Monthly Archives: September 2011

We’re back! Let the season begin.

After some necessary relaxation time this summer, and a break from blogging (did you miss us?), we’re gearing up for the new season. This fall and early winter brings Donna Walker Kuhne September 27th and 28th, the release of our Performing Arts Education Overview and the beginning of a series of arts education workshops and […]

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A better approach to job descriptions

I think we all come to eventually realize that responsibilities within small arts organizations are more fluid than fixed: individual talents, seasonal demands and “all hands on deck” trump the most thoughtfully developed job descriptions. Andrew Taylor, one of my favorite arts bloggers (The Artful Manager) has proposed an exciting new way to think about […]

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Last of the summer fun…finishing up those marketing plans

Before you tie a bow on your 2011-12 marketing plans, you might want to take a look at blogger Adam Thurman’s (Mission Paradox Blog) 4-part series on marketing plans from July. His good advice is to create a written plan that includes: integrating long term strategic objectives into the plan and sharing them with everyone […]

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Good news from the Trillium Foundation

Returning from holidays was made all the sweeter by good news from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. We’re delighted to announce that a generous grant from Trillium’s Province Wide program will allow Creative Trust to continue our work on important projects like Toronto’s Green Theatres, Performing Arts Access, and Diversifying Audiences; and document and share our capacity, […]

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