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A is for Archaeology // ArtsMail

Ok, so archaeology isn't something we regularly include when we think about "the arts". However, arch
A is for Archaeology // ArtsMail
By Ceci Dadisman • Issue #21 • View online
Ok, so archaeology isn’t something we regularly include when we think about “the arts”. However, archaeology involves the study of art in order to learn about the culture that created it. Also, it is just plain cool.
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Where In The World Is Ceci?
I’m currently booking keynotes, conference sessions, and workshops for 2020 (and some in late 2019). If you are looking for someone to speak at your event, I’d love to chat with you!
Here are some of my upcoming speaking gigs. If you’ll be at any of these conferences, let me know and we can meet up!
October 2019
  • Delaware Division of the Arts
  • Ohio Travel Association
November 2019
  • National Arts Marketing Project
January 2020
  • Northern Ohio Charitable Gift Planners
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I’m an arts marketer, public speaker, nonprofit communicator, native Pittsburgher, WVU Mountaineer, recovering classical singer, Trekkie, and mom (of small humans and miniature schnauzers). I do digital marketing for nonprofits and arts + culture at FORM.
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