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Ontario Presents and its member presenting organizations recognize the importance of presenting Indigenous artists, stories and culture as part of its presenting practice. Historical experiences and c...
What is a relaxed, sensory-friendly, or autism-friendly performance? According to the Kennedy Center, "Sensory-friendly performances are designed to create a performing arts experience that is welcom...
Arts organizations have access to great stories from their staff, venues, and artists. In this webinar, we will share a few ways to build a content calendar that will help multiple users "create once...
Facebook is still one of the best ways to reach an active arts consumer, with the average age of a Facebook user continuing to rise. In the webinar, we will cover: Who is on Facebook How to set up...
Competition for audience as well as funding is increasing. How do you make the case for your event? What tells a compelling story and how do you communicate your message? A benefit to this approach is...
This webinar will continue from Budgeting and cover the following topics: How to set up a spreadsheet to illustrate what we are doing when we keep track. How to decide what format to choose – we w...
This is a two part introductory session for small organizations who have not done strategic planning; do not have the resources to have an experienced planner facilitate planning; or, are ei...
In this session the following will be discussed: Review of 1st session including: what is sponsorship?, how different from donations? and what are potential sponsors seeking? Taking benefits...
Music festivals have a bad rap for leaving a huge pile of garbage after all of the musicians and dancers are gone, unfortunately, most of time it’s true. That being said, there is a mighty group of fe...
Online content can quickly become stale. To stay current, nonprofits and arts organizations have to come up with creative ways to share and produce content – and lots of it – to cut through the noise....

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