WEBINARS

ArtsBuild Ontario is committed to access and inclusion. We use Adobe Connect to offer our webinars. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation to participate in our webinars, please call 519-880-3670 ext. 102 or email amy@artsbuildontario.ca in advance of your participation.

LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT WEBINAR SERIES

About the LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT Webinar Series

In this webinar series, we will be sharing examples and strategies on the topics of Alternative Financing for Capital Projects and Engaging Community in Capital Projects with presenting partners from the Community Forward Fund and Cobalt Connects! Both sessions will include examples of projects within the arts sector. The contents of these webinars echos the LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT Workshops that ArtsBuild Ontario has offered in the past – with two more workshops coming to Guelph & Cambridge in 2020!

All webinars are intended for non-profit arts, culture, heritage, faith and community organizations with a current or upcoming creative space project.

Webinar 1: Engaging Community in Capital Projects Part 1:
Preparing Yourself for Outreach

Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Time: 12:00 p.m. EST
Cost: $25.00
Presenter: Jeremy Freiburger, Chief Connector and Cultural Strategist of Cobalt Connects

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Engaging your community is an essential act for organizations of all sizes, but it’s important that you prepare internally before making the leap. As part of ArtsBuild Ontario’s LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT series, Jeremy Freiburger of Cobalt Connects will share a series of tools aimed at helping you prepare for engagement. Topics discussed will include: setting principles, honest impact, and measuring the success of outreach activities.

Webinar 2: Alternative Financing for Capital Projects Part 1:
Thinking About Your Options & How They Fit Together

Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Time: 12:00 p.m. EST
Cost: $25.00
Presenter: Julia Vlad, Vice President of Lending, Community Forward Fund

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There are several different factors to consider when securing funds to support your creative capital project! For many organizations, exploring alternative funding methods is integral to the success of a capital project. In this webinar, as part of ArtsBuild Ontario’s LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT webinar series, presenter Julia Vlad of the Community Forward Fund will introduce different approaches of alternative financing to consider, such as new donor sources, bonds, equity investment and more for capital projects. This webinar will provide you with the knowledge tools you will need when considering all options to fund your project.

Webinar 3: Engaging Community in Capital Projects Part 2:
Going Public

Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Time: 12:00 p.m. EST
Cost: $25.00
Presenter: Jeremy Freiburger, Chief Connector and Cultural Strategist of Cobalt Connects

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Approaching the public is an important moment and you want to ensure your method matches you, your audience and the desired outcome of your efforts. Building on information presented in previous LEARN IT | BUILD IT | MANAGE IT workshops and webinars on community engagement, Jeremy Freiburger of Cobalt Connects will discuss creative ways to reach the public, gather and measure data, and the communication tools that make going public effective in this webinar.

Webinar 4: Alternative Financing for Capital Projects Part 2:
Overcoming Fear of Loans to Support Capital Projects

Date: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Time: 12:00 p.m. EST
Cost: $25.00
Presenter: Julia Vlad, Vice President of Lending, Community Forward Fund

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When financing your project, it is important to consider the value of loans to arts-based projects.  Presenter Julia Vlad of the Community Forward Fund will provide an in-depth look at what lenders are looking for when it comes to financing capital projects. This presentation will also cover how loans can be leveraged alongside other funding sources and incorporated into your organization’s business plan. Julia will use two examples from arts organizations who have successfully applied for and used loans to finance part of their capital projects.

About our Presenter Jeremy Freiburger

Jeremy Freiburger is the Chief Connector and Cultural Strategist of Cobalt Connect. Jeremy has been a leader in Hamilton’s creative community for over 15 years. His experience ranges from producing award-winning theatre and ballet with the RBC Festival of Classics and Canadian Ballet Youth Ensemble, to developing more than 200,000 square feet of studio facilities, to writing policy and plans for municipalities focused on creative sector development.

