Interactive workshop for Revisioning Relevance to become OF/BY/FOR ALL with Nina Simon

The crises of this moment are challenging many of us to rethink how we lead, create, fundraise, programme, and engage with audiences. If the pandemic is a portal (as Arundhati Roy puts it), where do we hope it will lead us? How can we reimagine and reinvent our organisations to be more relevant and inclusive?

In this interactive virtual workshop, Nina Simon will share concrete strategies to help your team re-vision your organisation and your relationship with the communities that matter most to your future. You’ll leave the webinar with tools you can use to build a future of, by, and for your community.

Europa Nostra offers this workshop to our Members and Winners of the European Heritage Awards in the frame of the Sharing Heritage – Sharing Values Network Project implemented in partnership with the European Commission and co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Some positions are also available for the public.

Register for the workshop here.

About Nina Simon
Nina Simon is the Founder of OF/BY/FOR ALL, a global non-profit that creates digital tools to help civic and cultural organisations become more inclusive, relevant, and sustainable. The OF/BY/FOR ALL Change Network programme involves over 50 museums, libraries, parks, theatres, and non-profit organisations, all taking bold strides to become of, by, and for their diverse communities.

Prior to founding OF/BY/FOR ALL, Nina was the Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, where she led a dramatic turnaround and eight years of growth rooted in community involvement. Nina is the best-selling author of The Participatory Museum (2010) and The Art of Relevance (2016). She has been named an Ashoka fellow, a “museum visionary” by Smithsonian Magazine, and Santa Cruz County Woman of the Year. Nina lives off the grid in the Santa Cruz mountains with 20 people, 24 chickens, 3 dogs, and 1 zipline.