Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Browsing The Bulletin Board

Coming Up from Theatre Ontario
Check out all of our upcoming courses and workshops

Upcoming on The Bulletin Board
  • Deadline to apply for Canadian Stage’s Awakening the Connections workshop with Melinda Little is May 30
  • Deadline for nominations for Business for the Arts’ Canadian Arts and Business Awards for Corporate Champions, Cultural Champions (corporate and arts leadership), and Community Impact, is May 30
  • Canadian Arts Marketing, Development and Ticketing Conference starts May 30
  • Shaw Festival Theatre Make-up workshop for teens is May 31
  • Deadline to apply for Canada Council Theatre Grants—Visiting Foreign Artists Program is June 2
  • Deadline to apply for Ontario Arts Council Chalmers Professional Development is June 2
  • Upcoming Spring Voice Workshops with Meredith Scott are Voice Workout (June 2) and Accent and Dialogue Workshop (June 4)
New on The Bulletin Board
  • Shadowland Theatre is holding two workshops on puppet, mask-building, stilt-walking, and parade techniques, June 13 to 15 and June 28 to 30 in Kingston
  • Ottawa Little Theatre is holding a Props Building and Design Workshop with Michael Caluori, Head Props Master at the National Arts Centre, on June 14
  • Native Earth Performing Arts invites applications from Indigenous artists for Weesageechak Begins to Dance 27; deadline is June 30
  • The Ottawa Fringe Festival invites applications for undercurrents: theatre below the mainstream from Ottawa-based and national companies of original, innovative works; deadline is August 1
Check out these items, and other postings from our members of funding opportunities, workshops, calls for submission, awards, and more—on Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board on our website

Theatre Ontario individual members can also access auditions, job postings, and volunteer opportunities on our Theatre Ontario Individual Member Resources on our website

Browse summer training opportunities for youth from our members

Also, you are invited to an information session for professional artists regarding a new mentorship opportunity,  hosted by the Canadian Senior Artist Resource Network (CSARN) and supported by Theatre Ontario.  The mentorship program brings together established artists with emerging artists working in a range of disciplines.  Mentors and mentees who are matched through the program benefit mutually from a rich exchange of ideas, practical knowledge, and experience.  Under the program, each mentor will be paid for their time and mentees will be covered for expenses. For more information, please visit  At the information session as a young professional artist, you will be provided with information on being a mentee – benefiting from the knowledge and wisdom of a senior in the industry.  If you are a senior living in Toronto, you can also benefit from the program – sharing what you know as a mentor.  A large portion of the event is dedicated to your questions, comments and concerns.  Join us on June 5th between 6:00 and 8:00 PM for this important gathering. Located on the Esplanade at 110 the Performing Arts Lodge in Toronto, you can RSVP to Refreshments will be provided. 

No comments:

Post a Comment