KLAC Program Development - Copyright 101- Creative Work has Value
Date: Tuesday Feb 21, 2017
Location: Academy Theatre, Lindsay
Time: 5:30 PM Doors
6:00 PM Presentation begins
7:00 PMQ&A with Angus McNeil of Staples & Swain
7:30 PMArts and Heritage Trail Presentation - Debra Soule
Style: Education Format with 'Presenter and Lawyer' for Q&A
EVENT: Offers an Education session supported with printed Hand-outs on the topic of Copyright.
This session- Copyright 101 demonstrates the rights inherent in Canadian Copyright Laws and creative work. It features a presentation Overview of the issues surrounding Copyright supported with Hand-outs. Some aspects to be covered include:
- How Best to protect your creative work.....
- What avenues are available if you feel you have been breached....
- understanding general Copyright vs Trademark considerations
Session Length: 1 hour min with 30 Minutes for discussion/Q&A
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Fees: Student $ 5.00
KLAC Member $ 10.00
Non-Member and Guests $ 15.00
NOTE: A Networking Social will be held in the Guild Room at the Academy after the Presentation CASH BAR
More Info: Penni Holdham, CSEP, 705-887-1996 or firstname.lastname@example.org
.... an afternoon of Cache Making
hosted by Lesley Drummond of the Kawartha Arts Network
Sunday January 15, 2017
Art on Kent, 41 Kent Street West, Second Floor
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
In preparation for the spring launch of the Arts and Heritage Trail, KLAC is pitching in to create artistic caches for brand new geocaching sites! Selected caches will be utilized in strategic locations along the Kawartha 'Arts and Heritage’ Trail.
Bring materials to create your caches that are weather-proof for any season. (See Material suggestions below.) Keep in mind that the caches should be arts or heritage related. Check out exciting Arts and Heritage Trail venues you could create your cache specially for by following the links below!
artsandheritagetrail.com or http://arcg.is/1WauLzX
Material Suggestions List
- watertight plastic containers anywhere from tiny to lunch box size (the larger it is, the harder it is to hide)
- acrylic paints, brushes, water container
- wire, wire cutters
- “interesting plastic things”….bugs, animals, toys, etc.
- plastic bags that fit inside your container
- any kind of durable materials that inspire you!
Wear a sweater…..the gallery can be a bit cool.
Logs for inside the caches, glue guns, camo duct tape and scissors will be provided
This is a NO FEE EVENT brought to you by Kawartha Lakes Arts Council
Featuring refreshments & a showcase of Youth in the Arts at 7:00 pm
AGM to follow at 7:45 p.m.
2015 in Review • Plans for 2016 • Financial Report • Election of the Board
Followed by a Mix & Mingle (cash bar)
Enjoy the jazz trio, Sandy and Friends and some friendly camaraderie.
Due to the generous support of our patrons and sponsors this evening is free and open to all members of the public.
The Art of Grant Writing:
How to Give Them What They're Really Looking For
With Tara Williamson
Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at the Lindsay Library
Basement Meeting Room 6:00pm – 7:30pm
You spend countless hours on your latest sculpture/short story/symphony. You know there is a grant deadline looming but you would rather be creating art. That’s okay, you’ll slap something together for the grant at the last minute.
If we spent half the amount of time crafting a grant application as we do on the blueprints for our newest art project, we would have more money and time to
actually make our art. So, how do we do that?
Join Tara Williamson to find out!
Tara is a professional musician, published writer and independent consultant who has been a successful grant recipient as an individual and as a member of collectives and non-profit arts organizations. Tara’s work has been supported by the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Banff Centre for the Arts and Manitoba Music. For more information on Tara’s music, check out www.tarawilliamson.net.
Stay With Us!
After Tara’s presentation you are invited to join us for a KLAC Social & Networking Event upstairs in the Lindsay Gallery from 7:30pm – 9pm. Come visit with your artistic friends and enjoy the wonderful musical stylings of jazz duo Dennis Pendrith and Rob Phillips. This is a great opportunity to socialize and network with members of your arts community. Hors d’oeuvres are provided and a cash bar will be available with beer and wine.
Please know that you are welcome to join us at the Social & Networking Event whether or not you attend the grant writing presentation.
Tickets for both events are available at the door:
Tara Williamson presentation:
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
$10 for members / $15 for non-members
Social & Networking Event:
7:30 – 9:00 pm
$10 for members / $15 for non-members
These events are brought to you by your very own Kawartha Lakes Arts Council.
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This Thursday October 22nd from 1:00 to 1:15 pm – the KALC/Heritage Network Cultural Centre subcommittee has been invited to give a short presentation to City Council on the importance of arts and culture. Specifically we are requesting that Council formally adopt the Cultural and Heritage Master plans that it had developed through extensive consultation with the community over the past two years.
We are hoping that City Council will commit to a permanent Arts, Culture and Heritage Development Officer position to work with the arts and cultural communities within the city. We would love to see as many people as possible in the chamber to support our fifteen minute presentation. This presentation is the culmination of many hours of hard work by both groups and so we are certainly hoping for a positive, supportive response.
We would love to see you there.
