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More tips on watching the Congress Live Stream together – It’s a great way to spark new collaborations & generate new ideas and opportunities

More tips on watching the Congress Live Stream together – It’s a great way to spark new collaborations & generate new ideas and opportunities

by Helen Yung

If you were considering watching the Live Stream anyway, why not invite some colleagues to stop by and watch it together? Hosting a group viewing room to watch the Congress Live Stream together is a great way to spark new collaborations and create new ideas and opportunities.  View this previous post on organizing a Live…

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Beyond the logo on your flyer or ad in your program book: What it means to ‘steward’ and ‘activate’ that sponsorship – even the ones you didn’t know you had. Part 3 of 3

Beyond the logo on your flyer or ad in your program book: What it means to ‘steward’ and ‘activate’ that sponsorship – even the ones you didn’t know you had. Part 3 of 3

by Helen Yung

This is part 3 in a 3-part article on Sponsorship Stewardship and Activation: Many organizations and even individual artists have supportive business relationships that help make arts and culture happen, but we don’t always use the label ‘sponsor’ to refer to these supporters. Whether you address them as partners, supporters, friends, or good neighbours, you can optimize…

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Beyond the logo on your flyer or ad in your program book: What it means to ‘steward’ and ‘activate’ that sponsorship – even the ones you didn’t know you had. Part 2 of 3

Beyond the logo on your flyer or ad in your program book: What it means to ‘steward’ and ‘activate’ that sponsorship – even the ones you didn’t know you had. Part 2 of 3

by Helen Yung

This is part 2 in a 3-part article on Sponsorship Stewardship and Activation: Many organizations and even individual artists have supportive business relationships that help make arts and culture happen, but we don’t always use the label ‘sponsor’ to refer to these supporters. Whether you address them as partners, supporters, friends, or good neighbours, you can…

Beyond the logo on your flyer or ad in your program book: What it means to ‘steward’ and ‘activate’ that sponsorship – even the ones you didn’t know you had.  Part 1 of 3

Beyond the logo on your flyer or ad in your program book: What it means to ‘steward’ and ‘activate’ that sponsorship – even the ones you didn’t know you had. Part 1 of 3

by Helen Yung

Many organizations and even individual artists have supportive business relationships that help make arts and culture happen, but we don’t always use the label ‘sponsor’ to refer to these supporters. Whether you address them as partners, supporters, friends, or good neighbours, you can optimize the benefits of that relationship, for them and for you, by…

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Friends don’t let friends watch livestreams alone!

Friends don’t let friends watch livestreams alone!

by Helen Yung

    Consider hosting a community meet-up to watch the Congress livestream together! Since announcing the Culture Days Congress, a number of community organizers have come forward asking how they might host a public screening of the Congress livestream for activity organizers to watch together. This is a great idea. Getting local Culture Days organizers and…

What does it mean to be relevant to your community?

What does it mean to be relevant to your community?

by Helen Yung

In your life, you have many friends: the ones you see regularly, the ones you count on, the ones who mean a great deal to you but you only connect once in a while, and then people you might chat with if you run into them, you might ‘like’ their pictures on social media, but…

How to increase your audience size by 300% overnight. Part II of II

How to increase your audience size by 300% overnight. Part II of II

by Helen Yung

Cultural engagement and arts participation, regardless of what form it takes, are the catalysts for Culture Days. In the second part of a chapter originally published in “Pluralism in the Arts in Canada,” Helen Yung navigates the theory and the practice inherent in enabling Canadians to take culture, sometimes literally, into their own hands. To read…

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A “digital, diverse and non-linear” review of the National Congress 2013

A “digital, diverse and non-linear” review of the National Congress 2013

by Helen Yung

“Digital, diverse, and non-linear” – that’s how Robert Sirman of the Canada Council for the Arts described our world today. And wow, did the Culture Days community live up to that characterization this past Thursday and Friday, May 23 – 24, 2013 at the first annual National Congress on Culture. The conversation ranged widely in…

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