A dedicated working board of directors can often be integral to capital projects. Both nonprofit owned and operated, the Dundas Museum & Archives and the Stratford Perth Museum achieved success in their renovation projects, lead by senior staff and a working board that utilized existing connections and skills. Kevin Puddister, Curator & General Manager at Dundas Museum & Archives and John Kastner, General Manager of the Stratford Perth Museum will be sharing their best practices for working with their board of directors while completing their building projects.
This webinar is for arts managers interested in learning more about capital project development and collaborating with a working board of directors. There will be time for questions and discussion with presenters following their presentations.
Join Facility Manager, Nadine Baker and Marketing and Programming Coordinator, Danielle Folkerts as they share tips for success around working with community volunteers and the City of Kingston to create what is now The Tett Centre. A former brewery built in the mid-19th century, The Tett Centre is a designated heritage site that was fully renovated in 2015 to become downtown Kingston’s core culture hub. Owned by the City of Kingston and operated by an independent non-profit, The Tett is home to eight arts organizations from varying disciplines, and offers studio and gathering space for the community.
This webinar is for arts managers interested in learning more about capital project development. There will be time for questions and discussion with presenters following their presentations.
The purpose of the session is to engage with local businesses and attractions in the tourism and hospitality industries to have a hands-on learning session around the hyper-local, local, regional and provincial marketing and promotional services that are available to help drive more customers to their business. If you ever host events for the general public, or would like to see more traffic by residents/visitors to your business – this session could be valuable for you.
During the 3 hour session attendees will hear from Experience York Region about existing as well as exciting new opportunities, Town of Newmarket, Central Counties Tourism, and SpaceFinder York Region. There will opportunity to ask questions and network.
Some examples of the types of businesses who could benefit are:
Main street businesses
Restaurants, Bakeries, Dessert Shops
Bars, Brewerie, Wineries
Municipality (Parks & Recreation, Culture, Economic Development)
Heritage Properties open to the general public
Or a unique business that would attract tourists and is not listed above