Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Browsing The Bulletin Board

Many individual artists may not have a web presence at all.  Many organizations have a presence, but struggle with online engagement.  Theatre Ontario is pleased to announce two new workshops to help you with these challenges.

Are you an actor?  Set designer?  Production manager?  Technician?  If you work in theatre, and you don't already have one, you've probably asked yourself "Do I really need a website?"  Paul Snepsts will help you answer this question.

What are the pitfalls and opportunities that organizations encounter when they integrate with the internet?  Since 2006, has been a key hub for live performance and online engagement in Canada.  Join us for this workshop with Praxis Theatre Artistic Director Michael Wheeler and explore various ways existing and new technologies can be adapted.

Our grant writing workshops with the Ontario Arts Council and Toronto Arts Council for organizations and collectives and individuals are now full, but we are keeping a waiting list in case spaces become available.

Upcoming on The Bulletin Board
  • Deadline for the submissions for the 34th Rhubarb Festival at Buddies In Bad Times in Toronto is Friday, September 7
New on The Bulletin Board
  • Signs of fall: Leaves starting to turn, children back in school, theatres sending out their calls for applications for their OAC Theatre Creators Reserve programs.  The Toronto Fringe Festival is the first out of the gate (perhaps inspired by their own frantic poster sprint); their application deadline is October 3.
Check out all the latest postings of workshops, calls for submission, opportunities for recognition on Theatre Ontario’s Bulletin Board (including information on how to submit) on our website

1 comment:

  1. UPDATE: We've had to postpone both "Bah - I Don't Need A Website! Right?: Anatomy of a Successful Web Presence" and "Live Performance and Online Engagement" - we'll be announcing new dates for these vital workshops soon.