Join us in giving a round of applause to this year's Harvardwood Heroes community service grant recipients!
Volunteer with Harvardwood for National Trails Day in Los Angeles, and then attend the Dodgers v. Nationals game with us on June 5th!
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In today's digital age, when social media is the easiest and often best way to share your work, it’s more important than ever to know how to communicate the heart of your artistic brand in order to connect with your target audience. Jenie Dahlmann, a digital communications expert, will guide you through exercises to create a succinct vision statement and develop an engaging and consistent profile for social media. Learn how to magnify your artistic brand across digital media channels and harness your audience's interest in instant imagery to your advantage.
Presenter: Jenie Dahlmann recently leveraged her twenty-plus year career in marketing and communications to launch her San Diego-based consulting firm, Idealchemy. Idealchemy helps purpose-driven organizations and companies share their stories through traditional and transformational digital communication strategies. As the Vice President of Communications and Engagement for the $45M Interlochen Center for the Arts, Jenie led a digital content transformation that brought the remotely located arts organization back into the international spotlight. As part of the leadership team, she oversaw 40 employees in Marketing and Communications, two public radio services, Interlochen's continuing education program, and Information Technology. Before Interlochen, she led global public relations and marketing efforts for Amway's $4B Nutrilite Vitamin and Dietary Supplement brand and oversaw executive communications and corporate affairs for their Americas region. Previously, she held leadership roles in marketing and public relations at PETCO Animal Supplies, Inc., in San Diego, California and at the global book retailer Borders Group, Inc., in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The Author Evening Series celebrates the power of words to inform, entertain, inspire, and foster a vital literary culture. PEN Center USA’s Author Evening Series presents an evening with The Paris Review.
Established in 1953, The Paris Review is America’s premier literary magazine. It is known both for discovering new writers and for its in-depth interview series, Writers at Work.
This evening, hosted by editor Lorin Stein, will feature readings and discussion by Paris Review contributors Sarah Manguso AB '96 and Ottessa Moshfegh, and The Paris Review’s southern editor, John Jeremiah Sullivan.
Afterward, PEN Center USA and The Paris Review invite you to join us and the authors for a book-signing and complimentary reception with drinks.
Harvardwood, use the code PENPARIS for discounted general admission tickets at the link below!
Harvardwood is the nonprofit fiscal sponsor for a documentary film, A COMMON GROUND, by KSG alumni Catherine Lee and Peter Ajak.
About the documentary: A South Sudanese “Lost Boy,” whose life has only known war, decides enough is enough. Against the wishes of the President, he is gathering youth of fighting tribes for reconciliation and forgiveness and to bring a unified message for peace to the leaders of his country and neighboring nations.
IT’S NOT TOO LATE! Harvard College students looking for a summer (entertainment) internship? Contact the Director of the Harvardwood Summer Internship Program, Marie Kim, at email@example.com ASAP to learn more about this exclusive opportunity in Los Angeles.