Her showcase on Saturday made poet Miranda Martel a standout at Ottawa’s Artpreneur conference.
As the weather continues to cool down, and we have more reasons to stay inside where it is both cozy and safe, the city seems to be taking a breath before the hectic holiday season really kicks in.
A permanent Basic Income Guarantee has been a buzzy topic lately, even making it’s way to the House of Commons. Artpreneur 2020’s keynote speaker Zainub Verjee views a basic income as revolutionary to the arts and culture sector. Read our interview with Verjee about the creative sector and basic income.
Artpreneur 2020 is going virtual, with three days of talks, panels, and presentations on November 21, 23 and 25. It’s an annual conference presented by Arts Network Ottawa, Wallack’s, Invest Ottawa, and SHIFTER Agency that brings together local and national creative experts in the same room—err, Zoom call—with business leaders and entrepreneurs to help artists build their professional capacity.
Black Squirrel Books will be taking over the space to operate a satellite event venue.
Artpreneur conference bridges Ottawa art, entrepreneurship and creative industries—05.31.19 at Bayview Yards
This year, the cross-disciplinary arts conference is inviting folks from creative and entrepreneurial industries to converge on the problems facing Ottawa’s arts entrepreneurs today.
Artpreneur 2016 was a remarkable convergence of artistic work, business and marketing expertise.
Five organizations that are helping build capacity in Ottawa’s social enterprise sector.
A one-day conference, happening in November, will bring together local artists from across different disciplines, giving them a chance to network and to find ways to build their careers without compromising their vision. Since 2013, Artpreneur has been dedicated to helping artists succeed in their careers and build skills that will help them navigative the […]