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Respectful Workplaces in the Arts

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The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC), in partnership with Music•Musique NB, present RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE IN THE ARTS

The 3-hour workshop gathers employers, workers and artists to help cultural organisations manage, navigate and contain conduct and behaviour that could constitute harassment in the worplace.

Respectful Workplaces in the Arts is a national campaign to build a sector-wide culture of fairness, dignity and respect. Let's work together to shape safe and healthy work environments, free from all forms of harassment.

Moncton | 27 Septembre 2019 | 9 am to 12 :30 pm | Aberdeen Cultural Centre (140 Botsford Street), Salle Bernard-LeBlanc

Trainer: Geneviève Pineault, Association des théâtres francophones du Canada

Diplômée du Département de théâtre de l’Université d’Ottawa en 1999, Geneviève œuvre dans le milieu théâtral depuis vingt ans. Son cheminement l’a initialement amené à travailler en régie et en mise en scène avec différentes compagnies théâtrales et télévisuelles en Ontario. Elle assure la direction artistique du Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario (TNO) de juillet 2004 à août 2017. Le Prix d’excellence artistique 2009 de Théâtre Action, catégorie avant-scène, lui a été décerné pour sa mise en scène de SLAGUE – L’histoire d’un mineur. Le TNO a reçu le prestigieux Prix de la première ministre de l’Ontario pour l’excellence artistique 2014.

Register for the Moncton Session (click here)

  • Registration Fee: $20 per person
  • 9 am-9:30 am: Meet and greet (coffee and snacks will be served)
  • 9:30 am-12:30 pm: Workshop
  • This workshop will take place in French. Spaces are limited.

Fredericton | 2 dates TBD | The Playhouse (686 Queen Street) 

Trainer: Farah Fancy, Groupe Herencias

Farah Fancy co-founded Le Groupe Herencias. She is an artist, artist doula, manager, producer, community worker and consultant who, for over 25 years, has been using the arts as a mechanism to teach about equality, rights, personal histories, self actualization and community bridging through ethnographic creations and projects. She is rooted in working with cross cultural populations to engage in arts practices with a diversity of communities across class, ethnicity, ability, gender, and generation to overcome emotional and cultural barriers. As a consultant, Farah also works with organizations and institutions to show how art can be a tool to resolve structural problems within organizations, foster economic development, and facilitate cultural understanding.

Register for the Fredericton Session (Link to come)

This workshop will take place in English. Spaces are limited.