Presentation on theme: "Reel to Real: “Films and discussion about topics that matter” South Central Library System Helping Libraries Serve the Public."— Presentation transcript:
Reel to Real: “Films and discussion about topics that matter” South Central Library System Helping Libraries Serve the Public
Jean Anderson, SCLS Lynne Blinkenberg, WPT Shawn Brommer, SCLS Anne Wilder, WPT
Wisconsin Public Television Statewide network 1.3 million households Outreach –Community events, screenings, discussions –Educational activities for children, parents, caregivers –Reel to Real
Community Forums Annual series of screenings in partnership with Madison Urban League, Madison- area Urban Ministry, City of Madison, etc. 2006: Wisconsin Humanities Council and the Wisconsin Book Festival
Waging A Living
The Programs on Public Television Rights Future pipeline of films
Planning Your Reel to Real Event Watch the film Find community partners Why should you care about partners? Who should they be? What roles should they play? When should they become involved? Where should you look? How should you find them?
Planning Your Reel to Real Event Choose the event format Location, location, location Plan the discussion Event signage and other details Audience handouts
Planning Your Reel to Real Event Invite Promote Evaluate
The future of Reel to Real Future trainings and opportunities
Q&A Major funding is provided by Alliant Energy. Additional funding is provided by St. Marys Hospital and a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council, with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities.