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PAONE Mini-Conference and AGM

Professional Arts Organizations Network for Education

Wednesday, October 2, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 5:30 PM (EDT)

PAONE Mini-Conference and AGM

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Individual Member - Mini-Conference
To qualify as an Individual Member you must have paid the annual membership fee of $40. If you are NOT an Individual Member please purchase a Non-Member ticket to this event. To become an Individual Member of PAONE, visit paone.ca/join
Ended Free CA$0.00
Organizational Member - Mini-Conference
To qualify as an Organizational Member your organization must have paid the annual membership fee of $100. Organizational Members are entitled to send up to TWO delegates to each Mini-Conference. Each delegate must sign up individually. Additional delegates must purchase the Non-Member ticket. To inquire or sign up for an Organizational Membership, visit paone.ca/join.
Ended Free CA$0.00
Non-Member - Mini-Conference Ended CA$10.00 CA$1.20
AGM
Please RSVP to the AGM separately.
Ended Free CA$0.00
Ticket - Peter Grimes Dress Rehearsal
Individuals MUST attend the mini-conference or AGM to be eligible for a ticket.
Ended Free CA$0.00

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Event Details

Attend the first PAONE Mini-Conference of the 2013/2014 season!

How do we stand up for the "greater good"?

Arts education programs are the first to be heralded on grant applications and marketing pieces, but are often at the risk of being influenced by funding, artistic vision, and human resources. These undeniable forces not only affect the way we do our programming, but also how we work with one another. This mini-conference will focus on Competition vs. Collaboration, the "Bums-in-Seats" approach to education vs. creating meaningful arts education experiences for the greater community, and what it takes to make education programming both effective and responsive to your organizational limitation. Bring stories to share and ideas to consider. Get in touch with rob@paone.ca if you have anything specific to contribute.

The mini-conference will take place between 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. followed by the AGM from 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Hosted by the Canadian Opera Company, the events will take place at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts in a meeting room located directly behind the Box Office. The entrance to the Box Office is located at the SE corner of University Avenue and Queen St. W. or via Osgoode Station on the TTC University/Spadina line.

Participants are invited to attend the dress rehearsal of the COC's production of Peter Grimes by Benjamin Britten at 7:30 p.m. The opera is approximately three hours and 15 minutes with two intermissions. One complimentary ticket only will be offered per attendee. Please note that individuals MUST attend the mini-conference or AGM to be eligible for a dress rehearsal ticket. Please mention in your RSVP if you are not able to attend the dress rehearsal.

The mini-conference is FREE for all paid Individual Members and paid Organizational Members (up to two delegates; $10 plus applicable taxes and fees per additional representative). Non-members can attend for $10 (plus applicable taxes and fees) per person. Not sure if your organization is a member? Email info@paone.ca to find out! Or learn about how to become a member at paone.ca.

 

Have questions about PAONE Mini-Conference and AGM? Contact Professional Arts Organizations Network for Education

When & Where


Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
145 Queen St W
Toronto, ON M5H 4G1
Canada

Wednesday, October 2, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 5:30 PM (EDT)


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Professional Arts Organizations Network for Education

The Professional Arts Organizations Network for Education (PAONE) is a home for professionals who are committed to meaningful arts education activities within their organizations and the community at large. As a member-driven service organization, we provide networking and professional development opportunities. We advocate for the value of arts education and strive to elevate the broader standards of arts education practice.

Our vision is to provide a professional framework that ensures the integrity of the arts education experience.

PAONE began in 1992 when a group of arts educators gathered informally to share best practices and discuss issues related to arts education. From these small roots, PAONE formally incorporated as a non-profit organization in 2010.

PAONE is the only service organziation in Ontario with a mission to advocate, elevate standards and provide professional development to arts education administrators and educators in the professional arts community across all artistic disciplines.

 

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