Announcement: Subscribe to the TAPA Industry Listings!, TAPA

As announced on Monday the TAPA Blog has moved and can now be found on the new tapa.ca website here: http://tapa.ca/blog/category/industry/

We are happy to announce that you can now subscribe to the Industry Listings just like you did with the TAPA Blog!

Check out http://tapa.ca/blog/category/industry/ to subscribe by email or update your RSS Feed.

 

 

Announcement: The TAPA Blog Has Moved! Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts

The TAPA Blog has moved!

As part of the launch of the new tapa.ca website the TAPA Blog can now be found here: http://tapa.ca/blog/category/industry/ and has been renamed Industry Listings.

Post Your Notices for Free!
Along with the new location you can now post your own notices to the Industry Listings for free!  Click on the Add Your Listing button on the upper right hand side of the Industry Listings page.  The submitted listing will then be approved by TAPA and automatically appear online.

If you have any questions about the new Industry Listings please contact Alexis Da Silva-Powell, TAPA’s Corporate Partnerships and Membership Manager at alexisdsp(AT)tapa.ca.

 

Volunteer: Front-of-House for Aki Studio, Native Earth Performing Arts

Native Earth Performing Arts and Aki Studio are welcoming in 2015 with a Paper Canoe Projects production, A Side of Dreams by Jani Lauzon. With a two week run, we are seeking volunteers for front-of-house support. Ushers will be responsible for greeting patrons, ripping tickets/giving out programs, attending to patrons’ needs as they arise, and acting as a representative of the Aki Studio.

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Event: Calling all indie theatre artists to an OPEN SOURCE BRAINSTORM to discuss the future of STAF, STAF

Monday, January 26th: 6:30pm @ the Theatre Centre

Come participate in STAF’s transformation and share your thoughts of what the new STAF can provide to help Toronto’s evolving indie theatre ecology. Over the past two decades, STAF has built its reputation assisting indie theatre artists with their administrative needs. The motivation for this transformation is in reaction to the evolution within the indie theatre industry:

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