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Kari Huhtala
Public Art/Cultural Planning & Program Administration & Management (Public and Private Public Art Project Development) Public Art Calls & Artist Selection Processes (including public, private and community funded projects) Public Art Planning & Policy Development Arts & Cultural Plans, Cultural/Heritage Mapping & Aboriginal & Multicultural Planning
Vancouver / Victoria, BC Canada

Alan Sawyer
New media; traditional and new media convergence; future of television; Media 3.0; TV 3.0; strategy consulting; strategy review; new media research;
Toronto, ON Canada

Alissa Golden
Heritage planning: inventory and evaluation of heritage properties; database management; field research; primary and archival research; policy development; urban design guidelines; development review clearances.
Hamilton, ON Canada

Andrea Ott
Please see Website: www.lord.ca
Toronto, ON Canada

Andrew Danson Danushevsky
•curating international & domestic photography and photo-based art exhibitions •design print and electronic media •consultant re above see workstyle section below
Halifax, NS Canada

Angela Carter
I have studied and worked extensively in the field of communication from journalism to employee and corporate communication, marketing and public relations. I have vast experience in writing, editing and proofreading as well as international and intercultural communication.
Brampton, ON Canada

Angela Contreras-Chavez (Bilingual Service)
Project Management; Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation; Group Facilitation; Strategic Planning; Governance; Event Planning and Coordination; Volunteer Recruitment and Management; Anti-oppression and anti-racism frameworks.
Vancouver, BC Canada

Azfar Rizvi
Television news production, Documentary filmmaking, Writing, Journalism, Web development, Social media, Factual and current affairs content production, television commercials, Public service messages, Public service announcements, Children education and curriculum development, Animation, Producer, Television production , Non-profit communications strategy
Toronto, On Canada

Barbara Nepinak
providing First Nation oral history and protocols/provide cultural entertainment. Encourage interaction both verbal and interactive learning.
Winnipeg, MB Canada

Ben Benedict
London's leading cultural critic and consultant with over 18 years of experience as a freelance writer, practicing visual artists, and cultural consultant. Additionally I have experience in corporate communications and public relations in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors with a particular expertise in the area of arts, culture, diversity and the nonprofit sector as well as business, health care and new technology covering issues of governance as well as financial and community development. My artistic practice focuses on social constructs of masculinity and gender issues. I am active in the local arts and gay communities of London including curating London's annual Pride London Festival Art Exhibit as well sit as a lading member of London's Creative City Commity advising municipal leaders on issues of Culture. These are reflected in my work as an award wining radio host on CHRW's 94.9FM's Inside the Arts the third Tuesday each month at 11 AM, and as host of the Monday night Rainbow Radio Network at 10 PM.
London, ON Canada

Bonnie Hall
Consummate entrepreneur with a record of exceptional performance in public art, fund development, arts programming, exhibition, and education; knowledgeable in finance - new capital specific; can repeatedly sustain revenue streams and growth in dynamic and changing markets. Extensive international business background and skilled negotiating in multicultural environments; combines expert qualifications and verifiable core competencies in: Financial Management & Control Public & Private Partnerships Strategic Planning & Visioning Art Project Management Resource Development, New Business Specific Master Public Art Planning Collection Development & Management Art Marketing & Branding Proficiency
Cambria, CA USA

Brad King
- management consultancy - collections planning - exhibition development Brad King brings a diverse array of skills and abilities to Lord Cultural Resources. Having consulted on more than 125 projects since joining Lord over ten years ago, he is an experienced and versatile museum professional with comprehensive knowledge of the many facets of cultural planning – from management consultancy through to collections planning and exhibition development. A keen and perceptive analyst with a holistic understanding of museum institutions, he consistently demonstrates an ability to see through to the heart of a particular issue or problem and is often commended by clients for the high quality and comprehensiveness of his work, and for his ability to steer projects toward a successful outcome. With his colleagues at Lord, Brad has been involved in some of the most interesting and ambitious cultural projects of our time and brings a wealth of international experience to his work, being recently active in North America, West Africa, Southeast Asia and in the Arabian Gulf region.
Toronto, ON Canada

