MainLine Workshop: Sponsorship with Amy Blackmore

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A brand new workshop from MainLine Theatre! The sponsorship game can be a tricky one. Take this straight-forward workshop with MainLine Theatre's Executive & Artistic Director Amy Blackmore. The workshop will include tailored advice and feedback for your performing arts projects. We will cover the different kinds of sponsorships that exist, how to get them, how to keep them and how to do it all in an ethical way, true to your project, vision and values.

Pay-What-You-Can registration - limited spaces available.
Register by emailing us at boxoffice@montrealfringe.ca
This workshop will be offered in English.

MainLine MiniMain Studio
3997 St-Laurent
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Amy Blackmore is also the Executive and Artistic Director of MainLine Theatre, the St-Ambroise Montreal FRINGE Festival and the MainLine Gallery. She is also one of the co-founders and the Artistic Director of the Bouge d'ici Dance Festival. Amy is known for her versatility, having produced, directed, choreographed, performed and assisted for the work of many companies such as Just For Laughs, Infinitheatre, Art Matters, The Montreal Highlights Festival and more. She is currently the President of the Quebec Drama Federaion board of directors and its on the grant jury Conseil des Arts de Montréal for Les Nouvelles pratiques artistiques/pluridisciplinaires.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Saturday 11 March 2017 / 15:00

120 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 18+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 120 minutes

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