Volunteer Presenting

The role of the presenter is to communicate with the audience and control the presentation. Remember, though, that this may also include handing over the control to your audience, especially if you want some kind of interaction.

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...
In January 2019, Matthew Eldridge, Clinic Coordinator at the Al & Malka Green Artists' Health Centre, led a webinar on Self-care for Presenters. Unfortunately our usual recording of our webinars d...
In keeping with our Guiding Principles for Presenting Indigenous Work, we believe that it is essential to continually expand our knowledge and perspective. To that end we would like to share this prel...
Raising the Curtain is a concise guide - found in the attached PDF - that was created by Cheryl Ewing (Brava! Special Events and Arts Management) for Prologue to the Performing Arts. It has every...
This document offers a thorough and informative overview of terminology and key concepts that may be encountered around Indigenous dance. It was prepared by the Dancers of Damelahamid for the 2018 Coa...
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...
View the recorded webinar (Note: You will be asked to sign in or register, at no cost) Download the presentation   About the Webinar: Volunteers are vital to many arts organizations, b...
Through their Creative Champions Network, the Toronto Arts Foundation has gathered numerous useful resources for and about arts boards. The resources are designed to get you thinking about your board...
View the recorded webinar (Note: You will be asked to sign in or register, at no cost) Download the presentation About the Webinar: Presenters, and indeed many arts organizations, are increa...

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