The Kingston Arts Council has an ongoing partnership with WorkInCulture to develop and present workshops based in professional development for those working in the arts and culture sector.
Applications open October 18
Information session: October 26
We are delighted to announce that we are partnering with WorkInCulture for a pilot program called FLeX: Collaboration. This free training program for staff of non-profit arts and heritage festivals in Kingston, Ottawa, Sudbury and Toronto will help festivals recover and prosper post-pandemic by learning how to create and implement new collaboration strategies. Participants will receive support from festival expert, Fanny Martin, leaders from their community, and resources. Only 30 participants will be accepted into the program.
Fall 2021–Spring/Summer 2022
This is an intensive training program for arts and heritage professionals in Toronto, Kingston, and Ottawa who are responsible for developing a specific marketing strategy for their nonprofit arts and heritage organizations and require assistance. The training includes workshop/webinar sessions, activities, independent assignments, networking, access to local resources and experts, and more!