In light of the residential school findings, the Maada’oonidiwag Exchange and NEPA are offering an online drop-in circle for the Indigenous theatre community to meet in a safe space, to talk and care for one another.
June 2, 2021 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM (ET) Online Event through Hopin REGISTER FOR FREE Canada’s performing arts community is invited to a free online gathering of some of Canada’s most knowledgeable and inspiring climate leaders, activists and educators. We believe that artists have an essential part to play
As events slowly return from the COVID-19 closures, new and different conditions and procedures will apply. Join CITT/ICTS and PMArts/TDArts to discuss next steps and creative solutions in a Roundtable discussion moderated by Matt Frankish, CITT/ICTS President, Paul Fujimoto-Pihl, chair of the Ontario Section and Janelle Rainville (SM/PM/TDArts). The next
Buffering…buffering…buffering… Download complete. Welcome to Savanna Harvey’s liveshow: Interaction Design for Digital and Hybrid Performance! May 25th, 2021 at 7:30 MDT on Twitch.* Register online: bit.ly/iuxregister Free admission Inquiries can be directed to Angus Thomson (he/him): email@example.com *Please note, this event was originally scheduled for Tuesday, May 11th,
Queer History Voices By Natalie Meisner Jason Mehmel – Producer, Director & Dramaturg Historians – Kevin Allen & Tereasa Maillie Featuring – Kevin Rothery & Kathy Zaborsky May 7, 8, 9 as part of Jane’s Walk 2021 Join us for Queer History Voices by Natalie Meisner, as part of Jane’s
A chance for IBPOC Theatre students from across Canada to meet one another and receive advice from experienced IBPOC artists! ABOUT THIS EVENT Calling all IBPOC recent theatre graduates, students graduating this year and those entering their final year of study! You’re invited to an (online) IBPOC Theatre Grad Fair from
A monthly grassroots gathering for the collective re-imagining of an equitable future.
Resilience & Reinvention: PACT Management Leaders Retreat Taking place wherever you are on Wednesday, May 26, from 12pm to 5:30pm ET There’s no more business as usual. What principles should guide us as we return to the stage? How can we ensure that our practices are ethical, equitable, and effective
The Centre for Free Expression at Ryerson University presents a Zoom presentation by Chilean-Canadian theatre artist and author Carmen Aguirre on April 7. The title of the conversation, cosponsored by the Vancouver Public Library, is Cancel Culture in Theatre: what is to be done? Aguirre will be joined in the
FREE STAGES: THE UNSEEN FUTURE OF THEATRE FREE ONLINE SEMINARS FOR THEATRE PRACTITIONERS OF ALL KINDS On three Sundays in April, playwright Scott Sharplin will host Zoom-based workshop/seminars exploring the post-pandemic future of live theatre. Free Stages: The Unseen Future of Theatre is a three-hour event for directors, designers, playwrights,
March 25 – 5:00pm-6:30pm EST CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO REGISTER HERE Since the beginning of the pandemic, the managing director of the Quebec Drama Federation, Patrick Lloyd Brennan, has been sitting down with theatre arts service organizations from across the country. Together, they have been conversing about the obstacles,
Town Hall with the Honorable Steven Guibault, Minister of Canadian Heritage Date: Thursday, March 25th, 2021 Time: 12:00 pm to 12:45 pm EST Location: Zoom Webinar Following the investments announced to support arts and live events workers in the 2020 Fall Economic Statement, CAPACOA is pleased to host a Town
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Connect & Refresh: PACT Artistic Leaders Retreat Taking place wherever you are on Thursday, February 25, from 12pm to 5:30pm ET What stories do you want to tell? How do you want to tell them, both during the pandemic and beyond? Where are you finding inspiration in dark times? Recharge
Join us on March 13 at 7:00pm EST for the premiere of Monument by Gerry Trentham and William Yong.
In its fifth year in 2021, Actsafe’s annual conference is coming to you virtually February 26–27! Actsafe’s Entertainment Safety Conference (formerly Event Safety Conference) brings together a broad range of stakeholders from the motion picture, television and commercial industry, festivals and the performing arts, the music industry, event production and
Crossed Wires Convo on Demand Amoris Projects and Edmonton Fringe Theatre brought together artists from across the country for Crossed Wires Convos, conversations about the current state and the future of theatre. The conversation took place on January 30 and a recording is available to watch for free! Watch now
Sign up for the free online talk with Jean Marie Casbarian through the Transart Institute.