Monthly Archives: July 2011

Crawling around in Factory Theatre’s nether regions

Anthony Marshall, who is in the thick of doing energy audits for Creative Trust’s Toronto’s Green Theatres program, had us hanging on the edge of our seats as he told us  about his recent visit backstage (and back-backstage) at Factory Theatre. I think I am not exaggerating in saying that Anthony will never again think that […]

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Philanthropists and diversity

As we prepare for Donna Walker Kuhne’s upcoming sessions on Diversifying Audiences (September 20-21) the latest issue of The Philanthropist, featuring a collection of articles on diaspora, might be thought-provoking and useful reading. Focusing on issues and themes of special interest to charitable donors, The Philanthropist can be equally valuable for nonprofit managers and fundraisers. […]

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Crawling around in Factory Theatre’s nether regions

Anthony Marshall, who is in the thick of doing energy audits for Creative Trust’s Toronto’s Green Theatres program, had us on the edge of our seats as he told us  about his recent visit backstage (and back-backstage) at Factory Theatre. I think we are not exaggerating in saying that Anthony will never again think working […]

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Unpacking while Fringing

We’re still unpacking boxes here at our new digs at 720 Bathurst Street, but one of the first delights of our new office is that we’re right in the midst of Fringe Central. The building is bustling with festival staff and volunteers, and the Fringe tent and box office is literally steps away. It’s often […]

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Dance/USA and WolfBrown Release National Study of Dance Audiences

I might be a nerd (okay a shelf full of Buffy the Vampire Slayer seasons on DVD and a Yeoman Rand Star Trek shirt in my closet might guarantee that I AM a nerd) but I’ve always found summer to be the best time to catch up on my reading and planning for the next […]

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Diversifying audiences

Creative Trust’s Audiences Project continues in September with Donna Walker Kuhne, author of Invitation to the Party: Building Bridges to the Arts, Culture and Community sharing her unparalleled experience and expertise with Toronto’s arts community. Save September 20 and 21st for a keynote and workshops and look for further details and announcements over the summer. […]

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