I’ve written about the Encore! Dance Hall of Fame in another post but as we get closer to this years event, I will be unveiling some of the video content we have produced for the event and website. Dance Collection Danse will be inducting Karen Kain, C.C. along with 9 … Continue Reading Karen Kain, C.C.
This week we launched the second instalment of “What’s the Big Idea” with arts journalist and radio host, Laurie Brown. The show was moderated by musician Joe Lapinski. It was one of those moments when you put two artists together who are familiar with each other’s work, but have never … Continue Reading Laurie Brown talks about the night…
One of the projects that is very close to my heart is the Encore! Dance Hall of Fame. It was launched last year at the Globe and Mail Centre with the goal to celebrate Canadian dance artists who have contributed a body of work that has significantly imprinted the cultural landscape … Continue Reading Encore! Dance Hall of Fame
Ian Brown’s book “Sixty” is a candid, humorous sometimes brutal account of his first year as a 60-year old man. Brown wonders why we look upon ageing as a failure? Think about it, how many times do see a picture of someone over 50 and say, “They look great!” Or … Continue Reading Sixty
Last week, Canada made history when it officially legalized cannabis. Though there are many questions as to how this rolls out (pardon the pun), the cannabis industry will have a significant impact economically, medically and socially. In the launch of the series, “What’s the Big Idea” (which I wrote about … Continue Reading Ian Brown talks about cannabis.
What’s the Big Idea is a project I am associated with as Director of Content. That means sourcing and scheduling the amazing line up of speakers. A collaboration between Armstrong Strategy Group and Henry of Pelham Winery, the big idea is to bring together an eclectic and engaging group of speakers … Continue Reading What’s the Big Idea?
Last week we launched a video for a new client, “Toronto Lawyers Feed the Hungry.” An amazing organization founded in 1998, with the mandate that not only should lawyers feed the hungry but clients will be served in the austere surroundings at Osgoode Hall with table service – restaurant style … Continue Reading Toronto Lawyers Feed the Hungry
Your story, we all have one. It could be the story of your business, your non-profit, your passion project. Telling your story from a first-person perspective is a powerful way to connect with a new audience and engage current followers. We are in an era of unparalleled means of communication. … Continue Reading What’s Your Story?