Brenda Sherring
Specializing in raising cultural profiles of small urban centres and rural communities. Employ methodologies such as: public forums, focus groups, webinars, podcasts, social media interaction, environmental surveys, asset assessments, gap analysis and cultural mapping. Provide final documents outlining: 1) Historical Background, 2) Stakeholder Consultations 3) Trend Forecast 4) Strategic Recommendations and 5) Measurable Indicators of Success. Strategic planning can be in the areas of: cultural development, educational/public programming, communications, marketing, partnership collaboration, financial sustainability, fund development, audience generation, capacity building, organizational development, maturity modeling, governance/staff succession, risk management, brand recognition. Design policies to guide strategic direction.
Rouleau, SK Canada

Carl Benn
Research at a senior level in history, curatorship, and museology to produce research reports, studies, publications, exhibits, heritage restorations and similar projects, with particular expertise in the areas of: 1)material culture, applied arts, historical architecture, and visual documentation; 2) museology, public history, historic preservation and restoration; 3)First Nations and Euroamerican history, primarily before 1920, with an emphasis on social, military, and church history, with a focus on the Great Lakes region of North America Management and interpretive planning consulting for heritage organizations, museums, historic sites, cultural landscapes, and cultural tourism providers based on practical, senior, hands-on experience over a long career
Toronto, ON Canada

Carrie Brooks-Joiner
Strategic planning, facilitation, governance, policy development, research, museum operations and municipal cultural planning and mapping.
Burlington, ON Canada

Catherine C. Cole
Municipal cultural plans; strategic plans for museums, art galleries and heritage organizations; program review and evaluation; policy development; board development; feasibility studies; business plans; expertise in built heritage, heritage interpretation, material culture curatorship, and cultural programs
Edmonton, AB Canada

Charles C. Smith
1) Strategic Planning and Organizational Change 2) Pluralism, Equity and Diversity 3) Connecting with Aboriginal and diverse communities 4) Research and Writing 5) Grant Applications
Toronto, On Canada

Charlie Andrews
Artist Consultant Event Planning Cultural Planning
Sudbury & Toronto, ON Canada

Chris Dray
Public policy creation, organizational development, and project management.
Toronto, ON Canada

Christina Becker
30 years of experience in not-for-profit management and consulting. Unique psychological approach with specialization in change management processes, strategic planning, visioning, leadership development, governance, team, board and group facilitation.
Toronto, ON Canada

Christine Lockett
Christine Lockett Associates provides a full range of integrated services for exhibition programming and development, outreach initiatives, and public programs.
Toronto, ON Canada

D. B. (David) Scott
Strategic consulting, principally to the magazine publishing industry and the not-for-profit sector. Business planning,launches, repositioning, training and development.
Cambridge, ON Canada

David Keeble
Broadcasting Strategy, Policy, and Regulation Emphasis on business and policy impact of new technology
Ottawa, ON Canada

Debbie James Smith
New media Community development and the use of digital media Community sustainability Documentary Human Rights - women, youth Media production and youth Social networking Digital media in developing countries - Jamaica Community organizing through the use of new media - video, mobile phones Skill development and elearning
Toronto, ON Canada

Debi Croucher
Indaba Marketing Inc. is innovative boutique marketing, communications, fundraising and event management consultancy based in Windsor, Ontario. Combining years of experience in the fund development, direct response marketing, communications and PR industries domestically and abroad, Indaba Marketing Inc. is a multi-faceted agency whose fundamental belief is that strategy works hand-in-hand with creativity, and that execution is everything. Our process is the seamless integration of strategic communications and creative implementations that support your marketing and business plans in the short and the long term. We deliver tangible results that offer maximum business value helping you to build your most important asset - your reputation.
Windsor, ON Canada

Don Bourgeois
law of charities and not-for-profit organizations governance organizational review contracts
Kitchener, ON Canada

Donna Lockhart
Arts, Culture and Recreation Planning Feasibility Studies Community Consultation Strategic Planning Volunteer Management Board Leadership Development Workshops designed and delivered Training sessions Facilitation Key notes Research - trends
Ennismore , ON Canada

