Marketers with Winnipeg’s arts community will spill their secrets Friday in a panel discussion on the industry.
The free event will include four speakers and is part of ACI Manitoba’s regular lunch and learn series “The Late Lunch Show,” which is designed to provide independent artists and arts and cultural workers with a chance to learn from industry professionals.
The panel will include Judy Slivinski from the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Aline Campagne from Cercle Molière, Rea Kavanagh from Theatre Projects Manitoba and Gerry Atwell, an independent who serves on the board of Manitoba Film and Music as chair of the Programming Committee.
The Late Lunch Show: Make it with Marketing runs from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. on January 28 at the Canada Manitoba Business Service Centre, 250-240 Graham Avenue. Admission is free, but participants can pre-order lunch for $8 by visiting CreativeManitoba.ca or calling (204) 927-2787.
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