Wed., Feb. 12 | TAP Centre for Creativity

Ontario Arts Council Info Session

Maura will introduce the funding programs at the Ontario Arts Council and the OAC’s priorities. She will guide you on how to find the best program for your project and provide tips on how to make a strong application.
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Ontario Arts Council Info Session

Time & Location

Feb. 12, 2020, 2:00 p.m.
TAP Centre for Creativity, 203 Dundas Street, London, ON, Canada

About The Event

As part of our Creative Hub workshops, Join Maura Broadhurst from the Ontario Arts Council for this free session that will introduce the funding programs at the Ontario Arts Council and the OAC’s priorities.  She will guide you on how to find the best program for your project and provide tips on how to make a strong application.

You can learn about how juries are put together and the decision-making process and the session will be followed by a question and answer period.

Maura Broadhurst is the Cross-Sectoral Associate Officer at the Ontario Arts Council. She manages the Arts Service Organizations programs as well as other project programs in the discipline and activity sections of the Council.  Prior to this position, she was the Arts Investment Fund Officer at the Ontario Arts Council from 2011 to 2013.  From 1999 to 2011 Maura was the Curator at the Latcham Gallery, the public art gallery in Stouffville, Ontario. She has also worked at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection as an Educator and Program Coordinator, London Regional Art & Historical Museums, the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga, Canadian Stage Company and Desrosiers Dance Theatre.  Maura taught courses in Museum Studies and Contemporary Curatorial Practices at the University of Western Ontario In London.  She received her Bachelor’s from the University of Waterloo with a major in Art History and a specialization in Arts Administration.  She then continued her studies at Concordia University where she received her Master’s of Arts and wrote her thesis, Strategic Spaces: Towards a Genealogy of Women-Only Art Spaces in Canada.

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