As an advisory committee member, CCI has negotiated a special pricing for you to attend

Staging Sustainability 2014 People. Planet. Profit. Performance. to learn how you can benefit from making the performing arts more sustainable.

WHEN: February 3-4, 2014, with pre- and post-conference activities on February 2 & 5.

WHERE: Toronto, Ontario

FOR WHOM: artistic, organizational and technical leaders, artists, arts facilities managers, technical directors, stage designers and programmers.

Staging Sustainability will be the largest gathering of performing arts and sustainability leaders in the world, bringing together practitioners from across Canada, Broadway, LA, the UK – and points in between.

Developed by peers with your needs and interests in mind, Staging Sustainability will be an unparalleled opportunity to network with peers, learn about the latest money-saving practices and initiatives for arts facilities, reinventing how we make and tech shows, the changing roles of designers and programmers, creating a sustainable audience experience, and integrating innovation into often aging systems. Pro bono consulting opportunities for registered delegates.


  • Special registration rate for CCI members: Early Bird $250 / Regular $350 CAD
  • Daily Delegate Rate (fee/day) $125 / $150 CAD
  • Artists / Small Organizations can apply for a special bursary for  $100 registration or a FREE registration!

Register today – Early Bird rates available until January 17, 2014


For those that require accommodation during STAGING SUSTAINABILITY 2014, there is a Group Block rate of $129/night available at the Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor - Yorkville.

For more information download the conference flyer or visit the event page.

Staging Sustainability 2014 is presented by ArtsBuild Ontario and the Centre for Sustainable Staging at York University, in partnership with Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts (TAPA), Professional Association of Canadian Theatres (PACT), The Theatre CentreCanadian Institute of Theatre TechnologyCape Farewell Foundation, and Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts.