As indicated in our Statement of Purpose, we believe that relationships are vital to our work. These relationships extend beyond our network to our colleagues in the field.
We are honoured to work with partner organizations and individuals to continually strengthen and develop the touring and presenting sector.
Below are just a few of our recent partnerships. We are always open to productive, collaborative relationships and look forward to further partnerships in the future.
- Annual partnership with ArtsBuild Ontario to co-host the Facility Managers Meeting
- Ongoing partnership with the Atlantic Presenters Association to co-host professional development webinars for presenters
- Partnership with La danse sur la routes du Quebec to offer the Professional Development for Artists from Indigenous and Racialized Communities program
- Ongoing collaborations with the Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance to identify opportunities for OP presenters to engage Indigenous artists
- Collaboration with The Theatre Centre to offer relationship-building artist/presenter dinners
- Ongoing collaborations with CAPACOA (e.g. supporting the development of CAPACOA’s Vitality and Impact of Arts Presenting Survey, working together on a webinar on audience demographics)
- Participation in larger networks such as the Performing Arts Alliance, CanDance Network, and Canadian Arts Coalition to strengthen the performing arts sector, support dance presentation, and build federal investment to support arts presentation across Canada
- Ongoing dialogue with Supporting Performing Arts in Rural and Remote Communities (SPARC) to strengthen performing arts in rural and remote communities
- Ongoing work with Cultural Pluralism for the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) to support equity and pluralism in the performing arts sector