Professional Presenting

Community engagement consultant Annalee Adair and Alyson Martin as they walk us through the process of executing a successful community engagement project. Annalee and Alyson reflect on the steps, cha...
As presenters, you probably already have an audience base that is interested in what you do and takes note of your mailings and advertisements. But there are others in your community who may not yet b...
The Vitality and Impact of Arts Presenting report is the outcome of a pan-Canadian survey of performing arts presenters and festivals led by a consortium presenting networks and associations, and...
A Guide for Presenters Funding for the arts in Ontario comes primarily from all three levels of government, as well as some private foundations. Many organizations are also financially supported by c...
A contract is an essential step in the process of engaging an artist - not only to confirm when and where the show will happen, but also to make sure there are no surprises when it comes to the detail...
Arts Service Organizations (ASOs) support the arts through advocacy, professional development, resources, financial support and/or networking. Many ASOs are member-based networks that allow like-minde...
Ontario Presents and its member presenting organizations recognize the importance of presenting Indigenous artists, stories and culture as part of their presenting practice.   In our c...
A quick and handy tip sheet on grantwriting! For more information: See Cheryl Ewing’s presentation for more info on Grantwriting 101   See our Guide to Arts Funders in Ontario See the Onta...
Diversity and inclusion are not just buzzwords. They are vitally important aspects of everyday living. Inclusive practices are critical to the overall success of an organization, and everyone involved...
The Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network (Réseau pour la stratégie urbaine de la communauté autochtone à Montréal) has just released a wonderful resource, the Indigenous Ally...

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