Welcome to the new WorkInCulture

Posted: 12/09/2012 1:42:21 PM by WorkInCulture editor | with 0 comments

Welcome to WorkInCulture’s brand new website. We listened to what you told us you liked about our old site (easy to use, great Job Board, lots of useful downloadable information) and have, with this new design, tried to keep the best of the old while adding some new features.


Check out the new Course Board. We want to provide the arts and culture community with a central place to showcase training and career development opportunities that are designed for our crowd. So, if you have a course you are offering or you are looking to upgrade your skills, try it out.


We will by offering the first of our new series of online Crash Courses starting in October. The first one will cover Marketing and Promotion basics that will help you whether you are an individual artist or you work for a company or a non-profit organization.

The online courses complement our existing downloadable resources which we will be expanding.  If you aren’t familiar with what we offer, have a look. I was recently looking for a bit of inspiration (we are starting a new budget year and I am on the hunt for funding) and, lo and behold, found it in our own TIP SHEET: For Surviving or Thriving in Difficult Times. In particular, I was reminded that partnering, which is one of our strategic goals, is a good way to go when resources are scarce. So, if you have a business skills training project and think WorkInCulture might be a suitable partner, let’s talk.


If you aren’t already following us on Twitter, please do.  We are committed to focusing on what we do best – providing you with information, research and resources about business and career development skills that are relevant to the creative community (i.e. we won’t be sending you to the kitten sites, unless, of course, they are business cats!).

In future the whole WorkInCulture team (me, Susan, Karen and Andrew) will be blogging. We want to hear from you and will be posting regular polls. And you can always reach us at info@workinculture.ca.

Diane Davy
Executive Director
dianedavy@workinculture.ca



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