Focusing primarily on regional and municipal partnership development, and organizational development, Jeremy is the founder of Cobalt Connects. Jeremy has spoken at dozens conferences on the subject of creative community economic development, and has sat on many boards and committees including the Our Cultural Community Committee (Chair, City of Hamilton Cultural Plan), Supercrawl, CANVAS and the Bay Area Restoration Council.

About Cobalt Connects

Cobalt Connects is a non-profit arts service organization designated by the Ontario Arts Council. Cobalt Connects was initially created to address the need for affordable artist studios and cultural spaces, but has grown over the past fifteen years into a dynamic organization with expertise in cultural programming, research, and implementation.

Dividing its activities into four core areas (Space, Exchange, Consulting and Public Art), Cobalt Connects is actively playing a role in developing cultural capacity in Hamilton, Burlington, Brantford, Barrie and dozens of other municipalities each year.  Our on-the-ground experience in arts programming and implementation combined with our extensive research and policy development with municipalities makes us a unique partner for a wide variety of projects.

About our Presenter Julia Vlad

Julia Vlad Julia leads the investment and portfolio management for the Community Forward Fund and the Canadian Co-operative Investment Fund. She has over ten years of experience in banking, finance and the non-profit sector. Her experience includes investing and portfolio management at the World Bank’s private sector arm, IFC, in Panama, Senegal and USA; advising social entrepreneurs at an accelerator in Nicaragua and financial analysis and forecasting at Scotiabank. She holds an MBA from HEC Paris, a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto and is a CFA charter holder.

About the Community Forward Fund

The Community Forward Fund (CFF) is an $11 million fund that provides loans to organizations that are committed to making a difference in their communities. We provide loans tailored to the needs of non-profits, Charities and social-enterprises – flexible financing that supports the delivery of their mission and growth of enterprises. We also build financial capacity through financial reviews and coaching services. To date, CFF has advanced $18 million in loans to over 45 organizations across 8 sectors and 7 provinces and territories.

CREATIVE SPACES TRAINING SERIES

About the Training Series

This training series is designed to support arts managers in building the core skills necessary to support capital projects and ongoing operations in creative spaces. Delivered by topic experts working in the sector, each module focusses on a topic areas identified as the most integral to capital projects by ABO’s network of 2,500+ arts organizations. Arts managers will have the opportunity to engage with presenters during the sessions.

The Training Series includes four modules:

  1. Nov. 14 at 1pm – 2:30 pm: Strategic Planning and Partnerships
  2. Nov. 21 at 1pm – 2:30 pm: Financial Management and Capital Projects
  3. Dec. 5 at 1pm – 2:30 pm: Capital Campaigns and Community Engagement
  4. Jan. 23 at 1pm – 2:30pm : Operational Planning Before, During and After a Capital Project

Arts managers will have the opportunity to engage with presenters during the sessions. Participants will be provided with module materials, link to the recording and resources following the webinar.

These modules are designed for arts managers working within creative spaces under a variety of operating models and communities. If you have any questions about the series or would like more information, please contact Amy Poole, Program Manager, at amy@artsbuildontario.ca.

Module #1: Strategic Planning and Partnerships

Module #1: Strategic Planning and Partnerships

Presenter: Devin Glowinski, Co-Founder, Kilogram Studios
Thursday, November 14, 2019 | 1pm – 2:30pm
Cost: $25

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Participants will be introduced to concepts that support individual core competencies and their organization’s efforts in planning for capital projects at their facilities. Frameworks for partnership development in local communities will also be explored.

Topics covered during the module will be:
• Reflection: identifying your organization’s key mandate
• Program goals and priorities of your facilities and determining what elements are missing
• Foundations for strategic planning, ideas, concepts and vision for your desired end state
• Establishing community partnerships to achieve collective impact
• Determining what is feasible through early iterations and schematic design
• Evaluating potential outcomes
• Developing a core project team and consultants

About our Presenter Devin Glowinski

Devin Glowinski is a Toronto-based urban planner and co-founder of Kilogram Studio, a licensed architectural practice. He maintains his professional currency through teaching interdisciplinary courses at Ryerson University to both undergraduate learners and adult learners through the Chang School of Continuing Education.He is a subject matter expert at Ryerson University and is currently redeveloping the course, Community Collaborations. This course brings together students from a range of disciplines and tackles big urban issues through field work and case study development. He excels at client engagement and working directly with end users in order to develop person-focused programs. He lectures on community collaborative initiatives, stakeholder engagement, strategic planning and community health. In 2012 he completed a community research project at the Laboratory of Contemporary Urban Design, Tel Aviv University. He looks forward to meeting and engaging with Arts Build Ontario members and partners.

