ACCA Consultant

Bridget MACINTOSH
bridget@bridgetmacintosh.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/bridgetmacintosh
Title

Cultural Strategist

Company Name

Bridget MacIntosh & Associates

City

TORONTO

Province

Ontario

Business Phone

416-818-4173

Biographical Info

Bridget has held senior municipal cultural management positions with portfolios spanning arts, events, and public art ranging from small-scale activations to major events such as Nuit Blanche Toronto. She continues to collaborate with municipalities and performing arts organizations across Canada as a Cultural Strategist, using culture as a tool to nurture civic health and sustainability. She offers a variety of sought after bespoke consulting services to help her clients successfully achieve their goals and frequently collaborates with other consulting agencies as a Strategic Advisor, bringing specialized insights and experience to support a multitude of arts and culture initiatives. She is the Chair of SpiderWebShow Performance, Industry (Hamilton, ON), part of the Canadian Association for the Performing Arts’ Linked Digital Future Initiative and co-chairs Mass Culture’s Research Working Group. She is a Next City Vanguard, a Toronto Arts Council / Banff Centre Cultural Leaders Lab Fellow and an IETM Global Connector working to make the International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts network more inclusive, diverse and accessible.

Year consulting practice established

2018

Primary Clients

Cultural Not-For-Profit, Cultural For-Profit, Municipalities, Federal or provincial government departments, Funding agency, Arts Service Organizations, Individuals, Festivals / presenters

Consulting Specialization

Audience development / engagement, Business planning, Capital projects (feasibility studies), Community arts, Digital, Evaluation and benchmarking, Facilitation, Festivals and events management, General / operational management, Governance, Grant and proposal writing, Municipal cultural planning, Presenting and producing, Project management, Public art, Public participation / engagement / consultation, Public policy, Research, Strategic planning,

Frequent Disciplines

Film and broadcasting, Literary arts and publishing, Media arts, Museums and heritage, Performing arts, Visual arts and crafts, Multi-disciplinary

Languages

English