Since the onset of COVID-19, glittery black-tie fundraising galas with celebrity red carpets have become a thing of the past. But because arts organizations often rely on an annual gala event to bring in a significant portion of their operating budget, outright cancellation is not an option.
This studio owner had the foresight to identify the sticking points for teaching Zoom dance classes—like the need for silent communication methods with students—and to invest in training her teaching staff to succeed.
Rachel Arnold’s homework packets and faculty book clubs keep her studio business healthy during COVID-19 by focusing on community and commitment.
One benefit you now provide dance students is a sense of normalcy and positive interaction. Here’s how four studios demonstrate to their customers why this is worth paying for.
Like it or not, if you are a freelance dance artist or educator, you own and manage a small business. Here’s how one solopreneur stepped up his game to preserve income when schools closed in March.
As someone who has filmed a lot of interviews, the author shares some tips and tricks that will help you look and sound great when videoconferencing.