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DIY Social Media for Small Arts Organizations

Commonsense social media for small arts organizations from Linda Rogers

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(Presentation) Arts Presentation Contracts

Arts presentation contracts from Linda Rogers Bread and Roses Life, L. Rogers

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“I’m Not the Indian you are thinking about” at Harbourfront

Michael Crabb reports today in the Toronto Star on “I’m Not the Indian you are thinking about” from Red Sky. Since I first worked with Sandra and Carlos at Red Sky in 2003 on [...]

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Note to Factory Theatre Board: Please reinstate Ken Gass and stop the foolishness

UPDATED: After a prolonged and unsettling out-pouring of outrage, Ken made an announcement that he believed the theatre needed to move on under new leadership. I only came across this news [...]

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Happy Birthday, Dorothy Day

“Food for the body is not enough. There must be food for the soul.” Bread and Roses Life, L. Rogers

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Difference Engine Initiative presents results!

Monday October 3rd, 7pmBallroom of the Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen Street W.)Free The first round of the Difference Engine Initiative, a six week gamemaking incubator for women, is nearly over [...]

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Contact Contemporary Music Sept. 18

Mary-Katherine Finch, violoncello Wallace Halladay, saxophone Sunday, 18 September 2011 8pm Gallery 345 345 Sorauren Avenue www.gallery345.com www.contactcontemporarymusic.ca With Ryan Scott, [...]

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Beside Myself @ Artscape Wychwood Barns Sept 6-11

Artscape Wychwood Barns 601 Christie Street, Toronto, ON (Christie just below St. Clair) Meet in Barn 2 Covered Street Toronto, ON New collective, Tones of Voice in association with the Goethe [...]

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Young Artists: Leadership Training in Mural-making

Youth Artists are invited to apply forOff the Wall: Leadership Training in Mural Making – 2011 CERTIFICATE PROGRAM A free training program for leadership development in mural art production and [...]

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Explaining an Arts Non-Profit

This video would be funny if it weren’t so sadly true. I have had this conversation so many times, not only with audience members but regrettably with too many arts board members. Bread and [...]

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