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Featured In This Issue

  • Register Now for “Indigenous Storytelling in Theatre, Visual Art and Music,” March 6
  • What Are the Best Ways to Collaborate Online?
  • Need a Hand With Your Upcoming Performance?
  • Hot Off the Blog: House of Commons Releases Report On Gender Parity in Arts Organizations
  • What’s On: February 13-19

Register Now for “Indigenous Storytelling in Theatre, Visual Art and Music,” March 6

On March 6, the BC Alliance is excited to present Indigenous Storytelling in Theatre, Visual Art and Music: A Presentation and Dialogue. Renae Morriseau (Saulteaux/Cree) will look at three artistic disciplines to answer the following questions: How do Indigenous artists re-assert their decolonial context in the art they create? How does Indigenous art reflect Indigenous experiences in decolonizing the Euro/Canadian aesthetic? How do Indigenous artists deconstruct the prevailing understanding of audience and spectators to understand the Coast Salish (and other First Nations on Turtle Island) protocols of the ‘Witness’?

This informal session is open to all attendees and will encourage questions about how art is a form of ‘reconciliation,’ reflecting on Renae’s own theatre work, the work of visual artist Ken Monkman, and the music of Indigenous women’s traditional singing groups Ulali and M’Girl.

Details

Indigenous Storytelling in Theatre, Visual Art and Music: A Presentation and Dialogue
When:
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 | 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where: BC Alliance for Arts + Culture, 100-938 Howe St., Vancouver
Cost: $45 BC Alliance members | $85 non-members | $30 livestream

We are proud to offer ASL interpretation and remote access via live streaming to all of our workshops and information sessions. Simply select these options on the registration form. For more information, and to register today, visit our Workshops page.


What Are the Best Ways to Collaborate Online?

Today, virtual collaboration is becoming an important part of non-profits. Whether for time-efficiency, greater focus, increased travel, environmental impact, or hiring far-flung talent, people are writing, sharing and dreaming together online. How can your organization make geographic distance less of a barrier in collaboration?

We’re excited to present our latest #DigitalLadders Salon, Digital Tools to Collaborate Online with Phillip Kang Sun Djwa. This session will provide an overview introduction, case studies and an adaptable list of tools to help your organization better collaborate with outside stakeholders from a distance.

Details

Digital Tools to Collaborate Online
When:
Tuesday, March 12, 2019 | 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Where: BC Alliance for Arts + Culture, 100-938 Howe St., Vancouver
Cost: $10 BC Alliance members and livestream | $15 non-members

We are proud to offer ASL interpretation and remote access via live streaming to all of our workshops and information sessions. Simply select these options on the registration form. For more information about this and other Salons (including our upcoming session with Steve Peters on location-based immersive experiences, February 19) and to register today, click here.

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