Michael Malone, Principal, Cerulian |
Greetings! As the Editor of this first periodical Arts Consultants Canada/Consultants canadiens en arts eBulletin I hope that you will find the excellent information provided within to be of assistance to your consulting practice, the management of your arts organization and to keeping you abreast of arts management issues and practices in Canada.
For this initial publication we are pleased to include an ACCA President’s Message from Jenny Ginder; an overview of ACCA programming initiatives by Jerry Smith, Chair of ACCA Programming Committee; informative and timely articles from Louise Poulin, Jay Katz and Heather Young; a case study by Denis Bertrand about one of his recent projects with the Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario; and in the Member News we’re pleased to highlight the recent publication by Lidia Varbanova, Strategic Management in the Arts.
Besides these contributors this initiative would have not been possible without the support for layout and distribution by Signe Barlow and Sue Edworthy and special thanks must go out to Louise Poulin who encouraged our creation of a French version and supported it by translating most of articles. The publication of this new communication was a significant accomplishment for our volunteer team and distributing in both official languages truly allows ACCA to fulfill its national mandate.
As this is our first issue we hope that you will provide us with your opinions about the type of information included and provide us with your related content for future issues. If you have news or announcements; or if you would like to submit a case study or article, please submit a brief summary to email@example.com by August 19, 2013.
We welcome your input and hope that as arts consultants you will find this publication useful for your practice and your clients; or as arts mangers it will assist you to incorporate best practices within your arts organizations. Please help us extend the expertise provided by distributing this publication to your clients or other arts organizations and encourage their subscription.