The Old Trout Puppet Workshop is holding auditions for a new member for our touring ensemble
If you know someone interested let them know!
This pilot program is for Canadian professionals working in the live performance production and technology fields of any age looking to make a shift in their careers.
Last week, the Finance Minister announced that the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS), Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy (CERS), Lockdown Support and Canada Recovery Benefit would all be extended until October 23, 2021.
The impacts of COVID-19 restrictions have greatly affected the vitality of local communities. To ensure communities have access to resources and support for economic recovery, the Government of Canada launched the Canada Community Revitalization Fund (CCRF) to help organizations such as local governments, Indigenous communities and groups, not-for-profits, and other community-based groups, improve key community gathering spaces to help bring Canadians back together once public measures have eased.
Theatre happens because of people, not just production schedules. Projects come together through conversations, not just contracts. At PACTcon Online 2021, let’s open up to new ways of working and explore how we can exercise care towards artists, audiences, our planet, and ourselves.
A new research-action initiative aims to discover dynamic examples of cultural innovation and to amplify these success stories. Cultural Resilience: Using Innovation to Stabilize in Times of Crisis is a multi-year project of The Creative City Network of Canada in partnership with the Cultural Human Resources Council and Les Arts et la Ville.
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.
The Alliance of Asian Canadians in the Performing Arts (AACPA) aims to connect artists from across the country, share knowledge and resources, and create more visibility of Asian Canadians within the arts sector. AACPA’s first action is to provide a safe space for fellow Asian Canadian artists to gather. Boca
ATP is looking for pitches for participation in the 2021-22 Playwrights Unit – deadline July 8
The Venue Technician is an integral part of the Yukon Arts Centre production team. The Venue Technician is an omni-tech position and will be expected to have working knowledge of audio/lighting equipment/software, live event audio mixing as well as a working knowledge of stage carpentry. The Yukon Arts Centre supports
The Yukon Arts Centre has a 428-seat theatre, art gallery and a small performance venue downtown Whitehorse along the waterfront. Photo by Mike Thomas. Summary The Box Office Co-ordinator reports to the Director of Programming and is responsible for supervising box office operations including being the lead box office representative
Western Canada Theatre (WCT) is searching for a dynamic, creative TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
Demystifying Digital Licensing A Conversation with SOCAN Thursday, June 3, 2021 10:30–11:30am PDT / 1:30–2:30pm EDT Free; registration required Join the Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance for a conversation with James Leacock, Director of Royalty Collections with SOCAN, and Kelly Barker, Producer with The Cultch. Are you a performing arts
Support Network for Indigenous Women & Women of Colour (SNIWWOC) is hosting a virtual panel discussion event: #RepresentationMatters: Racialized Women’s Representation in Media on June 3 (Thu), 6PM PDT! We are very fortunate to have three exceptional panelists Mercedes Batiz-Bennet, Cory Lee, and Yukari Peerless. Mercedes Batiz-Bennet Mercedes is a
The Mallory Gilbert Leadership Award is Presented to Lori Marchand and Protégé Cheyenne Scott PACT is pleased to present the annual Mallory Gilbert Leadership Award to long-time PACT supporter and Managing Director of the Indigenous Theatre at the National Arts Centre, Lori Marchand. The award was presented at PACT’s virtual
Since the beginning of the pandemic, anti-Asian sentiment in Canada has surged to new heights. In the last few months, hate crimes against Asians have increased drastically, with assaults against members of our communities becoming commonplace in the daily news cycle. Ant-Asian hate crimes have seen more than a