Canadian Arts Summit 2018 Recap

September 24, 2018

The Canadian Arts Summit is an event in demand, attracting a diverse, at-capacity complement of 150 delegates, speakers, leadership fellows and senior arts leaders, including artistic directors, executive directors and volunteer board chairs of Canada’s largest arts institutions. This year’s theme Engage Now invited delegates to consider critical questions like: How do the aesthetic values of cultural institutions shape the values of a nation? What is a diverse audience and how do we engage them? How are our institutions experimenting in order to be more relevant to more people, more often?

Canadian Arts Summit Steering Committee 2018

Cornell Wright (Summit Chair), Robert Foster (Past Summit Chair), David Binet (Past Summit Chair) Nichole Anderson Bergeron (Business / Arts), Jim Fleck (Business / Arts), Howard Jang (Centre for Arts & Creativity), Janice Price (Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity), Amirali Alibhai (Aga Khan Museum), Gideon Arthurs (National Theatre School), Adrian Burns (Chair NAC), Sara Diamond (OCAD), Nassib El Husseini (Les 7 Doits), Camilla Holland (Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre), Michele Maheux (Tiff), Annemarie Petrov (Edmonton Symphony), Lisa Rubin (Segal Centre), Erik Sande (Chair, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia), Anthony Sargent (Luminato Festival), Shannon Litzenberger (Summit Program Director, Business / Arts)


Keynote Speaker: Diane Ragsdale on Artistic Leadership

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Canadian Arts Summit Report

 

The Canadian Arts Summit is an event in demand, attracting a diverse, at-capacity complement of 150 delegates, speakers, leadership fellows and senior arts leaders, including artistic directors, executive directors and volunteer board chairs of Canada’s largest arts institutions. This year’s theme Engage Now invited delegates to consider critical questions like: How do the aesthetic values of cultural institutions shape the values of a nation? What is a diverse audience and how do we engage them? How are our institutions experimenting in order to be more relevant to more people, more often?

 

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Corporate Panel: Social Impact Giving and the Arts

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