Successful Events: Planning, Managing and Marketing

Organizing events requires skills to avoid disappointment and burnout - yours or your volunteers’. And … possible financial loss.

The event you’re planning may be a single concert, a poetry reading, a performance, a workshop or an art exhibition.  It may be a festival with several shows and activities.  Your show may also want to go on tour, whether to 2 or 10 locations.

​​These workshops are primarily geared towards members of the 100 Mile Arts Network - artists and venues - but they are also of special interest to community groups looking to host (fundraising) events.

Public events: a concert, a community picknick, a festival, an art exhibit, or ….
Private events like a large family reunion or a house concert.


Facilitator:  Brenda Rooney, Wakefield
of Rooney Productions
​Marketing and Communications Professional; Director of Communications in professional theatre; Managing Director of Wakefield Doc Fest (10 years) and Youth Film Camp (7 years); past President of Theatre Wakefield; Documentary Filmmaker.


The 100 Mile Arts Network is developing an inventory of artists (musicians, writers, dancers, visual artists, comedians, etc.) and venues for performances and exhibits.
The Network covers the rural regions of the Outaouais and seeks to build infrastructure to advance the cultural economy in English speaking communities.

For more info on the network and the workshops:  www.100MileArts.net   
Email:  touring@100MileArts.net

WHEN
February 13, 2020 at 6pm - 9pm
WHERE
Cafe Molo's, Wakefield
1 Chemin de la Vallée de Wakefield
Wakefield, QC J0X 3G0
Canada
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Kerstin Petersson · · 819-328-3635

Will you come?