Monthly Archives: January 2012

Social Media Week 2012

By Sue Edworthy Social Media Week (#SMWTO) starts in two weeks and it makes a lot of sense for the arts community to attend. I’m on the Advisory Board this year, and it’s given me some time to look over the schedule to see what I want to attend, and what I’d recommend. (As a […]

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Why the PAEO can’t sit on the shelf

by Jini Stolk When Creative Trust and PAONE (the Professional Arts Organizations Network for Education) began working on the Performing Arts Education Overview , we knew that this study of education activities by Toronto-area performing arts companies had to be a first step: the start of an ongoing process of analysis, collaboration and advocacy aimed […]

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ROM cuts tickets prices, attracts audiences

I went to the ROM a few weekends ago for the first time in several years. Like many others standing in line, I was enticed by CEO Janet Carding’s recent announcement that admission prices were being lowered by up to 37%. ROM drops prices! The press coverage was extensive, and the afternoon crowds seemed to […]

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The 12 Rules of Time

In order to save you from making the mistakes I have made, I offer an article I wish I followed more diligently. I found this piece many years ago, cut it out, and have it prominently displayed over my desk. Strange that I can still sometimes ignore its wise advice. (See especially Rule #5 Control […]

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Community Engagemnent Lunch and Learn

Creative Trust Invites you to a Lunch and Learn on Social Media and Community Engagement : Experiences with the Smithsonian Folklife Festival with Ariel Fielding, Performing Arts Producer and Metcalf Fellow January 26, 2012 3 – 5 pm @Centre for Social Innovation (Annex) 720 Bathurst Street Meeting Room 4, Third Floor Toronto performing arts producer […]

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