"I love this program. I feel really lucky to be a part of it. It's a great thing to be developing contacts with our peers across the disciplines and the country. I love getting to see each other once or twice a year and build relationships that will only strengthen with time."

Ann-Marie Williams, CanDance Network, participant

TSP at Festival (506)

 

   Festival 506

 

About The Succession Plan Program

Through its mentorship and peer network development program, The Succession Plan (TSP), CAPACOA reaches out to emerging and mid-career presenters, arts administrators, managers, agents and other industry professionals, seeking to strengthen core competencies, provide leadership development and equip them with the tools and resources necessary to be active participants in the development of arts and culture in their community.

The Succession Plan (TSP) is a mentorship and peer network development program for emerging and mid-career presenters and other performing arts professionals. The program seeks to strengthen core competencies, provide leadership development and equip participants with the tools and resources necessary to be active participants in the development of arts and culture in their community.

The TSP comprises two components embedded in Festival 506:

  • One-on-one mentorship with leaders from the national performing arts community;
  • Opportunities to network with peers in small and in larger groups to discuss the new realities of working in the arts;
  • Access to showcases or performances and to other value-adding programming via the integration of the program with a host presenters’ conference or arts festival.

 

The Succession Plan is an opportunity for emerging arts leaders from across the country and artistic disciplines to engage with a national network of peers – a vehicle for exchange and learning, enabling anyone to access the expertise that exists in the CAPACOA community.

To date, we have delivered successful TSP programs at 27+ conferences and events over more than five years. The program has benefited more than 100 arts professionals (mentors and mentees) who continue to use TSP tools and networks to further develop their cultural careers.

Applicants

The program is open to emerging and mid-career presenters, agents, managers, arts administrators and other arts professionals from across the country. We will accept five (5) participants to The Succession Plan program at the 2016 edition of Festival (506).

Applicants to the TSP program should meet the following criteria:

  1. Be currently employed/working in the performing arts;
  2. Have a minimum of 3 years professional experience in the arts;
  3. Ability to attend and fully participate in Festival (506) from Thursday, October 13th to Sunday, October 16th in Miramichi, NB (Participants must be fully registered for the Festival).

There is no additional cost to take part in the TSP, however participants must be fully registered for Festival (506). For any questions about registration, please contact Music New Brunswick.

 

Application and Selection Process

Music New Brunswick is now accepting applications for The Succession Plan (TSP), which will be delivered during Festival (506).

Those interested can apply by returning an application form to Tanya Gallant by Friday, September 30th at tanya@cameleonproductions.ca.

General information on the TSP program

 

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