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Chris Higgins, Artscape on Fri, 13 Oct 2006 23:29:58 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime-ann> Sessions Announced: Artscape's Creative Hub Development Workshop



Visit the CREATIVE HUB DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP website for detailed session descriptions, schedule, registration and travel + hotel information.

Presented by Artscape, Canada's most innovative practitioner in creative space development, the CREATIVE HUB DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP provides hands-on training and practical tools focused on each of the critical phases of development planning and project implementation for multi-tenant centres focused on creative activity.

The CREATIVE HUB DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP will be held in Ottawa on November 22-24, 2006. Lead by top practitioners, participants will be provided with in-depth instruction over 3 days on topics from project planning to capital fundraising, governance models to tenant relations in addition to an on-site tour and presentation of the Ottawa Arts Court facility. The Early Bird Registration Fee is only $230 + GST if you register by October 31, 2006. The Regular Registration Fee is $295 + GST (final registration closes November 10, 2006).


Creative Hubs as Catalysts               Reid Henry, Director of Research and Consulting, Artscape
Community and Stakeholder Engagement            John White, Executive Director, ARTS Project
Developing Partnerships                              Tim Jones, CEO, Artscape     
Capital Funding and Financing Graeme Page, Campaign Director and Director of
Development, Evergreen
Capital Project Planning: Feasibility Steps I & II     Janis Barlow, Principal, Janis A. Barlow & Associates        
Capital Project Management: Part I & II Joe Lobko, Joe Lobko, Principal, Joe Lobko Architect Inc.
Facility Management and Tenant Relations          Bruce Rosensweet, Director of Properties, Artscape
Ottawa Arts Court Site Tour   Linda Balduzzi, Executive Director and Donna Williams,
Acting Executive Director, Ottawa Arts Court

The CREATIVE HUB DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP is applicable to organizations or partnerships who have initiated the planning process for capital projects in their community, including:

  ■ Business Improvement Associations
  ■ Arts & Cultural Organizations
  ■ Government
  ■ Artist Co-operatives
  ■ Downtown Revitalization & Economic Development Corporations
  ■ Community Development Agencies
  ■ Knowledge Institutions

The CREATIVE HUB DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP focuses on building the capacity of communities to develop and manage dynamic facilities that integrate the arts and creative sectors into their sustainable economic development strategies. Artscape's experienced program faculty is drawn from a network of national and international leaders in a range of disciplines including: cultural facility planning, real estate, urban development, architecture, board governance, construction, community engagement and fundraising.

REGISTRATION: A limited number of registrations will be available, so take the time to register yourself or your group today! The Early Bird Registration Fee is only $230 + GST if you register by October 31, 2006, a discount of 20%. After this date, the Regular Registration Fee of $295 + GST will apply (final registration closes November 10, 2006). Click here for more information and to download the Registration Form in Word format.

CONTACT US: To register today or to obtain more information on the CREATIVE HUB DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP, contact Kelly Willson Harvey, Delegate Relations Coordinator at 416-392-1038, x21 or kellywh {AT} torontoartscape.on.ca.

The CREATIVE HUB DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP is a component of the Creative Clusters Development Program, an intensive organizational development program led by Artscape, Canada's most innovative practitioner in non-profit, creative space development over the last 20 years.

"I cannot express how this conference has inspired me to work towards the recognition of our downtown as the arts and culture centre of Sarnia. I know that the enthusiasm I have expressed when speaking to others about the possibilities that lie ahead for our community has been contagious, and I can't wait to work toward achieving these goals. Bravo to you and your team for the inspirations that you nurture and encourage in communities like ours."

Artscape gratefully acknowledges the support provided by The Ontario Trillium Foundation,
the Ontario Arts Council, TEDCO and City of Toronto Culture Division.

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