Module #2: Financial Management and Capital Projects

Module #2: Financial Management and Capital Projects

Presenter: Brian Arnott, Principal, Novita Interpares
Thursday, November 21,  2019 | 1pm – 2:30pm
Cost: $25

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This module will introduce you to the six stages of capital project management beginning with the roles to be played by your Board throughout the process, to critical importance of early planning and cost control to working with your professional design team and specialists. You will learn what decisions your organization will need to make as Owner of the capital project at each stage.

Brian Arnott is the founding partner of Novita Interpares, Canada’s oldest cultural consultancy, and he has led all the company’s cultural projects – now numbering more than 1,000 of the company’s total of 1,400 completed projects.

Originally trained as a theatre designer, Brian has worked in professional theatre in Canada and the US as a production manager and company manager. He worked as an assistant designer for the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company in London. He has designed costumes, scenery and lighting for more than 40 stage productions. He was the drama critic for That’s Showbusiness for four years and Maclean’s Magazine for one year.

Brian Arnott is widely recognized as a leading expert in North America on the design of theatres and facilities for live performance and is a member of the American Society of Theatre Consultants (ASTC.) In this capacity, he has been a visiting lecturer and guest critic at many schools of architecture.

As Head of Design for Novita’s technical company, Brian has designed more than 100 theatres and live performance facilities in Canada, the US and abroad. He is currently working on a small recital hall in Los Angeles. Brian has also curated and designed exhibitions for the National Gallery of Canada, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Canadian Museum of Civilization and he has produced documentaries for the CBC and the National Film Board.

Brian is a Founder and past National President of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP) and has published monographs on several aspects of Canadian industrial history. As a volunteer in the cultural sector, Brian has been a member of the Board of Directors of Comus Music Theatre, The Pleiades Theatre, Factory Theatre (Chair) and six years as Chair of the Advisory Board for the Theatre Program at Humber College. Brian is currently Chair of the Advisory Committee for the Heritage Carpentry Program of the Nova Scotia Community College.

Module #3: Capital Campaigns and Community Engagement

Module #3: Capital Campaigns and Community Engagement

Presenter: Brian Arnott, Principal, Novita Interpares
Thursday, December 5th, 2019 | 1pm – 2:30pm
Cost: $25

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This module will introduce you to the process of raising the money to finance your capital project.  Beginning with your case for support, you will learn how to develop a fundraising plan and the requirements for leadership and management for your campaign. You will also learn about the two parts of your campaign – the quiet campaign and the public campaign and donor recognition.

About our Presenter Brian Arnott

Brian Arnott is the founding partner of Novita Interpares, Canada’s oldest cultural consultancy, and he has led all the company’s cultural projects – now numbering more than 1,000 of the company’s total of 1,400 completed projects.

Originally trained as a theatre designer, Brian has worked in professional theatre in Canada and the US as a production manager and company manager. He worked as an assistant designer for the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company in London. He has designed costumes, scenery and lighting for more than 40 stage productions. He was the drama critic for That’s Showbusiness for four years and Maclean’s Magazine for one year.

Brian Arnott is widely recognized as a leading expert in North America on the design of theatres and facilities for live performance and is a member of the American Society of Theatre Consultants (ASTC.) In this capacity, he has been a visiting lecturer and guest critic at many schools of architecture.

