Creative. Social. Safe.
It has been profoundly interesting to me to view the human experience through the lens of a pandemic. Notwithstanding all the variables we have to consider, one of the most profound remains: “how do small businesses survive and hopefully thrive going forward?”
One of the earliest lessons I learned in business was a simple one:
- Tell People What You are Going to Do
- Do It Really Well
- Share What Occurred
We are now a few weeks into teaching small capacity camps and classes and the overwhelming response has been phenomenal. We continue to offer in-studio options and online options so people could choose what makes them feel most comfortable. And, our staff has done a flawless job executing the safety standards that has now given me real hope that we will persevere and that One River can share valuable experiences with others about operating in a pandemic.
We are passionate about “transforming art education” and this experience is undeniably one of the most gratifying and challenging ones that we will ever face.
I am so grateful for our students, their families, our staff and partners.
Thanks to all for your support.