At Ontario Culture Days, we believe culture is the collective thread that connects and binds together. Culture is the heart of vibrant, livable communities. Culture is the key to a strong economy and an enriched quality of life. And if culture is to thrive, it must be nurtured and shared for all.
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View this as an investment of an hour or two for yourself or your organization. Ontario Culture Days is a best practices organization with time-tested experience, insights, tips, and resources to share. While the focus is on the Culture Days weekend, all of the information shared is transferable knowledge that will reap benefits as you move forward. Everyone welcome!
- Russ Disotell, Brockville
The following featured measures of success are based on our own internal analysis and survey data collected by the research firm, Strategic Counsel. This section is a work-in-progress, so come back again soon for new updates!
2016 YAAP Artist Rihkee Strapp continues their great work in skill sharing and development with the return of Make A Living Making Art with a special online webinar: "Finding Funding 101" that will support artists and community members on how to attract clients, and obtain funding outside of the Algoma District. March 30th, from 7pm - 8pm. Webinar and event link: goo.gl/blaVHa Supported by Social Entrepreneurship Evolution de l'entrepreneuriat social's Youth Changemakers Social Entrepreneurship Event Grant.
Culture Days is . . . performing at the Open Mic Acoustic Blend Cafe at the Milton Centre for the Arts (MCA).
JOB OPPS l Great opportunities from our colleagues at Culture Days | Fête de la culture! They are hiring 2 contract positions - Bilingual Communications Manager and Digital Projects Coordinator. Details: http://bit.ly/2m0EGOW
Join AOE Arts Council | Conseil des arts AOE for two days of discussions and hands-on workshops in community engaged arts practice Mar 31 & Apr 1. Early bird registration is open until Friday.
Encouraging meaningful interaction between guests to cultural institutions and your front line staff and volunteers is one of the most effective tools to increase visitor satisfaction! Check out this data from the national Awareness, Attitudes and Useage Study: http://bit.ly/2lze04g