As Head of Design for Novita’s technical company, Brian has designed more than 100 theatres and live performance facilities in Canada, the US and abroad. He is currently working on a small recital hall in Los Angeles. Brian has also curated and designed exhibitions for the National Gallery of Canada, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Canadian Museum of Civilization and he has produced documentaries for the CBC and the National Film Board.

Brian is a Founder and past National President of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP) and has published monographs on several aspects of Canadian industrial history. As a volunteer in the cultural sector, Brian has been a member of the Board of Directors of Comus Music Theatre, The Pleiades Theatre, Factory Theatre (Chair) and six years as Chair of the Advisory Board for the Theatre Program at Humber College. Brian is currently Chair of the Advisory Committee for the Heritage Carpentry Program of the Nova Scotia Community College.

Module #4: Operational Planning Before, During and After your Project

Presenters: Lauren Gould, Chief Operating Officer, Gardiner Museum and Jeanne LeSage, LeSage Arts Management
January 23, 2020 | 1pm – 2:30 pm
Cost: $25

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Capital projects change organizations and communities. They can test and expand the capacity of your building and the workload of every staff member.  Effective operational management at each stage of the project can positively influence its outcome. Within the framework of people, process, money, space, and communication, this session will consider the big picture in order to sustain a healthy organization.  Presented and led by Lauren Gould, Chief Operating Officer of the Gardiner Museum, who has who has managed four capital projects in the last two years and has survived to tell the tale, with Arts HR Consultant Jeanne LeSage of LeSage Arts Management.

About our Presenter Lauren Gould

Lauren Gould has worked in a variety of roles within the arts and higher education sectors with a focus on promoting public engagement, implementing organizational and capital improvements, and working in collaboration with a range of partners. Lauren has been involved in the planning, design development, fundraising, and execution of capital projects ranging from learning centres to ensuring building health to outdoor plazas. Since joining the Gardiner Museum in 2013 she has held roles as Audience Development Manager, Senior Manager of Development and Programs, and in the role of Chief Operating Officer since 2017.

About our Presenter Jeanne LeSage

Jeanne LeSage, LeSage Arts Management, CHRL, MBA. Jeanne is an arts consultant with 28+ years’ experience in the sector across Canada and abroad.  She is a Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL), holds an MBA in Management Consulting, and runs LeSage Arts Management with a focus on strategic human resources, organizational development, facilitation and strategy.  Proudly starting her career as a stage manager – she now works with arts organizations to “Make Arts Work Better” through consulting, research, teaching, conference speaking, and more. www.lesagearts.com

THE CREATIVE SPACE CASE STUDIES: A WEBINAR SERIES

The Creative Space Case Studies Webinar Series features case studies inspired by creative spaces across Ontario that have executed a capital project or renovation. Presenters, who are arts managers who have completed a capital project, will share their road map on how they started from the visioning/planning stage to designing/building to operating/sustaining their creative spaces. Webinar participants will have the opportunity for questions.

UPCOMING WEBINARS

Restoring and Revitalizing a 1934 Independent Cinema – The Westdale Theatre

Date: Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Time: 12:00 p.m. EST
Cost: FREE
Presenter: Fred Fuchs, Chair of the Westdale Cinema Board of Directors

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Join Fred Fuchs, the Chair of the Westdale Cinema Board of Directors, as he shares the story of how a new non-profit charitable organization was able to raise $4.5 million to save the Westdale Theatre from being torn down, and then how the organization was successful in a heritage restoration. In this webinar, Fred will discuss the process of ongoing fundraising attempts as well as programming challenges that were overcome which has made the Westdale Theatre’s restoration a success.

Our Presenter Fred Fuchs

Fred Fuchs has been involved in the film and television industry as an Independent Producer, Hollywood Film Executive, Canadian Broadcaster, and Consultant for 40 years. First in Los Angeles, then San Francisco, and next Toronto, he now lives in Dundas, Ontario. His most recent projects include the feature films The Virtuoso (Anthony Hopkins, Anson Mount, Abby Cornish), Little Italy (Emma Roberts, Hayden Christensen, Danny Aiello), Milton’s Secret (Donald Sutherland, Michelle Rodriguez) and Monkey Beach (Grace Dove, Adam Beach).

