Workshops from 100 Mile Arts Network


FREE WORKSHOP OPEN TO ALL:

Successful Events: Planning, Managing and Marketing

6pm - Feb. 6 Little Red Wagon Winery, Clarendon

6pm - Feb. 11 Lac Ste. Marie Municipal Hall

6pm - Feb. 13 Café Molo’s, Wakefield

Organizing events requires skills to avoid disappointment and burnout - yours or your volunteers’. And … possible financial loss.

The event you’re planning may be a single concert, a poetry reading, a performance, a workshop or an art exhibition. It may be a festival with several shows and activities. Your show may also want to go on tour, whether to 2 or 10 locations.​​

These workshops are primarily geared towards members of the 100 Mile Arts Network - artists and venues - but they are also of special interest to community groups looking to host (fundraising) events.

Public events: a concert, a community pick-nick, a festival, an art exhibit, or ….

Private events like a large family reunion or a house concert.

Facilitator:

Brenda Rooney, Wakefield

of Rooney Productions

​Marketing and Communications Professional;

Director of Communications in professional theatre;

Managing Director of Wakefield Doc Fest (10 years)and Youth Film Camp (7 years);

past President of Theatre Wakefield;

Documentary Filmmaker.

https://www.100milearts.net and click on Workshops

2nd FREE WORKSHOP OPEN TO ALL:

Successful Events: Producing an Event or a Tour – Touring Your Show ... the view from both sides of the stage

6pm - Feb. 20 Café Molo’s, Wakefield

10am - Feb. 23 Pine Lodge, Bristol

6pm - Feb. 27 Lac Ste. Marie Municipal Hall

Organizing events requires skills to avoid disappointment and burnout - yours or your volunteers’. And … possible financial loss.

The event you’re planning may be a single concert, a poetry reading, a performance, a workshop or an art exhibition. It may be a festival with several shows and activities. Your show may also want to go on tour, whether to 2 or 10 locations.​​

These workshops are primarily geared towards members of the 100 Mile Arts Network - artists and venues - but they are also of special interest to community groups looking to host (fundraising) events.

Public events: a concert, a community pick-nick, a festival, an art exhibit, or ….

Private events like a large family reunion or a house concert.

Facilitators:

Ian Tamblyn, Chelsea

Award winning Singer-Songwriter (44 albums);

Playwright (too many to count);

Music Producer;

Sound Designer at the GCTC;

teacher of music, song writing, soundscape creation, tech skills; Ian tours extensively.

Kerstin Petersson, Wakefield

Former Artistic and Managing Director of the TaDa! Performing Arts Festival (4 years);

Project Manager for various cultural projects;

Producer of two of Theatre Wakefield’s Regional Summer Theatre Tours;

past Treasurer of Theatre Wakefield (9 years).

https://www.100milearts.net and click on Workshops

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J0X 3G0 Canada

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