Tag: Alberta

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What’s Online (Edmonton): 5th Annual Sound Off Festival

Going onto our 5th year, SOUND OFF: A Deaf Theatre Festival is a collaboration with Edmonton’s Chinook Series. SOUND OFF is Canada’s national festival dedicated to the Deaf performing arts. SOUND OFF brings Deaf artists from across the country to share their stories, their talents and the beauty of American


What’s Online (Edmonton): 2021 Chinook Series

Feel that change in the air? Chinook Series is back for #2HotWeeks! From March 25 – April 4, 2021, enjoy digital delights from the comfort of wherever you are. With a mix of on-demand and live content, feel free to mix it up and make Chinook your own! The 2021


Workshop (Online): Backstage Online – Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta

ATAA Professional Development Workshops BackStage Online Saturday, March 27, 2021 @ 10:00AM – 12:00PM Presenters! – Would you like to stay connected with your audience by presenting a virtual concert? Even though vaccinations are on their way, online concerts will continue to be important in the world of performance. Join


News (Calgary): Remembering Bob McPhee – Calgary Opera

From the Calgary Opera website  It’s with heavy hearts that we must share the sad news of the passing of our dear friend and former General Director and CEO of Calgary Opera Bob McPhee. Bob passed away Saturday, March 13 in Calgary, Alberta surrounded by the love of his many


Workshops (Alberta): CITT Alberta Offering Two Video Streaming Workshops

Please join CITT Alberta and Theatre Alberta in our presentation of two sessions focused on Video Streaming and Best Practices to help to move your theatre from the stage to a streamed screen. Both of these events will be hosted on Zoom to provide you with information safely. Audience size

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Who Are We Now? Essays From A New World – Suzanne Hermary

FORGING A NEW PATH – Suzanne Hermary The thoughts herein are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the organizations with whom I work. I’m fairly new to the Board of the group I work with, so most observations are coming from the perspective of a community

Deal (Alberta): Short Shoot Film Production Policies – Front Row Insurance

**SPONSORED POST** Front Row’s Short Shoot Insurance Policy (Canada) is a good option for insuring your short-term film projects. Coverage for up to 15 consecutive days of filming. The coverage is available online, 24/7. Covers rented gear, rented locations, rented props, sets, wardrobes, and more. The Short-Term Production Insurance program