Fuchs began his career as a Producer in Los Angeles, working on award-winning television series like Faerie Tale Theatre for Showtime and Vietnam War Stories for HBO. Fuchs then segued into the feature film industry, producing Tucker: The Man and his Dream, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and executively produced by George Lucas.

Fuchs then moved to San Francisco, and for 10 years he was President of American Zoetrope Studios (Francis Coppola’s company) as well as Executive Producer of 17 features including The Godfather Part III, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Secret Garden, Don Juan Demarco, The Virgin Suicides, and John Grisham’s The Rainmaker. While at Zoetrope Studios, Fuchs also started a TV division and was Executive Producer for internationally successful mini-series like The Odyssey, Moby Dick, etc.

After moving to Toronto, Fuchs was Executive Director of Arts and Entertainment at the CBC, Canada’s public broadcaster, commissioning and supervising production of entertainment content which included the shows The Tudors, Little Mosque on the Prairie, and Heartland.

Currently, Fred is the Chair of the Board of the Westdale Cinema Group, a charitable organization that Fred helped found in Hamilton, Ontario. The Westdale Cinema Group purchased the 1935 heritage Westdale Theatre and has since restored it. The Westdale is now open, and functions as a Community Arts Hub. It mostly shows independent films, but also hosts programming, music, talks, and other community events.

About the Westdale Theatre

The Westdale Theatre, as Hamilton’s premier, not-for-profit independent cinema and arts venue, will screen art, independent and commercial films, and provide an intimate, heritage-designated cultural space for performances and events.

The Westdale was the first theatre in Hamilton built expressly to show sound motion pictures. The theatre remained in operation until it was put up for sale in December of 2016. The newly incorporated Westdale Cinema Group (WCG) submitted an offer to purchase the building that was accepted on January 27, 2017.

The full purchase and restoration budget was raised in Hamilton, by Hamiltonians, both residents and the City of Hamilton. After over 18 months of restoration and modernization of services (washrooms, wheelchair access, heating and air conditioning, etc.), the theatre reopened its doors on February 14th, 2019 as a cultural hub showcasing films, talks, music, performance and special events.

Improving Venue Accessibility – The Al Green Theatre

Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Time: 12:00 p.m. EST
Cost: FREE
Presenter: Angie Stillitano, Director of Leadership Development & Organizational Transformation, and Peter Fehlhaber, Manager of Bookings & Theatre

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Join the MNJCC’s Manager of Bookings & Theatre, Peter Fehlhaber, and the Director of Leadership Development & Organizational Transformation, Angie Stillitano, as they discuss the history of downtown Toronto’s Al Green Theatre and how it has been transformed into a more accessible performance and presentation space. A culture and commitment to accessibility and inclusion served as the foundation that led to hosting relaxed performances, working with clients to increase the accessibility of their events, and ultimately an accessible upgrade to the facility. Peter and Angie will discuss their user-focused approach with detailed examples of how the Al Green Theatre made their space and operations more accessible.

Our Presenter Angie Stillitano

Angie Stillitano started her career in the arts as a stage and production manager for live theatre, eventually making the transition into arts administration and venue management.  She has worked for the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre for 16 years in various roles, including Theatre Administrator, Manager of the Al Green Theatre, Director of Booking Operations, and most recently, Director of Leadership Development & Organizational Transformation. This new role has allowed Angie to put her Life and Leadership coaching skills as well as her passion for developing people to good use.  Currently, Angie is completing her certification through iPEC as a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), launching a coaching business, and serving as a founding board member of a new non-profit focusing on youth/young adult mental wellness in addition to her work at the MNJCC.

