The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. West
May 23–24, 2017
Tuesday, May 23 7-9pm
Wednesday, May 24 9am–5pm
Tickets:May 23 – $15 | May 24 – $20
What metrics can/should we use to measure the impact of our efforts on pluralism, equity and diversity? What models are out there? Why is this important? Who should be involved in this and is there a role for community engagement here? How long does an assessment take? What might we be looking at? What are funders looking for on this and do they have the best lens? Join us for an engaging and important sharing of ideas, concerns and experiences with leading practitioners in the field.
The evening of May 23 will feature a performance showcase of three artists followed by a facilitated conversation on their arts practice and its impact – both real and potential – and how arts organizations can contribute positively to this growing ecology. Featured artists: Shaunga Tagore, Ahmad Meree, and Red Slam Collective
May 24 will feature morning and afternoon sessions including a presentation by a facilitator and discussion within one of these sectors: Dance, Theatre/Literature, Youth, Community, Multi-Arts, Multi-Disciplinary/Arts Services, and Visual Arts. During the afternoon, the participants will participate in interdisciplinary group sessions and report to the plenary.
* Lunch will be provided, please make sure to let us know any allergies or dietary restrictions in the registration form.
For more information and a full schedule visit CPAMO’s website.
To register visit the Eventbrite page.