Inclusion in the Creative Workplace: Creating Opportunity at Heritage Toronto

WorkInCulture has launched "Inclusion in the Creative Workplace", a resource for organizations looking to improve their inclusion practices. Throughout the month of March, we will be featuring guest bloggers sharing their experiences and perspectives on various issues of inclusion and diversity in our sector. This week, we are proud to feature Francisco Alvarez, Executive Director at Heritage Toronto, discussing 'creating opportunity' within an organization. 

Mar 23, 2016

Inclusion in the Creative Workplace: Institutional Diversification

WorkInCulture has launched "Inclusion in the Creative Workplace", a resource for organizations looking to improve their inclusion practices. Throughout the month of March, we will be featuring guest bloggers sharing their experiences and perspectives on various issues of inclusion and diversity in our sector. This week, we are proud to feature Syrus Marcus Ware - arts education, researcher, artist, and advocate - discussing his research and work around the changing face of museums, galleries, and other public gathering spaces from the context of diversification. 

Mar 16, 2016

Inclusion in the Creative Workplace: The 519's Gender Identity and Gender Expression Toolkit to Support the Implementation of Institutional and Social Change

WorkInCulture has launched "Inclusion in the Creative Workplace", a resource for organizations looking to improve their inclusion practices. Throughout the month of March, we will be featuring guest bloggers sharing their experiences and perspectives on various issues of inclusion and diversity in our sector. This week, we are proud to feature Laura Gibbon, Manager, Education and Training for The 519 community centre discussing their new "Creating Authentic Spaces: A Gender Identity and Gender Expression Toolkit to Support the Implementation of Institutional and Social Change"

Mar 09, 2016

Inclusion in the Creative Workplace: #newfundingmodel

WorkInCulture has launched "Inclusion in the Creative Workplace", a resource for organizations looking to improve their inclusion practices. Throughout the month of March, we will be featuring guest bloggers sharing their experiences and perspectives on various issues of inclusion and diversity in our sector. This week, we are proud to feature Cole Alvis, Executive Director of the Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance, discussing the Canada Council's #newfundingmodel.

Mar 02, 2016