Webcast + Final Weeks to Register for re:generation!

If you haven't yet registered to attend the Alliance's June 9 conference, re:generation / BC Cultural Roundtable 2016, now's the time! We're also pleased to offer a webcast of the morning's programming to those unable to attend in person. Register now to join us at the conference or watch online.

Shifting demographics, cross-generational workplaces, and increased economic pressures have led to changes in our workplaces and sector that require new strategies and approaches. Join us at re:generation / BC Cultural Roundtable 2016 for some dynamic conversations across the spectrum of career stages, from founder/pioneer through mid-career and just beginning, as we discover what each has to teach and learn from one another. 


We're pleased to offer webcasting of the conference's morning session, thanks to the services of Bob Baker Creative Connections. To help cover the costs of this service, registration for individuals or for viewing hubs/groups of any size will be $25 plus tax. 

The webcast coverage will include:

  • The morning opening remarks and a video welcome from Minister Peter Fassbender;
  • "What We Have Learned" presentations by: Gillian Wood, director of the Arts and Cultural Development Branch of the province's Ministry of Community, Sport, and Cultural Development; Roxanne Duncan, managing director of PuSh International Performing Arts Festival; Liz Shorten, vice-president of operations with the BC branch of Canadian Media Production Association and board member of the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC); and Mitchell Saddleback, actor and arts administration intern with MISCELLANEOUS Productions.
  • The keynote address by Emiko Ono, author of "Moving Arts Leadership Forward: A Changing Landscape", and
  • A panel discussion on the day's themes moderated by Official Opposition Critic for arts and culture Spencer Chandra Herbert.

See our Program + Schedule for more on the conference program.  

The morning webcast will begin at 9 a.m. and run through to 12:30 p.m., with a 15 minute refreshment break at 10:15 a.m. We are unable to broadcast the afternoon breakout sessions. 

The day before the conference we will provide the registrant with instructions on connecting to the webcast. If you're hosting a group at your venue to view the webcast, we can provide you with a graphic for you to invite others to join you (contact us for details). 

There will be no "chat" component to the webcast but viewers are welcome to communicate with us by Twitter @AllianceArts and we will relay your questions and comments to the presenters and panelists as time allows;

If you are hosting a public viewing we can also advise members of your community who are on our contact lists that you are providing this service, and encourage them to get in touch with you.

Thank you for considering taking part in re:generation / BC Cultural Roundtable 2016 from the comfort of your home, office, or community centre. We hope you can join the conversation!

Post-Conference Reception

The conference will be followed by a 5:30 p.m. reception at el Santo restaurant (snacks on us, cash bar) where we'll say "Thank You Rob Gloor" and bid farewell to our departing Executive Director. el Santo has offered a 15% discount to anyone who decides to stay after the reception for dinner - learn more here and make a reservation now!

Register Now

You'll want to be part of this important discussion about the future of cultural community leadership. Alliance members receive a discounted registration rate, and youth under 25 and students of all ages pay just $35. Register now!


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