Doug MacArthur
MacArthur Group Inc. projects include: - Five year PEI Cultural Strategy - Development of an Arts and Heritage Stabilization Program for PEI. - Southeast PEI Cultural Tourism Strategy - Standing Offer with Cape Breton Growth Fund to provide cultural sector consulting services to arts and heritage organizations - PEI Next Steps Arts and Heritage Stabilization Program(art, crafts, music, books) Feasibility Study - Arts Guild Feasibility Study / Business Plan - Gourmet and Folk Arts Festival Feasibility Study - ITAP Innovation Strategic Plan - Labour Force analysis of the cultural sector - PEI Skills Working Group Action Plan - National Web 2.0 Technologies & Trend Study for Department of Canadian Heritage. - PEI Cultural Products We are pleased to offer various services in regard to research both quantitative and qualitative.
Charlottetown, PE Canada

Douglas Worts
Interpretive Planning, Audience Research, Museum Assessment, Exhibit Development, Public Program Development, Online Interactive Website Planning, Culture and Sustainability Lectures & Workshops, Museological Research and Writing
Toronto, ON Canada

Gary Froude
visual and performing arts
Port Carling, ON Canada

Gayle Dempsey
visual and performing arts
Port Carling, ON Canada

Glenn Sutter
Education for sustainable development Human ecology theory Systems thinking, especially panarchy theory, resilience, and adaptive renewal Cultural adaptation Community development Ecological footprint analysis
Regina, SK Canada

Glenn Gordon
Public art planning,design and project management services
Regina, SK Canada

Gord Hume
Municipal Cultural Planning and Creative City research and plan development. Acknowledged as one of Canada's municipal leaders in Cultural Planning.
London, ON Canada

Greg Young
Founded in 1991 and located in mid-town Toronto, TCI Management Consultants is a wholly Canadian partnership composed of senior, experienced practitioners who specialize in providing a full line of professional services to the arts, culture, heritage, and tourism sectors. Our clients have included organizations such as museums, art galleries, theatres, libraries, archives, historical sites, botanical gardens, science centres, zoos, other attractions. We have also worked extensively in the cultural industries including film, broadcasting, music, arts and publishing. Our staff have worked together for over 20 years and were formerly with a major management consultancy prior to establishing TCI. Staff professional expertise includes economists, geographers, marketers, certified management consultants and registered professional planners. The firm’s clients include non-profits, crown corporations, all levels of government and the private sector.
Toronto, ON Canada

Gregory Harper
Gregory F. Harper, M.A., R.P.A. is a Cultural Resource Specialist with 30 years experience in cultural resource management as an administrator, curator, archaeologist, architectural historian, art historian and consultant with not-for-profit and for-profit organizations. As a Cultural Resource Management Consultant, Mr. Harper has conducted archaeological and architectural history surveys and project impact assessments for telecommunications clients in nine US states. Mr. Harper also conducts Phase I Environmental Assessments for telecommunications sites.
Cincinnati, OH USA

Hamilton McClymont
Management and consulting services in the performing arts, entertainment and fair business
Gibsons, BC Canada

Heidi McKenzie
fundraising, development, strategic planning, marketing plans, board development, arts planning, grant and proposal writing
Toronto, ON Canada

Helen Varola
Contemporary art placement for real estate development; curated public mixed-use space; cultural economic planning and contemporary art market expertise for collectors and corporations.
New York, NY USA

James Bandow
Archaeological Resource Management: Stages 1 - 4 Archaeological Assessment; Heritage Impact Assessment; Aboriginal Land Claims Research; Qualitative & Quantitative Methods; Educational Consulting.
Hamilton, ON Canada

Jane Peck (Bilingual Service)
Brand Strategy (Communications, Marketing), Event Production, Public Relations/Artist Relations
Paris, France

Jane Needles (Bilingual Service)
Non-Profit - Arts Administration, Board Management, Fundraising, Marketing, Career Management
Montreal, Qc Canada

Jerry Smith
Organizational Development, Capacity Building and Strategic Planning A successful leader, manager, producer, trainer and mentor seeking opportunity to foster growth and development in the cultural sector. SPECIAL SKILLS . creative, self motivated, results oriented . superior communication skills . a team builder . highly developed analytical & planning skills . excellent organizational ability . accomplished fundraiser, grant writer, developer of special events and sponsorship
Toronto, ON Canada

jon waks
Sales, marketing, public art, consulting, capital projects, contemporary art, visual art, communications, community engagement, artist liasion, museum, museum liasion, public relations, media relations,
Calgary, AB Canada

