Contact:

Pat Boyd 
South Dakotans for the Arts 
patsoda@rushmore.com 
605 722-1467 

When

June 03, 2010 at 06:00 PM 
to
June 05, 2010 at 06:00 PM 

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Where

Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 
2001 S. Summit Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57197
 

 
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Prairie Arts Management Institute 2010 

Challenging Times / Creative Solutions
Professional development and leadership training
for staff of small and mid-sized community arts organizations

 
June 3-5, 2010
Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD
   
Master Classes

From Design to Evaluation: Developing Programs for Impact
Traditional Arts Brought to Light
Effectively Engaging Internal Stakeholders
Register Now! 

Registration fee ONLY: $275.00 

$300.00 after 04/30/2010

Registration + meal ticket: $317.50 

$350.00 after 04/30/2010

Registration + meal ticket + Little House on the Prairie at Washington Pavilion: $362.50 

$400.00 after 04/30/2010  Little House on the Prairie Information

Single dorm room $20.00 single/night

Double dorm room $25.00/night (or $12.50 each)

David OKeynote Speaker: David O'Fallon, MacPhail Center for Music

 
Master Classes and Teachers
 
Each course is day: all participants attend all courses.  PAMI Schedule

$275 Registration prior to April 30. Limited enrollment and scholarships available. Registration fee includes 3 follow-up webinars and Friday night dinner at Washington Pavilion.  

From Design to Evaluation: Developing Programs for Impact

Sharon Rodning BashTaught by Sharon Rodning Bash, ArtsLab Program Director, Arts Midwest

 "It takes strategy and execution to win the game."  The old adage may feel like a truism.  But are we focused on long term organizational development or are we busy dousing fires? 
 

Traditional Arts Brought to Light 

Andrea GrahamTaught by Andrea Graham (South Dakota Traditional Arts Program)

and

Lisa HigginsLisa L. Higgins (Missouri Folk Arts Program)

Traditional arts and artists enrich everyone's understanding of your special place, from visitors to locals. This session will demonstrate ways to discover the traditional arts in your community and bring them into the light.

Effectively Engaging Internal Stakeholders

John McCannTaught by John McCann, President, Partners in Performance

In this session, we will discuss proven approaches that help leaders create a shared purpose across their organization and enroll others in a vision for success. Learn how to craft and prioritize strategies for moving your organization's vision forward.

Sponsored by South Dakotans for the Arts, South Dakota Arts Council,
Missouri Association of Community Arts Agencies and Arts Wisconsin
with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency
and Arts Midwest, a regional arts service organization.