News Archives

Registration is now open for Ontario Contact 2017!  Read the first #OnCon2017 eNews of the season here with a special message from the Mayor of Petrolia, Ontario HERE REGISTER Receive Ontario Contact news by joining...
I am pleased to share the Ontario Presents Annual Report, which focuses on the accomplishments of OP members from the past year. In this report, you will witness a full scope of OP initiatives which are a direct result of Ontario Presents members...
The June 2017 eNews is IN!  http://mailchi.mp/ontariopresents/enews-may-1027533Sign up to receive our eNews: http://eepurl.com/bcvUnX Take a look inside for updates on:  Ontario Contact 2017 New membership rates ...
Mila Ovchinnikova, OP's Member Services and Communications Manager, who served as a Webinar Series Program lead during this past year, will be moving to France with her family. There, Mila will continue to run her small but successful artist...
Aurora Cultural Centre announces Suzanne Haines as their new Executive Director.  "On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Aurora Cultural Centre, I am very pleased to welcome Suzanne to the Centre as our Executive Director. She arrives...
29th Members' Annual General Meeting Tuesday June 27th at 4 pm Robertson Theatre, FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre (St. Catharines, Ontario)  The 29th annual, general meeting of the members of Ontario Presents (OP) will be held on...
Below is an important message from Simon Brault, CEO of Canada Council for the Arts Dear members of the arts community, I am pleased to confirm that we expect our portal to be ready to accept your grant applications by end of day Monday, June...
This month's eNews is full of stories and new opportunities for stakeholders in the touring and presenting sector including: Free, online professional development opportunities from ArtsBuild Ontario & CAPACOA Industry News on the release of...
Last month, we were happy to report that the federal budget had invested an extra $30 million per year in the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund. This month, there is a FREE webinar on: Understanding Canada's Cultural Spaces Fund. This...
The Registry Theatre has been a cultural hub for the Kitchener-Waterloo Region since 2001. The Registry's roots as a cultural space began when JM Drama, a local community theatre group, were in search of a space where they could...

Pages