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From analogue to digital innovations, big budgets to small, organizations across Canada found new ways to deliver their cultural output during the massive challenges brought by the pandemic.
This specialized training session is free to attend and is part of Creative City Network of Canada’s Cultural Resilience Project. We are hoping you, your staff, and your network can join us.
Grégoire Gagnon (ED of the CHRC) will facilitate a three-hour interactive workshop highlighting the many different approaches to innovation in Canada’s culture sector demonstrated during COVID-19. Find out what proved to be most effective at bolstering the fortitude of Canada’s cultural industries and explore how your organization might borrow from these creative successes. As key pillars in Winnipeg’s cultural community, we would like to invite your organization to participate in this professional training.
Cultural Resilience: Using Innovation to Stabilize in times of Crisis is a multi-phase project led by the Creative City Network of Canada in partnership with the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC), Les Arts et la Ville, and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. In Phase One, Hill Strategies Research collected over 200 stories of cultural resilience in the time of COVID-19 and identified 12 key innovative themes that could be applied to reinforce the stability of arts and culture organizations in future challenges.
Phase Two of the project introduces professional training tools developed specifically for arts and cultural organizations in a Canada-wide tour. CHRC Executive Director Grégoire Gagnon will lead interactive workshops on how the learnings from over 200 stories could apply to your organization’s future planning.
For more information on the Cultural Resilience Project please visit: https://hillstrategies.com/resilience-stories/
December 5, 2022
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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