DES MUSÉES ET GALERIES POUR VOS ÉLÈVES
Une initiative de l’AQESAP:
Une initiative de l’AQESAP:
Join us for critical conversations regarding a full return to music-making post-pandemic. Participants will take ideas and inspiration from successful models that follow public health measures, and ensure positive and safe performance environments for students.
Arts Ahead is an annual symposium coordinated by the Post-Graduate Arts Management Program at Centennial College, featuring workshops, panels, networking opportunities, and meaningful discussions between arts professionals, students, and patrons of the arts. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year we’re asking the arts and culture sector to look inwards and evaluate how to best take care of ourselves and each other. As the first ever virtual edition of Arts Ahead, we’re expanding our event to provide 2 days of engaging programming.
Regional Dialogue Sessions: CCNC offers Canada’s culture workers the opportunity to connect within their region ahead of a second year of COVID-19 sector impact.
New ideas and collaborations for Building Digital Bridges to connect older adults to arts, culture and creativity - COVID and beyond.
About this Event
Previously planned as an onsite event, the Age Friendly Network Meeting and Arts and Culture Symposium were cancelled due to the March COVID lock down. This new virtual event is a response to COVID-19 hosted by Museum London, co-sponsored by London Area Creative Age Network with special funding extensions provided by the Ontario Seniors Community Grant Program.
Our theme “CREATIVE SYNERGY” focuses on innovative partnerships, contemporary Arts practice, inspiring online solutions for virtual Visual and Media Arts classrooms, and the celebration of authentic voices & diverse perspectives. We are hosting a Panel Discussion: Culturally Relevant Conversations for K-12 Educators with Audrey Hudson from the Art Gallery of Ontario as the moderator.
There are many sessions for all divisions:
The Saskatchewan Music Conference (SMC) is going virtual!
Due to COVID-19, the SMC organizing committee has made the difficult decision to move the conference online this year. While we are disappointed that we won't be able to gather together in person, we are excited by the opportunities that will be afforded by an online format.
Regardless of the venue, SMC will remain the ultimate creative venue for developing musicians and furthering professional development opportunities for music professionals, volunteers, students and educators in the province!
Welcome to the 2020 Tempo: Manitoba Music Conference. We are so excited to be able to offer you this professional development opportunity!
This year’s conference will be entirely online. Registration will include replay sessions for one month, ending Monday, November 23, 2020 and is being offered at a special rate of $25 for the 2020 Tempo: Manitoba Music Conference! Online registration will close on October 23, 2020 at 4:00pm.
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