Jon Linton
- strategic planning - market research - business plans - feasibility studies - program development - program evaluation - economic impact
Toronto, ON Canada

Joseph Ming Liu
+ Sponsorship Marketing + Community Partnerships + Multimedia Development + Earned Income Strategies + Festival Planning + Production + International Exchanges
Torono, ON Canada

June Creelman
Interpretive Planning Exhibition Development Museum Consulting Writing Research Facilitation
Ottawa, ON Canada

Karen Dempster
Performing Arts, Writing and Publishing,
Holland Landing, On Canada

Kelly Lynne Ashton
Film, television, digital media cultural policy and research
Toronto, ON Canada

Longin Dimanche Sabine (Bilingual Service)
http://www.dimanche-et-cie.com/en/page1.html
94200 Ivry-sur-S, France

Louise Stevens
Audience Development, Feasibilty Studies, Cultural District Planning, Market Analysis, Economic Analysis, Program Evaluation, Organizational Development
Bozeman, MT USA

Margaret Lam
• information policy for cultural and heritage organizations
• marketing and communication for performing arts arganizations, as well as museums, archives and lbraries
• community-engagement
• youth and young audience development

Toronto, ON Canada

Maria Morgunova
-Extensive experience working as a director of TV-show, film-director for documentary, journalist (broadcasting and print), news-reporter, editor and screen-writer. -Extensive experience working as a counsellor of history of art, literature, music, opera, ballet and international cultural traditions of educational TV-projects. -Developed and successfully pitched a few projects for leading TV-companies in Russia. -Some synopses for cinematography were successfully published in professional magazines. Some short stories were published in literary anthologies. •Good experience working as an opera stage-director, artistic-director and producer. Expert of Russian operas, drama and folklore. •Worked in different musical theatres and on a variety of festivals and theatre projects. Successful performances: “La Cenerentola” (by G. Rossini), “Magic flute” and “ Figaro’s wedding ”, (by V.A. Mozart), “Falstaff” (by Verdi), “Gianni Schicchi”(by Puccini), Pericola (by Jacques Offenbach), “The Violet of Monmartre” (by Imre Kalman), Russian operas: “Fable about King Saltan” (by Rimsky-Korsakov), “Engagement in Convent”(by S. Prokofiev), “Ruslan And Lyudmila”(Glinka), “The Love for Three Oranges”(by S. Prokofiev), “Nose”(Shostakovich and N. Gogol), “The Gambler” (by S. Prokofiev and F. Dostoevsky) and other. •Trained in teaching Stanislavski’s acting techniques •Excellent musical education and background for work in music theatres; coaching with actors and singers; reading of music scores and claviers; playing piano. •Organized exhibitions, theatre and dancing festivals. Developed creative projects with bright cultural programs. Cooperated with professional well-known musicians, studios, orchestras and theatres in order to provide cultural educational art- programs.
Toronto, ON Canada

Marianne Sorensen
Social Research: Expertise in applied quantitative and qualitative research in substantive areas of culture, sectoral human resources, labour market, postsecondary education, rural matters, all through a social stratification lens.
Edmonton, AB Canada

Mark Smith
(Not-for-Profits) Marketing Plans Business Plans Grant Writing Administration
Whitehorse, YT Canada

Mel Cooper
Radio broadcasting Opera casting and production Theatre dramaturgy, production and casting Management and artistic direction of a charity Publishing: editing, picture editing, commissioning
Oxford, OX United Kingdom

Nathalie Katinakis (Bilingual Service)
My expertise includes the study of communication situations, systems, strategies or phenomena, with a specialization for the symbolic practices (rituals, imagined identities, archetypes, etc.), and the relationship between communication and culture in contemporary societies. More precisely, I am an expert of popular music, modern Greece (history, culture, music, etc.), hero worship and collective memory.
Laval, QC Canada

Parmik Chahal
Multi Media Production & Cultural Sensitivity Trainer
Township Of Cavan Monagh, ON Canada

Paul Guise
Cultural Enterprise. The economics of culture are vastly different from the industrial sectors; my research, consulting and educational products and services reflect the realities of the business of culture, or Cultural Enterprise.
Winnipeg, MB Canada

