Author Archives: David Doxtater

Theater & Performing Arts COVID-19 Requirements

THEATER & PERFORMING ARTS COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS Theaters and performing arts are permitted to operate, provided the general and discipline-specific requirements in this document are met and followed. The theatre and performing arts organization must adopt a written procedure for operation that is at least as strict as the procedures below and complies with all safety […]

Helping Hands newsletter

In recent weeks our industry, people, and ability to work have been completely devastated by the unexpected impacts of the existing health crisis. While uncertainties abound we do not yet know the extent of these impacts or the long-lasting effects they may cause within the live event industry. This is truly a time to come […]

Step Forward – SR99 tunnel grand opening

Step Forward After the unfortunate 2001 Nisqually earthquake, the Alaskan Way Viaduct suffered significant structural damage, and the State of Washington started an ambitious new project to bore a structurally-secure tunnel under downtown Seattle to carry SR99 from SoDo to South Lake Union. The SR99 Tunnel (also called the Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel) was officially […]

What Does Event Planning Really Look Like?

What Does Event Planning Really Look Like? A Peek Inside The Workshop Every organization has a place behind the scenes where they make the magic happen. A team of magicians who make everything you need appear before your eyes. Imagine you’re at a restaurant and a beautiful plate of pasta lands on the table in […]

Hi There, Caitrin…

It’s great to meet you! We’d like to introduce you to the newest member of The Workshop, Caitrin Millar: Event Designer and Planner Extraordinaire. With an incredible eye, crazy color acuity (show her a color and she’ll give you a name worthy of Pantone) and mad organizational skills, Caitrin is going to knock it out […]

When the Wind Blows

When the Wind Blows: 7 Things That Can Prevent a Wind Disaster at your Event The wind blows – that’s a fact. Many of us first understood the power of the wind as young children, wielding colorful kites on the beach.  As adults, the power of the wind is only apparent to us when it […]

Creative and Concept Briefs

ISES Conference Opening Night Reception Creative and Concept Briefs: Designing an Event… for Event Planners! As event designers, The Workshop lives and breathes high-pressure situations, but when asked to plan the Opening Night Reception for the International Special Event Society Conference (“ISES Live”), we knew the pressure would be higher than usual – an event […]

The Workshop is a Messaging Machine

  July 18-20, The Workshop produced the 18th Annual Sequim Lavender Farm Tour & Fair. This celebration of Sequim’s world-famous lavender farms was not your average summer fair – in fact it wasn’t just a fair, but a collection of miniature festivals located on working lavender farms. Fun and unique, this event was brought to […]

Make Events Work for You

  At The Workshop, we’ve been looking closely at the impact of events in today’s economy. It has become clear that in this day and age, the old event methods don’t reach like they used to. Today, businesses need events to adapt and employ strategies that leave old and ineffective thinking behind. It’s time to […]

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