September 21, 2016
I've always enjoyed planning events; parties, dinners, retreats, workshops :). Prior to the event, you think of a theme, plan a menu, interact with people at stores, possibly put together a loose schedule of how you want the day or evening to unfold and bounce thoughts and ideas off of friends and/or co-hosts.
Then you prep the location...you may clean a little, put up decorations, put together party favors, pull out your finest china---something to make it feel special. And when all your friends/attendees come...although you may have an informal idea of how you want the evening to unfold, a lot happens organically as people connect, mingle and one conversation leads to another. Everything's pretty tangible.
When planning for things virtually, it's a whole different experience! Although there's no physical location to prep, I'm learning that planning an interactive, virtual, online Art Opening Reception + week-long Art Exhibition requires a whole different level of detail to attention when it comes to the logistics, scheduling and wanting to keep things flowing :).....
Since the location is on-line I've been busy cleaning all my virtual spaces :) and making them feel extra special for this exhibition. And although I'm not planning a menu of delicious finger foods and rejuvenating beverages, I am working on creating a week full of little surprises and an Opening Reception that is fun and interactive!
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