Free Networking And Promotion Workshops For Artists Living In Weston And Mount Dennis
May 7th, 2012 - Toronto Arts Foundation is sponsoring workshops for artists living in Weston and Mount Dennis neighbourhoods.
The event is part of the foundation’s Arts Impact Study, a research project to better understand how Toronto residents interact and engage with the arts at a local level.
Workshop participants will have an opportunity to:
• Meet other artists from Weston and Mount Dennis
• Learn about free membership in Neighbourhood Arts Network (NAN)
• Create a NAN profile and find out how the NAN is a great promotion tool
• Share how being creative has an impact on their life
For the convenience of Weston and Mount Dennis artists, we have scheduled two dates in community locations.
All artists are welcome! The workshops are open to artists at any stage in their practice using any art form or genre.
Event dates and location:
Thursday May 17th from 4:00 to 6:00pm at Urban Arts, 19 John St., Weston
Tuesday May 22nd from 1:00 to 3:00pm at YPF, 1901 Weston Rd. Unit 18
Please indicate which date you will be attending.
Neighbourhood Arts Network (NAN)
NAN is where arts and community meet in Toronto. We make connections, share stories, and help artists and community organizations do what they do best: enrich Toronto and transform it into a more vibrant and beautiful city. NAN has over 650 members from all over the city. We have a great interactive website featuring member profiles, event listings, and opportunities for skill development. Membership is free and members receive monthly e-newsletters with links to jobs, blog posts, events, and other opportunities. Neighbourhood Arts Network is administered by the Toronto Arts Foundation as a part of their Creative City: Block by Block initiative. www.neighbourhoodartsnetwork.org
Toronto Arts Foundation
Toronto Arts Foundation exists to provide the creative opportunity for donors to support the arts in Toronto. TAF believes that a great city demands great art, and by supporting, celebrating, financing and advocating for Toronto’s local artists, we’re improving the quality of life of all Torontonians. Although separate entities, the Toronto Arts Council and Toronto Arts Foundation benefit by being run as sister organizations, ensuring close contact with the arts sector in Toronto and an ongoing awareness of activities and needs throughout the community. For more information on the work of the Toronto Arts Foundation, please visit www.torontoartsfoundation.org .
CONTACT: Margo Charlton, Research Manager, Toronto Arts Foundation email@example.com