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Presenting Q: Why Presenting Matters Short Stories and Conversations with Performing Arts Leaders  This month we had a pleasure to interview our member, Sam Varteniuk.  Sam is General Manager of The Registry Theatre, and Artistic...
Social media is a great way to promote your performances, but it’s also so much more. It provides a way to reach new audiences, engage your community around the performing arts, and build your network. On May 15th almost fifty arts presenters...
Whether it’s fancy and dynamic or nice and simple, your website is the core of all your online activities. Your website provides legitimacy, shares important information with your audience, and links all of the aspects of your online presence...
With the creation of its new name, Ontario Presents extends an invitation to touring agents, managers, artists and performing arts presenters to co-create a strengthened and vibrant touring and arts presenting sector in the province. Formerly, know...
Last month, Ontario Presents (formerly CCI), in partnership with the City of Kingston, undertook a brief research project to determine the state of summer programming in performing arts venues across the province. Twenty three Ontario presenters...
You’re busy, and your time is precious - so is it really worth it to maintain a website or tweet on a regular basis? And how do you know where to get started, or where to focus your energy? On March 20th we were thrilled to host our first two...
Presenting Q: Why Presenting Matters Short Stories and Conversations with Performing Arts Leaders  This month we had a pleasure to interview our Past President and a long-time member of the Canadian presenting community, Ken Coulter. In...
According to our delegates, it is always worthwhile!  In order to understand the value that Ontario Contact provides to our conference participants in their planning, programming, or business, we recently conducted an Ontario Contact survey....
There are many reasons why organizations need to be thinking about succession planning. The most important reason is that we rely on the board of directors or governing committee to carry out our missions and meet the organization's goals. To have...
Presenting Q: Short Stories and Conversations with Ontario’s performing arts leaders  Tell us your story why touring and presenting matter This month we asked our long-time member and 2013 recipient of Ontario...

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