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Performing arts presenting generates a wide range of benefits for Canadians, the communities they live in and society at large, according to a report prepared by Strategic Moves and released today by the Canadian Arts Presenting Association (CAPACOA...
CCI has contributed to the development of ArtsBuild's programs through our role on the ArtsBuild Advisory Committee. We are excited about ArtsBuild's new program offerings - sign up today! Online Learning for Arts Organizations with lynda.com -...
CCI members have the opportunity to become a Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) member for free (as an affiliate member) and to get the following benefits: 25% discount on CHRC products, new releases and job postings on Cultureworks.ca...
This year Members Retreat is hosted by Glenn Brown, General Manager, Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts and will take place June 5 - 7, 2013, in Brantford, ON.  The main theme for this year’s retreat is Community-Engaged Presenting. Read...
As a member of CCI we are able to offer you this great program, Online Learning for Arts Organizations, through ArtsBuild Ontario.   CCI has contributed to the development of this program through our role on the ArtsBuild Advisory...
Professional development is an important factor that can help presenters build relationships with their communities. RIDEAU and CAPACOA have joined forces to deliver a pilot funding program: The Presenters Capacity Building Program (PCBP) for...
ArtsBuild Ontario is the only organization in our province dedicated to realizing long-term solutions to building, managing and financing the sustainable facilities you need - like theatres, galleries, concert halls and museums. With support from...
Brenda Heatherington, the first executive director of the Burlington Performing Arts Centre, announced today she will leave in June to spend more time with her family. "I was brought in three years ago to open this incredible venue,” Heatherington...
CCI E-news | March 2013
  On behalf of the Ontario Arts Council, we are excited to announce the Theatre Audience Development (ONTAD) pilot program. The ONTAD project is a two year initiative that seeks to have more theatre performances in Ontario communities and...

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