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 Have you ever referred to “Macbeth” as “The Scottish Play”? Most people do so to avoid the fabled curse that has been blamed for accidents ranging from falls to burns to an accidental stabbing. Whether or not you believe in curses and...
In an effort to effectively transition to the Canada Council's New Funding Model, the final Music: Touring Program deadline is now October 15th, 2016 (originally December 1st).  A grace period will be provided from October to December 2016 for...
Read all about the exciting events that OP has in store coming up in November. This month's eNews has a particular focus on IAMA Toronto produced in collaboration with the International Artist Managers’ Association (IAMA), a conference for...
Whether you are a new artist or a seasoned touring artist, this session is for you. If you are looking to tour in Canada, North America, or overseas, you will learn about all aspects of touring, have a chance to audition/pitch and get feedback...
Professional development is key to helping presenters improve their audience outreach efforts, build capacity and manage change. In order to help best support those efforts, RIDEAU and CAPACOA are pleased to announce the renewal of the: Presenters...
  Canada Council for the Arts is determined to see that their work as a public funder continues to respond to the needs – and the potential – of our changing world. To that end Canada Council has redesigned their funding model in order to more...
ArtsBuild Ontario’s Asset Planner for the Arts makes managing your facility easy Does every repair in your performing arts facility feel like an unfortunate surprise? Plan ahead and be prepared with Asset Planner for the Arts! This acclaimed...
Things are revving up for the IAMA Toronto 2016 Conference in November. Our event partners, The Canadian Music Centre and Opera.ca organizing a special performance as part of the IAMA Conference taking place in Toronto, November 10-12. They will...
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is requesting proposals for the operation and possibly purchase of the Capitol Theatre in downtown Chatham.The municipality is asking that interested parties provide a written proposal before 1:30 PM (1330hrs local...
The SPARC Symposium will be participating, providing 20 workshops and 3 thought-provoking and informative plenaries, and a broad range of regional performances and entertainment – all taking place within a rural context. This year, SPARC Symposium...

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