Kawartha Lakes Arts Council invites you to our July Open Meeting
“Show and Tell Social”
WHEN : Monday, July 27, 7:00 – 9:30 pm
WHERE: the LAB – the Lakeview Arts Barn,
2300 Pigeon Lake Road, Bobcaygeon.
• James Barrett and Sarah Quick will share their story about the Globus Theatre and the Lakeview Arts Barn
• KLAC members are invited to display a piece of their work
( bring an easel, use a table, demonstrate or tell us about your work…)
• Meet other Kawartha Lakes artists and arts supporters!
Members: $10.00 at the door, Non-members : $15.00 Memberships available at the door.
Includes scrumptious dishes from the Lakeview Arts Barn Canape menu.
A cash bar will also be available.
Come out and be dazzled by the incredible talent of this 20 person ensemble of auditioned high school kids from Fenelon Falls S.S., Lindsay Collegiate and I.E. Weldon S.S. The Odyssey Project has been playing to satisfied crowds at the Academy Theatre for nine years now and this is it...their very final show.
Playing a variety of music that includes tunes that their parents and even grandparents listened to as high school kids, they do it all and they do it with style. Come out and hear oldies by the likes of the Supremes, Aretha Franklin and the Spencer Davis Group as well as more current tunes by Bruno Mars, Whitney Houston and Ed Sheeran. These guys are guaranteed to have you tapping your toes and dancing in the aisles.
You won't want to miss this opportunity as the Odyssey Project is closing down and this will be their very last show ever at the Academy Theatre. Tickets are available from the Academy Theatre box office by calling 705-324-9111 or online at www.academytheatre.ca.
The Power of Collaboration - brought to you by the Kawartha Heritage Network and the Kawartha Lakes Arts Council
Collaboration is not only an important aspect to working in the cultural sector, it's also a necessary one as funding bodies are now looking for those collaborative relationships. Claire Lougheed will host a workshop where she will draw on her experience overseeing the creation of PAMA (the Peel Art Gallery, Museum, and Archives) a major arts and heritage complex in downtown Brampton.
65 Melbourne St. W in Lindsay at the Community Care Village Housing.
A light lunch and refreshments will be provided with your admission fee of $10.00. Please RSVP as seating is limited.
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“The Art of Arts Funding: How to Give Them What They're Really Looking For”
Center in Bobcaygeon (123 East Street South.)
$5 for members, $10 for non members
Grant applications can be cumbersome, intimidating, and it's sometimes hard to know what funders are looking for. This talk will highlight the most important parts of funding applications and give insight into what funders are really looking for.
Tara Williamson is a musician, writer, teacher, and aunty. She is Anishinaabe and Cree from the Prairies, but has also lived inQuebec, BC, and Ontario, having just spent 4 years in Peterborough. Tara is an accomplished professional musician (singer-songwriter) who has worked on projects with award winning producers and writers. She is currently working on a full length album and is also writing a musical under the mentorship of Tomson Highway. In addition to her arts practice, Tara has formal training in social work, law, and Indigenous governance and works as an independent post-secondary instructor and consultant.
Postponed: Our sincere apologies but this event has been postponed. We will let you know as soon as we have a new date and time. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Come out and catch up on all that has been going on in the world of the Kawartha Lakes Arts Council. We will be gathering at the Lindsay Little Theatre located at 55 George Street West in Lindsay. Doors open at 6:30, we will have a brief information meeting at 7:00 to bring everyone up to speed on what has happened since January and then at 7:30 KLAC presents Kathy Gould Lundy's presentation "Arts and Education: Publicly Useful and Privately Happy Lives". There will be an opportunity to ask Kathy questions and then we will have a short social time from 8:30 - 9:00. Light refreshments will be served.
All are welcome to attend. Members $5 / Non-members $10
Expand your skills and explore new techniques with well-known artist Cindy Bell. Cindy has been a fixture in the local art scene for over thirty years. Cindy is from a family of Artists and can't remember a day that hasn't been touched by art in some way. Cost for the weekend workshop is $130.
To sign up drop by Art on Kent on Thursdays or Fridays between 11 am and 5 pm or on Saturdays between 11 am and 3 pm.
Have you always wanted to learn watercolour painting? Now is your chance to learn the basic principles from Cindy Bell. April 11th and 12th from 9:30 - 4:30. Cost for the weekend workshop is $130. A supply kit will be available from the instructor for $20.
this course is designed for the "newbie" who might feel intimidated to try a watercolour class. Students will learn from the ground up.
To sign up drop by Art on Kent on Thursdays or Fridays between 11 am and 5 pm or Saturdays between 11 am and 3 pm.
The Kawartha Lakes Arts Council and the Kawartha Lakes Small Business and Entrepreneurship Centre are hosting a workshop on business planning for artists on Friday, March 27th.
Teresa Shaver, Executive Director from the Business Advisory Centre in Durham will lead a lively “Business Canvas Workshop” that will help artists think about their artistic practice in a new light, simplify the business planning process and maximize their future potential.
The workshop will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 in the upstairs meeting room at Sweet Bottoms Coffee, 19 Colborne Street, in Fenelon Falls.
Workshop admission for Arts Council members is $5.00, $10.00 for non-members.
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To RSVP, please contact:
Arts, Culture and Heritage Development Officer,
Economic Development, firstname.lastname@example.org
705 324 9411, extension 1498