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Each week, Jing Travel’s editors outline a series of virtual events that touch upon the worlds of art, culture, and travel.

MUSEUMS

Virtual Museum Mile Festival | Tuesday June 9, 2020 09:00 – 21:00 EST

For the past two decades, the annual Museum Mile Festival has seen New York’s premier cultural institutions welcome more than a million people. This year’s celebtration will, naturally, be digital, but that has not limited the event’s ambition, creativity, or reach.

The event is co-hosted by the Met, Neue Galerie New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, the Jewish Museum, Museum of the City of New York, El Museo del Barrio and the Africa Center.

This year’s edition highlights a wide range of virtual activities from exhibition tours to art-making videos for all ages. Learn how to get involved here.

 

Understanding Nonprofit Finance | June 11, 2020 13:30 EST

What’s unique about nonprofit finance? How does the organizational budget work compared to a project budget? What are effective ways to prepare a budget for a project, exhibition, or grant?

In this webinar organized by the Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC), Nathalie Apchin, Chief Financial Officer at Peabody Essex Museum and Anthony DiPietro, Associate Director at Rose Art Museum, will dive into the fundamentals of nonprofit finance. Together, they’ll discuss what varying line items mean and how to more confidently use budgets as collaborative communication and documentation tools. Register Here

SEO in Uncertain Times: How it Can Help Recovery Efforts | Jun 16, 2020 13:00 EST

Part of the Road to Recovery Webinar Series presented by Destination British Columbia, this webinar offers a hands-on guide to DMOs and cultural destinations on how tactics such as optimizing your Local Search listings and creating fresh content driven by search trend data can help support your marketing recovery efforts.

Led by Ian MacLeod, Senior SEO strategist from VERD Interactive, the webinar will also demonstrate how real individuals – potential customers and visitors – are searching for travel-related experiences. Register Here

 

How to Reclaim the Chinese Outbound Market Post-Covid-19 | Jun 12, 2020 05:00 EST 

Coronavirus has forced the aviation industry into a period of unprecedented change filled with new challenges. In response, Travel Link Marketing has organised the China Aviation and Tourism Webinar. The event brings critical insights, opinions, and data on what post-coronavirus looks like for airlines, airports, and tourism boards.

Join a webinar presented by Niki TÓTH, Product development marketing manager at Budapest Airport, Máté RITTER, Airline development manager at Budapest Airport, and Duncan Bureau, Senior Vice President Sales & Distribution at Etihad Airways to learn more about how to recapture China’s outbound market once travel restrictions are lifted. Register Here

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