Jan
29
Mon
Niagara Funders’ Round Tables @ Fallsview Casino Resort
Jan 29 – Jan 30 all-day

The Niagara Funders’ Alliance is a partnership of private, public and corporate sector funders who work collaboratively for the well-being of the community by sharing knowledge and information related to community resources, needs, priorities and trends.

You are invited to sector-specific Funders’ Round Table Sessions.

These sessions will be hosted by multiple funders and will provide you information regarding their funding priorities, how to apply, etc. Please register for each session you wish to attend.

For a full list of funders that will be present at each session, please click “Register”.

Monday, January 29th, 2018

  • Social Services Sector (10am – 12pm)
  • Arts & Culture (1:30pm – 3:30pm)
  • Sports & Recreation (6pm – 8pm)

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

  • Environmental Sector (10am – 12pm)
  • Grant Writing Workshop (1:30pm – 3:30pm)

Parking in the Casino parking garage is complimentary from Niagara Casinos.

These sessions are hosted by the Niagara Funders’ Alliance.

Jan
30
Tue
Taking it to the Next Level: Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAMS) Summit 2018 @ The Royal Ontario Museum
Jan 30 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

The co-chairs of the Ottawa Declaration Working Group, Guy Berthiaume, Librarian and Archivist of Canada, and John McAvity, president of the Canadian Museum Association, invite you to participate in the second Summit, “Taking it to the Next Level: GLAM Summit 2018.”

Building on last year’s Summit on the Value of GLAMS, “Taking it to the Streets,” this year’s conference will be an interactive day of discussion drawing on the following themes:

  • Communities: How can collaborative relationships among GLAMS benefit local communities, as well as provide greater opportunities for building links and fostering community identity?
  • Indigenous peoples: How can GLAMs work more closely with Indigenous peoples to renew relationships that are based on mutual understanding and respect?
  • Private sector: How can GLAMS work with the private sector to encourage greater innovation?
  • Government priorities: How can GLAMS advance their interests vis-à-vis various levels of government?

Drawing from both panellists and participants, the “Taking it to the Next Level” Summit will develop a collective approach to strategic collaboration and visibility.

Speakers will include Senator Patricia E. Bovey, Daphne Wood (Greater Victoria Public Library), Robert Spickler (formerly of the Canadian Conference of the Arts), Andrea Cohen Barrack (TD Corporation) and Chris Kitzan (Canadian Aviation and Space Museum), among others.

Discussions will provide the opportunity to explore how GLAMS can demonstrate their value beyond the immediate sector.

This event is hosted by Library and Archives Canada.

Niagara Knowledge Exchange & Community Calendar

Jan
29
Mon
Niagara Funders’ Round Tables @ Fallsview Casino Resort
Jan 29 – Jan 30 all-day

The Niagara Funders’ Alliance is a partnership of private, public and corporate sector funders who work collaboratively for the well-being of the community by sharing knowledge and information related to community resources, needs, priorities and trends.

You are invited to sector-specific Funders’ Round Table Sessions.

These sessions will be hosted by multiple funders and will provide you information regarding their funding priorities, how to apply, etc. Please register for each session you wish to attend.

For a full list of funders that will be present at each session, please click “Register”.

Monday, January 29th, 2018

  • Social Services Sector (10am – 12pm)
  • Arts & Culture (1:30pm – 3:30pm)
  • Sports & Recreation (6pm – 8pm)

Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

  • Environmental Sector (10am – 12pm)
  • Grant Writing Workshop (1:30pm – 3:30pm)

Parking in the Casino parking garage is complimentary from Niagara Casinos.

These sessions are hosted by the Niagara Funders’ Alliance.

Jan
30
Tue
Taking it to the Next Level: Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAMS) Summit 2018 @ The Royal Ontario Museum
Jan 30 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

The co-chairs of the Ottawa Declaration Working Group, Guy Berthiaume, Librarian and Archivist of Canada, and John McAvity, president of the Canadian Museum Association, invite you to participate in the second Summit, “Taking it to the Next Level: GLAM Summit 2018.”

Building on last year’s Summit on the Value of GLAMS, “Taking it to the Streets,” this year’s conference will be an interactive day of discussion drawing on the following themes:

  • Communities: How can collaborative relationships among GLAMS benefit local communities, as well as provide greater opportunities for building links and fostering community identity?
  • Indigenous peoples: How can GLAMs work more closely with Indigenous peoples to renew relationships that are based on mutual understanding and respect?
  • Private sector: How can GLAMS work with the private sector to encourage greater innovation?
  • Government priorities: How can GLAMS advance their interests vis-à-vis various levels of government?

Drawing from both panellists and participants, the “Taking it to the Next Level” Summit will develop a collective approach to strategic collaboration and visibility.

Speakers will include Senator Patricia E. Bovey, Daphne Wood (Greater Victoria Public Library), Robert Spickler (formerly of the Canadian Conference of the Arts), Andrea Cohen Barrack (TD Corporation) and Chris Kitzan (Canadian Aviation and Space Museum), among others.

Discussions will provide the opportunity to explore how GLAMS can demonstrate their value beyond the immediate sector.

This event is hosted by Library and Archives Canada.

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