You ask: “Should we be members of the Rocky Mountain Living History Consortium?”
Here are the benefits:
Professional Development – instruction for your members in best practices to help achieve world-class interpretation experiences
Influence – a member of your organization sits on the Executive Committee and helps decide how the organization runs
Inter-connection – interface with organizations with concerns similar to yours and individuals who can fill your needs
Cross-pollination – sharing personnel and practices with other organizations strengthens your programs and broadens your views
Audience growth – publicity that puts your programs in front of people who have demonstrated interest in history, heritage, and culture, because they have joined those affinity groups
Representation – RMLHC represents the interpretive community to the Department of Heritage & Arts, the Utah Tourism Industry Coalition, the Utah Office of Tourism, Visit Salt Lake, Utah State Legislators, and the world at large through our website, www.rmlhc.org.
Advocacy – RMLHC advocates with the Utah legislature to represent the diverse palette of heritage tourism stakeholders, from individual artists and artisans to heritage sites, artist
Publicity – RMLHC publicizes member events through:
• our monthly featured event
• quarterly newsletter
• combined website calendar
• facebook page
• member email and website rebroadcasts
• RMLHC’s heritage tourism resource directory
• links to member organizations’ websites.
Soirée Participation – representation (display or performance) at RMLHC’s annual Living History Soirée, where press and dignitaries are invited to experience the state of the art of historic interpretation in Utah.
Discounts for members of your organization to related workshops, events and socials of other member organizations.
Talk to us:
Interim President – Clive Romney, Utah Pioneer Heritage Arts, 801-706-1997, firstname.lastname@example.org
Interim Vice-President – Connie Bauer, Living History Docent, Musician
Interim Secretary – Bob Morphis, Utah Pioneer Heritage Arts
Executive Committee Members:
Chad Wright – The Pioneer Experience
David Sidwell – Utah Storytelling Guild
Kevin Henson – Map’nTour.com
Denny Henson – Map’nTour.com
Jayceen Craven-Walker – Utah Museums Association
Rachel Crane – Fort Douglas Military Museum Living History Detachment