For our folks following at home on the livestream, download the presentation at: https://www.dropbox.com/s/j24ur0x4raehkaf/Aaron%20Paquette%20-%20Power%20Point.pdf
We’re thrilled to welcome Aaron Paquette to Percolate! Join us on Thursday, May 2nd, as Aaron speaks on the topic of From vision to execution: the artist’s road map to the future.
Lisa Baroldi, from Merging Generations - Wicihitowin Circle of Shared Responsibility and Stewardship, joins us as moderator for the event. Merging of Generations is a movement to bring all people of all ages together to learn from one another. For more information, visit http://wicihitowin.ca/.
FREE tickets available at: http://www.citadeltheatre.com/event/percolate-brewing-ideas-with-aaron-paquette/
For our friends joining us from home on the livestream - follow along with Bob’s presentation by downloading the PDF here:
Don’t forget that we’re thrilled to welcome Robert Lynch, CEO and President of Americans for the Arts, to Edmonton for Percolate this evening. Walk-up tickets will be available at the box office until 7pm.
Americans for the Arts hosts ARTSblog, a great resource for anyone working or volunteering in arts, culture and heritage fields. In this post Sara Bateman shares her reflections on the work of the Emerging Leaders Network and the power of sharing experiences within the arts community: http://blog.artsusa.org/2013/04/19/the-emerging-leader-vision-of-moving-communities-to-the-next-level/
Don’t miss Percolate. Brewing ideas with Robert L. Lynch tomorrow evening at The Club at The Citadel. Mr. Lynch joins us hot off the heals of Arts Advocacy Day 2013 in the USA. Tickets for Percolate are available at http://www.citadeltheatre.com/event/percolate-brewing-ideas-with-robert-lynch/
Check out the link for a summary of activities and videos from the 26th annual Arts Advocacy Day that brought together more than 500 grassroots advocates from 40 states across the country.
In this video, Bob Lynch, President and CEO of Americans for the Arts, is interviewed by Jeffrey Brown for the PBS program NewsHour’s Art Beat segment discussing how the federal government sequestration is affecting the arts in the United States.
Don’t miss Bob when he joins us for Percolate in Edmonton on April 23, 2013. Tickets at http://www.citadeltheatre.com/event/percolate-brewing-ideas-with-robert-lynch/
In this video Americans for the Arts’ President and CEO Robert L. Lynch answers the following question regarding the Arts & Economic Prosperity IV study: What do the AEP IV findings say about cultural tourism’s role in driving local economies?
Join us for Percolate. Brewing ideas with… Robert L. Lynch on April 23, 2013. Register for your FREE ticket at http://www.citadeltheatre.com/event/percolate-brewing-ideas-with-robert-lynch/.
We’ll be live in about 15 minutes. Join us athttp://livestre.am/18eyP
For our viewers at home, follow along with Janet’s presentations. PDF downloads at:
Join us in giving Janet Carding a warm Edmonton welcome tonight at The Club at the Citadel. (Free tickets available in person at The Citadel Box Office.)
The ROM is attracting new audiences through innovative programming, like the Friday Night Live series. Check out this video from the October 2012 event.
We’re thrilled to welcome Janet Carding, Executive Director and CEO - ROM, to Percolate on March 21st. Be sure to register for your FREE ticket here!
The ROM is entering an exciting time by grouping its collections into Centres of Discovery - highlighting the organization’s unique strengths and making it easier to access information by topic, both in person and online.
Check out their first two of eight Centres at http://www.rom.on.ca/en/collections-research/centres-of-discovery! These hubs bring together many facets of the ROM’s work to one portal: research, discoveries and acquisitions.