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*Programming (general)

Aging and the Arts | CAPACOA 2015
*Programming (general) Effective PD activity | Third-party proposal

It’s not just your audience that is getting older.  It’s the whole population that’s aging (including yogis, bikers, tweeps, and, yes, your audience too). We’ve known for a while that aging would eventually trend – it has been 60+ years since boomers were babies – but did society as whole and the arts sector in particular prepare for it? Aging presents a host of challenges, but it also comes with interesting opportunities from an arts and health perspective.

Blow your Mind: Perception (and Presentation) of Disability Aesthetics | CAPACOA 2016
*Programming (general) Effective PD activity

This session explored disability arts from a curatorial perspective, rather than as an accessibility matter.

Boundless: How we can scale evolving artistic expression for niche markets | Strategic Moves 2017
*Programming (general) Effective PD activity

This session will explore the challenges and opportunities of evolving artistic practices, inter-disciplinary work and how to find and expand markets for such offers from the perspective of the arts presenter.

Breaking the Fifth Wall: Digitizing the Performing Arts | CAPACOA 2015
*Programming (general) Training video

This workshop from the 2015 CAPACOA conference explores ways in which technology may evolve brand new practices in performing arts presentation (and distribution).

Building Engagement through Alternative Concert Formats | Orchestras Canada 2013
*Programming (general) Effective PD activity | Training video

Encounters, mini-concerts, pulses, wallcasts: this presentation summarizes New World Symphony’s exciting experience with the research and development of a range of new concert formats.

CPAMO Toolkit: Evidence-based Strategies to Promote Pluralism in the Arts | CPPAMO 2011
*Programming (general) Innovative approach

Arts organizations, in fact arts communities locally, provincially, nationally and world-wide, seem to have turned their attention to what is popularly called ‘diversity’ and, in particular, how to connect to people who are no longer ‘strangers in our midst’ but engaging leaders of artistic expression in contemporary culture.

Deepening Sense of Belonging Through Arts and Culture | CAPACOA 2016
*Programming (general) Effective PD activity

Presentation and interactive dialogue on the connections between arts, culture and sense of belonging.

The Ins and Outs of International Taxation | CAPACOA 2015
*Programming (general) Effective PD activity

Presentation on taxation of non-resident artists in Canada, including Regulation 105 and Regulation 102 Withholding, as well as T4 information returns and tax returns.

Appreciation of disciplines/genres

Aboriginal Presenters Handbook: Music Events, A guide to bringing music to your community | Ontario Arts Council 2012
Appreciation of disciplines/genres Publication

A practical resource guide for Aboriginal presenters who wish to put on music events in their communities.

Boundless: How we can scale evolving artistic expression for niche markets | Strategic Moves 2017
Appreciation of disciplines/genres Effective PD activity

This session will explore the challenges and opportunities of evolving artistic practices, inter-disciplinary work and how to find and expand markets for such offers from the perspective of the arts presenter.

CPAMO Toolkit: Evidence-based Strategies to Promote Pluralism in the Arts | CPPAMO 2011
Appreciation of disciplines/genres Innovative approach

Arts organizations, in fact arts communities locally, provincially, nationally and world-wide, seem to have turned their attention to what is popularly called ‘diversity’ and, in particular, how to connect to people who are no longer ‘strangers in our midst’ but engaging leaders of artistic expression in contemporary culture.

Critical Response | CAPACOA 2014
Appreciation of disciplines/genres Effective PD activity

This innovative workshop helped participants to reflect and talk about their experience following the performance of a peculiar work and to begin to gain perspective about how to engage their audiences with new, and also challenging performances. The critical response protocol used in the workshop can be applied in many different contexts, including with audience, at conferences and festivals alike.

Making Meaningful Connections: Characteristics of Arts Groups that Engage New and Diverse Participants | James Irvine Foundation / Helicon 2014
Appreciation of disciplines/genres Publication

This research shares the attributes of organizations that successfully invite, reach, and meet the needs of diverse audiences.

