New Directions in Arts Administration: Who, What, Why & How New Directions in Arts Administration: Who, What, Why & How

Thursday, May 26, 2022

- EDT
Making a virtue of necessity: alternative online teaching environments
Annetta Latham
Annetta Latham
MacEwan University, Chair, Arts & Cultural Management Department, Coordinator Interdisciplinary Studies
Anne Frost
Anne Frost
Humber College, Program Coordinator and Professor

During the pandemic, professors have adopted tools that replace or improve upon classroom elements, such as Miro or Padlet in lieu of a blackboard or whiteboard, and Poll Everywhere or Kahoot to promote engagement on Zoom, as would a well-considered discussion in the classroom.
This practical session includes case story material of classroom and program elements that have been delivered online effectively via Gather.town, Kunstmatrix, and Sketch-Up, with “how-tos” and ideas about how to begin. Let’s make these available tools our own, modelling their appropriate use to peers and learners. Please join us for a session of play and learning!

Friday, May 27, 2022

- EDT
AAAE/ENCATC Global Conversation: Contending with Disruptions: Facing Crises Head On
Alan Salzenstein
Alan Salzenstein
DePaul University, Director of Performing Arts Management
Avril Joffe
Avril Joffe
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, Postgraduate Programme Coordinator / Cultural Policy and Management
Anne Frost
Anne Frost
Humber College, Program Coordinator and Professor
Federico Escribal
Federico Escribal
Argentinean Network of Cultural Management, National University of the Arts and the National University of Córdoba, lecturer and researcher
Alain Zedrick Camiling
Alain Zedrick Camiling
De La Salle- College of Saint Benilde, Chair of the Arts Management Program
Elena Borin
Elena Borin
ENCATC, Health and Life Sciences Department – Link Campus University (Rome, Italy), Board Member, Associate Professor
Sherri Helwig
Sherri Helwig
University of Toronto Scarborough - UTSC, Program Director, Arts Management

Join us for a lively discussion with Elena Borin (Italy), Federico Escribal (Argentina), Sherri Helwig (Canada), Avril Joffe (South Africa), and Alain Zedrick Camiling (Philippines) about how our international peers are contending with the crises that face us. This conversation will explore changes in our collective fields, from pedagogy through the transition from classrooms to the arts workforce. What can you take home from their experiences to augment your own practice?