TAI’s 2014 Webinar Series

In 2014, TAI re-opened its webinar program with a new season of webinars covering a variety of topics. Click on the links below to access our archived webinars through YouTube:

2014 TAI Webinar Season

DIY Exhibits (Part 1)
Presented October 29th, 2014
Hosts: Emily Palombella and Meghan Smith
Recording Access: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vieGMv87X6M&list=UUfRBZqfb4ca8DXa7_9JtLPw 

 Memory Art and Aging: Lessons on Successful Aging and the Arts
Presented May 12th, 2014
Host: Jon Kay
Recording Access: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB48Si8JTPM&index=2&list=UUfRBZqfb4ca8DXa7_9JtLPw 

Presenting Traditional Arts: Engaging Festival Goers
Presented April 29th, 2014
Hosts: Brent Björkman and Jon Kay
Recording Access: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFExPueWTQM&list=UUfRBZqfb4ca8DXa7_9JtLPw&index=3 

 What are the Traditional Arts and Why Should I Care?
Presented April 24th, 2014
Host: Jon Kay
Recording Access: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVFUzvdRGo4&index=4&list=UUfRBZqfb4ca8DXa7_9JtLPw 

 

2011-2012 webinar series: The Archive

In 2011 and 2012, TAI produced a series of webinars aimed at artisans, craftspeople, musicians, and folklorists.  You will find an archive of this project below, in the form of a list of links to each of the webinar recordings we’ve created. When you click a link, you will be taken to a new window that replays the show just as it happened on the day it was broadcast. (It will look a little bit like the image at right, taken from our Oct. 2012 webinar, Using Creative Commons.) While these recordings won’t allow you to participate in real time, many of them contain contact information for the presenters. If you have comments or questions, we’re sure they would like to hear from you today. Enjoy!

To Be Or Not To Be … Online
Presented Dec. 14, 2012
Host: Jon Kay, director of Traditional Arts Indiana
Recording access:
http://connect.iu.edu/p5uwrraa9ed/

Independent Music Production and Promotion
Presented Nov. 7, 2012
Host:
Jared Cheek and Mike Adams, record producers
Recording access:
http://connect.iu.edu/p9pv220pvyc/

Using Creative Commons
Presented Oct. 10, 2012
Host:
Professor Jason Baird Jackson, folklorist
Recording access:
http://connect.iu.edu/p7ouay62895/

WordPress for Artists and Organizations
Presented June 14, 2012
Host:
Jon Kay, director of Traditional Arts Indiana
Recording access:
http://connect.iu.edu/p5s2oj7ng9j/

Social Networking for Artists and Performers – Developing and Maintaining an Online Presence
Presented April 5, 2012
Host:
Geoff Davis, educator, musician, and woodcarver
Recording access:
http://connect.iu.edu/p6upmf4ohax/

Community Benefits of the Rotating Exhibit Network
Presented Feb. 28, 2012
Host:
Jon Kay, director of Traditional Arts Indiana
Recording access:
http://breeze.iu.edu/p166k9ljc94/

A Performer’s Toolkit – Observations for Traditional Musicians
Presented Jan. 26, 2012
Host:
Jon Kay, director of Traditional Arts Indiana
Recording access: 
http://breeze.iu.edu/p2jt3d4ppff/

An Overview of Indiana Artisan
Presented Sept. 14, 2011
Host:
Eric Freeman, director of Indiana Artisan
Recording access: 
http://breeze.iu.edu/p7yeufp3be8/

One Way to Put Your Music Online
Presented July 15, 2011
Host:
Joe O’Connell, folklorist and musician
Recording access:
http://breeze.iu.edu/p17343286/

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