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Event design - Volunteering Qld

Event design - Volunteering Qld


Information SheetEvent DesignPrinciplesThemeIs there a central idea, visual motif orsymbol that is meaningful to youraudience and the purpose of yourevent?Can you use it in a range of ways to tieall the elements of your event together?- ANZAC Day Parades.- Feeling that they are part of something that’s bigger than they are? Needto know audience very well - checking research; harness emotional power.- Beaconsfield miners at Health & Safety Conference.ScaleDoes the scale of your event match thescale of the venue and anticipatedaudience?Can you link audience to the action in alarge venue?ShapeWhat is the shape of the space and howmight people react to it?Does the space have clean lines; isthere a sense of enclosure?Can people see and move around withease?FocusHow can colour, activity and intensity oflight be used to focus the audience?TimingDoes this event fit in the communitycalendar? Are there other events youcan piggy-back on? How does yourevent fit with seasonal cycles (weather,tourist visits, workforce commitmentsetc.)?BuildDoes your event provide audiences withmemorable experiences?Does it build to a climax or finish on ahigh?The Next Big ThingHow is your event bigger and betterthan last time - and what about nexttime?- Make the venue so you can see action from every section.- Venue checklist.- Need a sense of enclosure - need to bring people close to the action; oraction to the people.- Have pathways - exhibits lined up to draw you into main event.- See event planning - keep active elements going all day one after theother.- Passive elements sited so you can still watch the active; piggy-back onevents.- Dysart relay for life; November Gala.- Shave off during an event.- Announce how much they raise.- Like an act in a play - climax keep crowds amused or they will amusethemselves.- Event Planning.Volunteering has never been so easy

Information SheetEvent DesignEvent Core ValuesWhat is an Event?“A unique moment in time with ceremony & ritual to satisfy specific needs”.These questions can help you plan and communicate the concept of your event.This can be a good group brain storming activity for your first event planningmeeting.WHY is the event being held?WHO is the event for?• Who is the main target group; secondary target group?• Get to know your community - what do they want?• How will you know what they want?WHAT will happen at the event?What do we WANT to achieve?• Key performance indicators/outcomes.What will SUCCESS look like?• Visualise how you would like the event to look.Volunteering has never been so easy

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