Coming Up from Theatre Ontario
|Building Your Brand as an Artist workshop|
- Taking your new play from page to stage can seem impossible. Yet new plays are produced every season. How do they do it? Join us at our Playwright’s Guide to Getting Produced workshop with David S. Craig on October 24 in Toronto.
- You’ve got the ideas, you’ve got the passion, you’ve got the drive—what you’re missing is the almighty dollar. Join us at our Crowdfunding: Essential Tips for Artists and Arts Organizations workshop with Nancy Kenny on November 2 in Toronto.
- Running away from a blank page? Learn how to get past writer’s block. Join us at our Writer’s Block webinar with Marcia Johnson in partnership with Playwrights Guild of Canada on November 3 in Toronto.
- Keep your team safe and your show running smoothly—join us at our Health and Safety for Independent and Community Theatres workshop with Janet Sellery on November 5 in Toronto.
- Learn the techniques and the language to stage human sexuality in a way that is professional, dynamic and focused on storytelling at our Intimacy for the Stage workshop with Tonia Sina in partnership with Burning Mountain on November 12 and 13 in Toronto.
- Build and maintain a solid career that industry professionals and audiences will trust in our Building Your Brand as an Artist workshop with Edward Power on November 14 in Toronto.
- Members save 50% on E-learning courses from WorkInCulture. One of the six courses available is Marketing—Find and grow your audience! How do you make the leap from "Sounds like a great show" to "Two tickets, please"? This course will take you through that process, developing and enhancing your marketing skills along the way.
Upcoming on The Bulletin Board
- The Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts is hosting a Granting 101: The Basics workshop in partnership with the Toronto Arts Council and the Ontario Arts Council on October 24.
- SPARC – the Symposium for Performing Arts in Rural Communities opens October 27 in Haliburton.
New on The Bulletin Board
- Cahoots Theatre Company invites submissions for their Ontario Arts Council Theatre Creators Reserve. Their funding priorities are artists of colour, deaf artists and artists with disabilities. The application deadline is December 1.
Check out these items, and other postings from our members.