson

SETC President, Middle Tennessee State University
Jeff Gibson currently serves as Chair of Theatre and Dance at Middle Tennessee State University. He is President of SETC and is a past chair of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Region IV. Prior to MTSU, Jeff worked at Watkins College of Art&Design and the Alabama... Read More →
JJ

Jennifer Jenkins

Georgia Perimeter College
Jennifer Jenkins serves as Fine Arts Events Production Manager for Georgia Perimeter College with whom she recently marked 31 years of employment. She holds an AA from GPC and a BFA from UGA. In Atlanta, she gained professional experience at the Harlequin Dinner Theatre and the Center... Read More →
avatar for Cherrie A. Sciro

Cherrie A. Sciro

Coordinator of Theatre, Louisiana Tech University
Cherrie Sciro is the Coordinator of Theatre and Professor in the School of Performing Arts at Louisiana Tech. Ms. Sciro is also known nationally for her Broadway credits which include Production Coordinator of the Tony Award-winning productions Cats, Les Miserables, Phantom of the... Read More →

Friday March 7, 2014 9:00am - 9:30am
BH Ashland Place B

9:00am

Who's the Boss? Interns & Volunteers at Your Theatre -- Legal Concerns
Recent court decisions have entertainment businesses and non-profit organizations re-evaluating their internship and volunteer programs. Learn about the issues, concerns, and how to stay compliant.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Ellison

Daniel Ellison

Professor/Attorney, Duke U; Attorney at Law
Daniel Ellison is an arts-law attorney in private practice in Durham, NC. He has been working with theaters, playwrights, artists, non-profit arts organizations, and for-profit arts entrepreneurs for over twenty years. He teaches “Legal Issues for the Performing Arts,” in t... Read More →


Friday March 7, 2014 9:00am - 10:15am
RV Riverboat Suite

10:30am

Cultivating the Relationship between Business and Art
We will explore the need for an organic relationship between the business and creative processes in the performing arts.

Speakers
JT

Jeffrey Tangeman

U of Alabama
JEFFREY TANGEMAN (Assistant Professor of Theatre) is the Head of the MFA Directing Program at the University of Alabama Department of Theatre and Dance where he teaches Directing and Stage Management courses. He is a proud member of the Society of Directors and Choreographers (SDC... Read More →
avatar for Dominic Yeager

Dominic Yeager

Director, Arts Management, The University of Alabama


Friday March 7, 2014 10:30am - 11:45am
CC 201 A/B

10:30am

Become a Writer or Editorial Board Member for Southern Theatre, SETC's Popular Magazine
This meeting will provide general information on Southern Theatre magazine, including types of stories sought, submission methods, and how to become an editorial board member for SETC's year-round publication. Participants are encouraged to bring story ideas to the meeting. Open to all.

Speakers
avatar for Denise Halbach

Denise Halbach

Freelance Director and Actress
Carpe Diva!
avatar for Deanna Thompson

Deanna Thompson

Publications Editor, SETC


Friday March 7, 2014 10:30am - 11:45am
RV Bay Pointe Suite

12:00pm

CANCELLED: Engaging Millennial Volunteers
What do the Millennials want out of a volunteer experience? Discussion includes resources and tactics used in engaging today's volunteer.

Speakers
avatar for Ben McCarthy

Ben McCarthy

Program Manager, Leadership Development, Seattle Works
Now based out of Seattle, WA, Ben is a training facilitator and Program Manager, Leadership Development at Seattle Works. Types of trainings he facilitates include basics in nonprofit board service, advanced board leadership, practices of leadership, and volunteer management. This... Read More →


Friday March 7, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
RV Riverboat Suite

5:30pm

Engaging Kids and Communities: Building an Outreach Program at Your Theatre
Explore the tenets of a strong outreach program and begin envisioning how your theatre can best serve your unique community. Learn strategies of engaging kids and communities through Broadway shows and student driven productions to grow sustainable musical theatre programs in urban public schools.

