Creative Works Conference connects over 200 professionals from Ontario’s arts, creative, cultural and heritage sector, to explore trends that will impact creative work and the creative community. Creative works encourages partnership among cultural workers at different levels of their careers, including students, creative entrepreneurs and workers in for-profit industries, non-profit organizations and government agencies. Given the feedback from 150 survey responses collected since January 2018, this year’s theme is: Engagement.
The Creative Works audience is motivated by collaboration, growth in the sector, innovation, and 21st century trends. By engaging with this vital community, sponsors get the opportunity to demonstrate support and gain access to new relationships with a group that is driven by success and invested in developing solutions, improving sustainability and enhancing capacity building.
WHO YOU’LL REACH AT CREATIVE WORKS:
Audience Demographic: Over 200 professionals from the ages of 18 to 75 working independently and/or collectively from different disciplines in Ontario’s arts and cultural sector.
Individuals: Creative entrepreneurs, arts administrators, arts educators, public sector workers, artists from all disciplines, and post-secondary students.
Organizations: For-profit creative industries, non-profit arts organization, non-profit arts service organizations, and government agencies.
Career Level: Student/entry level, intermediate, middle management, upper management, and executive.
Industries & Sectors: Visual and applied arts, live and performing arts film, television, interactive digital media, recorded music, book and magazine publishing industries.
Works/lives in: Toronto, GTA, and across Ontario.
Personality: creative, innovative, trendy, artistic, modern, contemporary, progressive, diverse, educated, collaborative, friendly, open-minded, and engaging.
WHO YOU'LL REACH:
Over 269,000 Ontarians work in the cultural sector in Ontario. That’s 3.8% of total Ontario employment. (OAC’s Quick Stats on the Arts).
$25.7 billion annually is the amount that the arts and culture in Ontario directly contribute to the provincial economy. That’s 3.5% of Ontario’s GDP. (OAC’s Quick Stats on the Arts).
We’re also happy to develop a package that works for you if the above packages do not peak your interest.
WorkInCulture, Humber School of Creative & Performing Arts, Humber School of Media Studies & Information Technology and Humber School of Community & Social Services are appreciative of the support from all sponsors of the Creative Works Conference 2019. Thank you!
Want to show your support to the creative community?
Contact Mona Afshari at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-340-0086