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WorkSmarts workshop: Working with Communities through an Equitable & Anti-O...

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North York Central Library

5120 Yonge St

North York, Ontario M2N 5N9

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This full-day workshop is aimed toward arts managers looking to learn how to be a thoughtful community collaborator, project-maker and make positive transformations in diverse communities.

Explore and learn 5 Key Practices in Applying Equity to Community Programming & Engagement and reflect on various arts equity techniques and approaches that will influence design, delivery and evaluation.

Learn ways of applying anti-oppression in community work. This workshop will have interactive components and require self-reflection.

This workshop is delivered as part of WorkSmarts - a WorkInCulture series featuring learning opportunities that teach individuals working in arts, culture, libraries, and heritage, skills related to organizational capacity and management.

This worskhop is delivered in partnership with North York Arts.

Facilitator:

Parul Pandya

Community Consultant, Community Impact Non-Profit Consulting


Side Notes:

  • A lunch break will be provided; there are many affordable options near the venue for lunch

  • This venue is wheelchair accessible

  • This venue also offers free wifi

  • Public Transit: take the TTC subway 1 line to North York Centre station. Note that the library is located in the mall

  • Parking: Paid - parking lot on Beecroft Road, meter parking on side streets, paid parking lots in vicinity and underground


If you have any questions please contact Stephanie Draker at 416-340-0086 or stephanie@workinculture.ca.



This WorkSmarts workshop is possible through the generosity of our funders:

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