Premendra Verma
International Relations, South Asian Cinema, South Asian History, Arts, Culture and Entertainment
Brampton, ON Canada

Reid Henry
Economic development; cultural planning and policy; facility feasibility assessment; sector research; urban planning; community engagement processes
Toronto, ON Canada

Robert Lockhart
Leisure services research, planning and management - including studies and plans, consulting, training, strategic planning and visioning, trend forecasting, community and stakeholder consultation, and volunteer engagement
Ennismore, ON Canada

Sandi Ratch
Historical Archaeology, Heritage Survey, Historical Research, Writing, Editing, Graphics, Arctic Traditional Knowledge, illustrations, Artifact Analysis, Faunal Analysis
Wetaskiwin, AB Canada

Sarah Hill
Market Analysis & Planning ; Visitor Forecasting ; Strategic & Business Planning ; Audience Development & Activity Planning ; Community Engagement & Public Consultation ; Research & Evaluation ; Feasibility Testing & Options Appraisal ; Project Development, Management & Rescue ; Grant Bid Development & Application Writing ; Community Development & Municipal Cultural Planning ;
Ingersoll, ON Canada

Sheldon Rose
Management of corporate and residential artwork programs and acquisitions at the entry and intermediate levels. Interior Designer resource for artwork components of projects in corporate, residential, hospitality, health- care and government sectors. Custom framing including a contract division for large projects. Consulting includes provision of full range of services: sourcing, framing, delivery and installation, appraisal, restoration. All major media represented. Major commissions in painting, sculpture, architectural art elements.
Toronto, ON Canada

Shelley Grainger
Communications and Marketing, Planning, Special Event Production, Training Program Development and Evaluation,
Halfmoon Bay, BC Canada

Sherri Helwig
Professional Arts Management Services; Program Evaluation; Facilitation; Arts and Cultural Policy; Human Resources / Labour / Collective Bargaining; Communication, Marketing and Audience Development; Governance; Leadership; Legal Affairs; Arts Education.
Toronto, ON Canada

Steven Thorne
Steven Thorne is a specialist in "place-based cultural tourism" - a phrase that Steven coined. He helps cities, towns, and regions to realize their potential for cultural tourism by using his company's holistic, place-based planning approach. The approach weaves together heritage, arts, culinary, agritourism, and natural history experiences to form a “cultural tapestry” that reveals a destination's unique cultural terroir and sense of place. By using Steven’s approach, any destination can enhance its appeal to cultural travelers and compete more successfully in the cultural tourism marketplace. To learn more about Steven's place-based approach to cultural tourism, visit Steven's profile at LinkedIn, using the website URL shown above. Also, follow Steven's blog on cultural tourism issues at www.EconomicDevelopment.org. Locate his posts under "contributors" on the page-top menu.
Waterloo, ON Canada

Susan Stevenson
Municipal cultural plans, public art policy,arts grant programs and adjudication, board development,grant-writing, arts service organizations.
Victoria , BC Canada

Terry Schwalm
• Strategic Planning • Business Development • Market Research • Cultural Tourism • Feasibility Studies
Saskatoon, SK Canada

Tom Arnold
Consulting Archaeology in Ontario
London, ON Canada

Tracy Stewart
My primary areas of expertise are writing, editing, research, and public relations. I have worked for 15 years for a number of arts and culture organizations providing communications services ranging from publications management, to policy development, to communications campaigns.
Toronto, ON Canada

Victoria Stasiuk
Consulting and project management focused on cultural planning as well as increasing investments in public-sector organizations, maximizing stakeholder relationships and increasing effectiveness of policies and programs.
Oakville, ON Canada

Vladimir Puryga
Ballet, folk dance.
Maple, ON Canada

William Moore
Municipal and other government cultural planning and policy development; Cultural organization planning - performing arts, visual arts, arts service organizations, museums; Facilitation; Software and web design and development; Communications and marketing.
Innisfil, ON Canada

Elsa Olu (French Only)

Lyon, France

Ginette Péloquin (French Only)

Montréal, Qc Canada

Marie-Andrée Delisle (French Only)

Montréal, Qc Canada

Marie-Charlotte Belle (French Only)

Paris, ID France

Nathalie Hamel (French Only)

Québec, qc Canada

Suzanne Muir (French Only)

Burlington, ON Canada

 
   
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