Speakers
LM

Lisa Mitchell

Disney Theatrical Group
Lisa Mitchell is the Senior Manager of Education & Outreach at Disney Theatrical Group, where she engages young people through Broadway performance and student-driven production. She works with an ensemble of Disney Teaching Artists, who bring DTG’s education and outreach programs to life in schools across the country. Lisa chairs arts-education committees for various organizations, and is a national workshop facilitator. She holds a Master's Degree in Educational Theatre from the City College of New York... Read More →


Friday March 7, 2014 5:30pm - 6:45pm
RV Commodore Suite

5:30pm

Tix Are Free, No Royalties? & Other Fairy Tales
Play publishers offer tips on how to secure a license and "YES." You need a license regardless of your ticket prices! Contracts/timetables and more administrative clues are shared. Playwright? Learn about submissions to publishers.

Speakers
JJ

Jennifer Jenkins

Georgia Perimeter College
Jennifer Jenkins serves as Fine Arts Events Production Manager for Georgia Perimeter College with whom she recently marked 31 years of employment. She holds an AA from GPC and a BFA from UGA. In Atlanta, she gained professional experience at the Harlequin Dinner Theatre and the Center... Read More →


Friday March 7, 2014 5:30pm - 6:45pm
RV Jubilee Suite
 
Saturday, March 8
 

10:30am

National ED And State Leadership Forum
Facilitator: David Magellan Horth (Center for Creative Leadership)

Lawyers Dan Ellison and Gill Egan join Executive Directors from AACT, AATE, EDTA, IOD, USITT and SETC's ten state organizations to explore legal changes that affect their organizations.

Speakers
GE

Gillian Egan

Burr & Forman Law Firm
avatar for Daniel Ellison

Daniel Ellison

Professor/Attorney, Duke U; Attorney at Law
Daniel Ellison is an arts-law attorney in private practice in Durham, NC. He has been working with theaters, playwrights, artists, non-profit arts organizations, and for-profit arts entrepreneurs for over twenty years. He teaches “Legal Issues for the Performing Arts,” in t... Read More →


Saturday March 8, 2014 10:30am - 12:00pm
RV Jubilee Suite

12:00pm

Emerging Arts Leaders: Career Opportunities in Arts Management
An exploration of the field shaping the future of American theatre. For students from all disciplines interested in learning about careers in arts management.

Speakers
BB

Brandon Belote

Florida State University
TP

Tracy Power

Florida State University
DV

David Valdez

Florida State University
David Valdez is an artist, practitioner, and educator. Currently, he serves as the Associate Marketing Director for the School of Theatre at Florida State University and a proud member of Phi Kappa Phi. David worked extensively with 321 Theatrical Management, general managers for... Read More →


Saturday March 8, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
RV Admiral Suite

12:00pm

Finding your Institution's Through Line - A Return to Vision
Revisiting the importance of vision and how to articulate it, particularly as a catalyst for codifying institutional mission, realizing our goals and finding the funding and marketing "Through Line."

Speakers
avatar for Todd Dellinger

Todd Dellinger

Assistant Professor II, Arts Administration, Rider University
Todd Dellinger applies over 22 years' experience in executive administration of arts - including the historic Martha Graham Dance Company & School in NY, A Noise Within Repertory Theater in L.A. and his own TexARTS Association in Austin - to educating others. His earlier history... Read More →


Saturday March 8, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
BH Midtown

1:00pm

CANCELLED: Board Service 101: Roles and Responsibilities of Board Members
Get the basic facts of nonprofit board of director's service, from do's and don'ts to dispelling rumors. You'll walk away with a better understanding of what it takes to be on a nonprofit board.

Speakers
avatar for Ben McCarthy

Ben McCarthy

Program Manager, Leadership Development, Seattle Works
Now based out of Seattle, WA, Ben is a training facilitator and Program Manager, Leadership Development at Seattle Works. Types of trainings he facilitates include basics in nonprofit board service, advanced board leadership, practices of leadership, and volunteer management. This... Read More →


Saturday March 8, 2014 1:00pm - 2:15pm
RV Riverboat Suite