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EAP CONNECTS Exclusive Networking Event with ISPA
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM (EDT)
EAP CONNECTS at the 25th ISPA Congress in Toronto!
The EMERGING ARTS PROFESSIONAL NETWORK www.eapnetwork.ca in partnership with the 25thth ISPA Congress in Toronto www.ispa.org brings an exclusive networking opportunity for 25 emerging/mid career arts professionals seeking to build ties and new connections with international directors from the field of touring and the performing arts.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
5 - 6:30 pm.
Roy Thomson Hall ~ Patio
Admission: $10 (Please book in advance)
Limited to 25 attendees - Register today to avoid disappointment
THE EVENT: The EAP Network has been dedicated to creating valuable networking opportunities between emerging, mid career, and senior level arts professionals. In partnership with ISPA (International Society for the Performing Arts), we are creating an exclusive opportunity for 25 emerging/mid career arts professionals to enjoy an intimate networking experience with members of the ISPA Board and committee members. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as these directors will be flying in from all over the globe for the Toronto Congress. This evening is being made available to the EAP before the start of the conference.
MAKING NEW CONNECTIONS: Staying
true to the EAP Connects format, the event will include a unique ice-breaker
that will ensure you meet everyone in the room.
The International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA) is a not-for-profit international network of performing arts professionals who come together with the shared goal of strengthening the arts internationally by building leadership ability, recognizing and discussing field-wide trends and deepening global exchange through the arts.
Join your colleagues in Toronto, Canada on June 13-14, 2011 for The Academy, and June 15-18, 2011 for Groundbreaking, the 25th International Congress. http://www.ispa.org/toronto2011
For more info contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
ISPA Attendees at EAP Connects will include:
Susan Stockton (Chair) | President, Fox Cities Performing Arts CenterAppleton, WI, United
Mary Lou Aleskie (Treasurer) | Executive Director, International Festival of Arts and IdeasNew Haven, CT, United States
Claudia Toni (Secretary) | Musical Advisor, Secretariat of Culture of São Paulo StateSão Paulo, S.P., Brazil
David Baile (Ex-Officio) | Chief Executive Officer, ISPANew York, NY, United States
Len Auerbach | President, Auerbach Pollock FriedlanderSan Francisco, CA, United States
Cathy Barbash | President, Barbash Arts Consulting ServicesArdmore, PA, United States
Lieven Bertels | Artistic Coordinator, Holland FestivalAmsterdam, Netherlands
Gunther Broucke | Intendant, Brussels Philharmonic - The Orchestra of Flanders & Flemish Radio ChoirBrussels, Belgium
Linda Bukhosini | Chief Executive Officer, The Playhouse CompanyDurban, South Africa
Jacqueline Davis | Executive Director, New York Public Library for the Performing ArtsNew York, NY, United States
Cathy Graham | Director of Music, The British CouncilLondon, England, United Kingdom
Maria Hansen | Managing Director, Municipal Theatre & Philharmonie HaarlemHaarlen, Netherlands
Anneke Hogenstijn | Director of Programming, Het Concertgebouw N.V.Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nina Kaye | Director, Artifax
London, United Kingdom
Larry Kirkegaard | President, Kirkegaard AssociatesChicago, IL, United States
Géza Kovács | General Director, Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra and ChoirBudapest, Hungary
Ricardo Kugler | Managing Director, 1340 EntertainmentBuenos Aires, Argentina
Marie-Catherine LaPointe | President & CEO, Boulev'Art Inc.Québec City, QC, Canada
Ivana Lušić | General Manager, LADO, Folk Dance Ensemble CroatiaZagreb, Croatia
Louise Mitchell | Director, Glasgow UNESCO City of MusicGlasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Janice Price | Chief Executive Officer, LUMINATO - Toronto Festival of Arts & CreativityToronto, ON, Canada
Joe Randel | Director, ArtesAméricas, Texas Performing ArtsAustin, TX, United States
Robert Robson | Artistic Director, The LowrySalford Quays, United Kingdom
George Trudeau | Director, Center for the Performing Arts, Penn. State UniversityUniversity Park, PA, United States
When & Where
Emerging Arts Professional Network
The Emerging Arts Professional Network www.eapnetwork.ca is a not-for-profit Canada wide community of approx 3,000 arts administrators, managers and artists at the start of their careers from across Canada.
The EAP Network (EAP) is avolunteer run, not-for-profit organization made up of a committee of arts professionals from Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, Charlottetown and Fredericton. The EAP Network provides an onine community network, career resource, and informal professional development opportunities for arts administrators, managers and artists.
The EAP Network has received support from the Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council, the Ontario Trillium Fondation and previously sponsored by Spin Globe. For more information, go to www.eapnetwork.ca.