Although we hear there are signs of spring around town, we’re going to go with the idea that March is just around the corner – and so are some upcoming events with our clients!
We’ve also noticed you seemed to be interested in more marketing tips (thanks for the Facebook likes!) and our case studies so we’ll be continuing with those – this newsletter features the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. For the next little while we’ll continue to feature marketing articles, how-tos and Q&As from some of the best in the business. Follow us on Twitter or find us on Facebook to stay absolutely up to date!
Reel Asian Film Festival (2013)
“OCAF’s support benefited our organization by contributing
to our ability to develop our audiences. Through OCAF’s support of this project, we were able to respond to increasing demand for programming reflecting the diversity of Ontario residents and reach the significant Asian populations beyond the city of Toronto.”
Click here to read the full case study.
To honour Glenn Gould’s spirit and legacy by celebrating brilliance, promoting creativity and transforming lives through the power of music and the arts with the Foundation’s signature activities including the Glenn Gould Prize.
In order to honour Laureate Robert Lepage, the Foundation has developed a week-long celebration to accompany the Gala Concert and Awards Ceremony. Visit
glenngould.ca for more information.
Last Call for The Great Upheaval! Final Weekend!
The Great Upheaval: Masterpieces from the Guggenheim Collection, 1910-1918 showcases the dynamism, creativity, and innovation of art produced in Europe in the years leading up to and during the First World War.
Featuring paintings from the collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum by artists such as Constantin Brancusi, Marc Chagall, Marcel Duchamp, Vasily Kandinsky, Fernand Leger, Henri Matisse, Amedeo Modigliani, Piet Mondrian and Pablo Picasso, among others, the exhibition chronologically traces the achievements of these tumultuous years as artists experimented with new ways to create art while launching such movements as expressionism, futurism and cubism. Click here for tickets.
The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors
This exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum will present artifacts and objects from the collection of the Palace Museum to explore and introduce to audiences the intrigue of palace life and the daily life of China’s imperial families.
Numerous public programs will be developed in conjunction with this blockbuster exhibition, including (i) a themed lecture series with a focus on Chinese art, social history and culture; (ii) artistic workshops; and (iii) family weekend programming.Click herefor more info