The Aesthetics of Contemporary Circus | CAPACOA 2016
Appreciation of disciplines/genres Effective PD activity

Presentation on the evolution of circus arts followed by discussion on touring and presenting circus

The Art of Deaf, Disability and Mad Arts | CAPACOA 2015
Appreciation of disciplines/genres Effective PD activity

What's the difference between disability-inclusive and disability-identified arts? This panel explored the aesthetics and the curation of Deaf, disability and mad arts.

Understanding Aboriginal Arts in Canada Today | Canada Council for the Arts / Conseil des arts du Canada 2011
Appreciation of disciplines/genres Publication

This knowledge and literature review examines a broad range of material on Aboriginal arts in Canada.

Artistic vision

Blow your Mind: Perception (and Presentation) of Disability Aesthetics | CAPACOA 2016
Artistic vision Effective PD activity

This session explored disability arts from a curatorial perspective, rather than as an accessibility matter.

Boundless: How we can scale evolving artistic expression for niche markets | Strategic Moves 2017
Artistic vision Effective PD activity

This session will explore the challenges and opportunities of evolving artistic practices, inter-disciplinary work and how to find and expand markets for such offers from the perspective of the arts presenter.

NEW Online UBC Course: Cultural Tourism – An Asset-Based Economic Development Strategy | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development 2017
Artistic vision Curriculum-based e-learning

The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is now offering a new CPD course: "Cultural Tourism: An Asset-based Economic Development Strategy(Oct 2 – Dec 3, 2017) delivered 100% online.

The Art of Deaf, Disability and Mad Arts | CAPACOA 2015
Artistic vision Effective PD activity

What's the difference between disability-inclusive and disability-identified arts? This panel explored the aesthetics and the curation of Deaf, disability and mad arts.

Title: Creating Strategic Plans | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development 2017
Artistic vision Curriculum-based e-learning

The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is offering its popular professional development course: “Creating Strategic Plans.” (Oct 2 – Dec 3, 2017) delivered 100% online.

Contract negotiation

Contract Negotiations | Ontario Presents 2015
Contract negotiation Training video

The ability to negotiate is a critical skill for presenters and successful negotiating is one part art and one part science. By demonstrating the basic elements of negotiations and how to apply them artfully and fairly in contract negotiations, this webinar will improve participants’ chances of a good outcome for all parties to the negotiation.

Fee Negotiation Tools for Dance Artists and Presenters & Fee Standards Study | The CanDance Network 2009
Contract negotiation Effective PD activity | Publication | Third-party proposal

Three-year study on fees paid for professional dance presentation in Canada and a series of Fee Negotiation Tools that are used in support to a workshop:

* Artist Negotiation Tool

* Presenter Negotiation Tool

* Sample Budget Template

* Sample Engagement Contract

Making Artistic Cents: Contracting Internationally | CAPACOA 2016
Contract negotiation Effective PD activity

Panel addressing critical elements of contracting internationally.

Contribution to artist development

art consultant | mARTine consultante en art 2013
Contribution to artist development Other

assistant for international and local expositions
finding buyers for painting and art pieces
finding new clients

Creation Spaces: Nurturing Artistic Process, Practice and Creation Through Place | CAPACOA 2013
Contribution to artist development Effective PD activity | Training video

Panel discussion on the role of venues and presenters in support of the creation process. It explored space and the creation of new artistic work; how facilities go beyond performances on stages to foster relationships with artists and their communities; and how innovative spaces are shifting thinking around artistic practice, process and the development of contemporary work.

New Practices in Presenting: Artist Development | CAPACOA 2015
Contribution to artist development Effective PD activity | Training video

Panel of experts who have been working to develop innovative new practices and programs around artist development. Working with artists to develop new work, new markets and audiences is a shared experience – between the artist, their team, the presenter and community. This panel presents amazing examples of how this shared responsibility has resulted in new relationships, new work and the further expansion of artists’ careers.

Title: Creating Strategic Plans | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development 2017
Contribution to artist development Curriculum-based e-learning

The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is offering its popular professional development course: “Creating Strategic Plans.” (Oct 2 – Dec 3, 2017) delivered 100% online.

Season or festival planning

Title: Creating Strategic Plans | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development 2017
Season or festival planning Curriculum-based e-learning

The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is offering its popular professional development course: “Creating Strategic Plans.” (Oct 2 – Dec 3, 2017) delivered 100% online.

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