Training - Seminar
Learn about your obligations as an employer when it comes to supporting a safe performing arts workplace
Aftermetoo’s Elevating the Industry Professional Development series
Employers’ Responsibilities regarding Workplace Sexual Harassment
Did you know that workers in the performing arts, film, and television industries experience workplace sexual harassment at much higher rates than other workers?
Designated Sharing Time
Designated Sharing Time (DST) is a virtual meeting space to talk, vent, problem-solve, laugh, collaborate, cry, and feel the strength of others.
A global pandemic, loss of work, isolation from others, stress about money and health. This is a difficult time for many. At the same time, it can create opportunities to connect with other people in ways we could not have imagined a year ago. The AFC’s Designated Sharing Time is a virtual support drop-in for people who work in Canada’s entertainment industry.
Presented by Work in Culture, this session will cover practices and legislation regarding workplaces harassment and will explore ways arts organizations and companies can be better prepared to protect workers from all forms of harassment.
This half-day workshop is designed as an interactive session and will address the topic of Respectful Workplaces in the Arts through information, small group discussion, case studies and activities.
NBS offers a wide range of community programs through the Lozinski Centre for Community Dance at NBS, and we are excited to host a series of FREE webinars for dance teachers interested in/delivering community programs.
IBPOC Digital Strategy – Phase II: Digital Tools Professional Development Series
October 2020 – March 2021 via Zoom
Join Metro Morning's host Ismaila Alfa for a candid discussion examining how the Canadian arts sector has been upended by COVID-19, confronted by calls for greater inclusion and equity, and presented with opportunities in recovery as the industry faces a new future. Panel Moderator: Ismaila Alfa, Host, CBC’s Metro Morning Panelists: Michèle Pearson Clarke - Photo Laureate, City of Toronto Barry Hughson - Executive Director, The National Ballet of Canada John G.