Our Presenter Peter Fehlhaber

Peter Fehlhaber joined the MNJCC in the spring of 2012 as Technical Director of the Al Green Theatre, after spending a few years as a freelance technician for Tekwurk Productions where he has worked in many of Toronto’s performance and event venues. Since 2004 his summers were spent working as Theatre Collingwood’s Technical Director/Lighting Designer. Peter has also served as Lighting Designer for La Theatre la Tangente, Bradley A. Trenaman – Lighting Designs, and a variety of other dance companies. In 2018, he took on the role of manager of Bookings and Theatre at the MNJCC, as well as overseeing the technical operation of the theatre.

About the Al Green Theatre

Operating within the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (MNjcc), the Al Green Theatre is a lively multi-use cultural arts and performance space dedicated to supporting arts and culture in the heart of Toronto. Opening in October of 2003, the theatre hosts numerous cultural arts events including theatre, music, dance, film and more.

The Al Green Theatre provides a professional and supportive environment to artists within the GTA, inspiring them to engage with diverse audiences in a variety of different ways.

Many of the webinars from 2018 – 2020 will focus on accessibility as it relates to the Design for Public Spaces Standard and creative space capital projects. The webinars presented on the topic of accessibility are supported by the Government of Ontario. Visit our Accessibility page to find these webinars.

Past Webinars

ACCESSIBILITY

Best Practices for Architects, Designers and Creative Spaces on Accessibility
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Design for Public Spaces Advanced: How can Creative Spaces Go Beyond the Standard?
Watch the Recording Here 
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Find more Resources on the Accessibility Page

Invisible Disabilities and Creative Spaces
Watch the Recording Here
Download the Transcription of Webinar as a PDF Here
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Find more Resources on the Accessibility Page

Safety, Fire Codes and Accessibility for Creative Spaces
Watch the Recording Here
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Find more Resources on the Accessibility Page

Design for Public Spaces 101: Where do Creative Spaces Start
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Let’s Talk About Disability and Creative Spaces
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Promoting Physical Accessibility in Space Rentals
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Resources: Accessibility Resources in Ontario

MANAGING CREATIVE SPACES

Working Together: Multi-Partner Creative Space Projects
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Alternative Creative Spaces and Adaptive Reuse Projects 
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Engaging Community in Municipal Performing Arts Space Projects 
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Recap from the Creative Spaces Projects Brainstorming Session
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Volunteer Boards and Creative Space Projects
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SPACE RENTALS

Balancing Programming and Space Rentals

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Staffing Strategies for Space Rentals & Events
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Resources: Rental Inquiry Form for Performing ArtsJob Description – FOH SupervisorJob Description – Event CaptainJob Description – UsherExample Shift Swapping Policy

Using Data to Find your Renter Audience
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Marketing your Rental Spaces
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Contracts and Agreements: Landlords and Tenants
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Resources: Rental Agreement Templates

Space Management 101: Keys to Success
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ASSET MANAGEMENT

Asset Management Part 1: Understanding your Facility
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Asset Management Part 2: Planning Ahead

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CAPITAL PROJECT SUPPORT

Expressing Community Value in Creative Spaces
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Capital Project Success: Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery and Streetcar Crowsnest
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Board Relations and Capital Projects
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Capital Project Success: Stories from the Ottawa Art Gallery and FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre
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Capital Project Case Study: The Tett Centre
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Community Partnerships and Creative Spaces, featuring Carousel Players
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CREATIVE HUBS

NEW MODELS FOR CULTURAL SPACE DEVELOPMENT

Webinar #1: Developing Sustainable Cultural Space: Multi-Tenant Arts Centres 101. (May 15, 2013)
To watch this webinar, click here.

Webinar #2: Making Space for Creativity: Designing for Collaboration. (June 19, 2013)
To watch this webinar, click here.

Webinar #3: Shared Spaces, Shared Values: Building Partnerships for Community Cultural Hubs. (October 2nd, 2013)
To watch this webinarclick here.

Webinar #4: School’s Out: Re-purposing Surplus Schools as Cultural Spaces. (November 6th, 2013)
To watch this webinar, click here.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Energy Efficient Lighting for Performing Arts Facilities with Ledvance Sylvania
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Energy Efficient Lighting for Visual Arts Facilities and Museums with Ledvance Sylvania
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