Tieanna Graphenreed

Experiencing RiverCenter

I think “busy” has become my word to describe every week, and it’s true. Busy might as well be my middle name.  However, I don’t think it does the organization justice, so let’s broaden the category.

Working at RiverCenter for the Performing Arts is, in short, an experience (ironically reflective of the latest marketing campaign). I love going to work. Each day is a challenge, guaranteed to be both entertaining and educational, but this week was special. Thescon approached, and it was inspiring. As students from across the state flooded the streets of Uptown Columbus and breathed new life to our theatres, I realized that this energy is what fuels the arts, and is exactly what RiverCenter stands to promote in the community.

This living reminder of the importance of performing arts was empowering, and fueled me to complete two bulk mailings, copyedit the monthly newsletter, and prep for the mailing of the newsletter to potential donors. I was surprised at how quickly the week flew by, and I’m ready to get back to work on Monday.

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