WGI Sport of the Arts, the world’s leader in producing indoor marching arts events, today announced the launch of a new educational tool called WGI 1on1 powered by E-Adjudicate. WGI 1on1 combines solutions for the beginning to intermediate instructor by giving access to today’s top designers and technicians, as well as offering virtual evaluations in specific captions by WGI judges.
“We are very excited to launch WGI 1on1 as we believe this will open a world of possibilities for instructors to seek help for their programs from some of the best minds in WGI,” said Ron Nankervis, Executive Director. “The opportunity to share information is always something to celebrate especially with the caliber of experts we have assembled in this initial offering. We expect to expand the range of services in the near future as well. “
WGI 1on1 is a virtual toolkit designed to deliver consultations with some of today’s top indoor designers and technicians! Ask for advice on anything to improve your program at any time during the season. Click here to meet the experts (more experts are signing up each day). Securely share your program concepts, equipment designs, music choices or arrangements, costume sketches, floor and prop ideas for feedback BEFORE you commit. Submit high camera rehearsal video footage to examine staging conundrums and pacing questions from your show. Analyze close-up rehearsal video footage to see equipment, movement and playing techniques for suggestions for improvement.
All consultations are done in a virtual environment. Simply upload what you wish to share with your expert and within 72 hours you will receive a recorded response to all your questions.
WGI 1on1 also allows instructors the opportunity to receive commentary from WGI certified adjudicators. Simply upload a video of your group’s local performance or rehearsal run through and you will be assigned a judge to evaluate your program in a caption of your choice. Within 72 hours you will receive a digital recording from the WGI judge that has been assigned, as if you were being evaluated in a live competition. Click here to see the WGI judges participating in this virtual process.
“E-Adjudicate is proud to partner with WGI to present WGI 1on1. Through this and our involvement in WGI Certify, we are excited to share in the vision and innovation of the new programs being offered in a virtual environment,” said Peggy Bilbruck, owner of E-Adjudicate. “This will open doors for instructors and judges to gain ongoing information, training and education.”
Click here to get started setting up your WGI 1on1 account today!