We're thrilled by the relationships we've forged and always look forward to your feedback on our artist interviews, blog entries, photo albums, and all the other content we create on a daily basis. Currently, our network of social media platforms skews primarily towards our Filene Center and Barns performances, as well as relevant industry news. We are also considering social media efforts for some of our additional programs, and are curious if you'd come along for the ride. We wonder if you realize the many other aspects of Wolf Trap that fall under our four pillars such as:
- Our own Grammy-nominated, in-house opera company;
- The broad array of arts education programs spanning from early childhood to adulthood, offered here in DC and in many markets around the country;
- Our development/membership department (giving options, our young professionals group, special events, etc.);
- A very involved CEO who remains passionate about commissioning new works and the important role the performing arts can play to inspire efforts toward environmental sustainability.
Would you be interested in learning more about the many facets of the Wolf Trap Foundation through an expanded set of social media presences (for example, a Facebook page specifically devoted to Wolf Trap education)? Would you like more information from us via social media? Please take a moment to share your thoughts to help guide our efforts moving forward. At the end of the day, it's all about improving our connection with you, our loyal patrons and fans.
And I'm sure you've noticed in the past few months, our existing social spaces have brought you Wolf Trap specific web video, 2x monthly artist interviews, artist factoid/video surrounding each upcoming performance, and a slew of contests and giveaways. Do you have any suggestions for additional performance related content? What would you like to see more/less of?
While we're on the topic of Facebook - did you see this news? Crazy to think that we're in a time where we could see the end of print news and also witness both the birth and the fall of traditional email.