The arts have seen a shift in the last year away from in-person gatherings, but that doesn’t mean that performances, showings, and other creative activities have stopped. Rather, they’ve been transformed, becoming increasingly virtual and digital.
The E-Commerce Times spoke with experts in the arts, design, and marketing to see how these fields have changed and how they might continue to evolve in the future.
“It is something that we were forced to learn by necessity,” Ed Kirchdoerffer, general manager of the Mayo Performing Arts Center, told the E-Commerce Times of the organization’s virtual programming.
“But now that we have mastered it, there is certainly a place for it moving forward to bring arts experiences to more people beyond our walls.”
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