CADA's Living a Creative Life October newsletter reports on Dr. Brittany Harker Martin's and Werklund School of Education's "new research, spurred by the Rozsa Foundation, investigating arts integration as a form of socially empowered learning, and an effective way to engage students."
If your arts organization is seeking to expand and diversify its Board of Directors, we urge you to consider appointing a Gen Y board member thorough the Rozsa F
You never know what the ultimate impact of a grant may be – from chairs to a Research Chair, in this case. In Prof. Flynn’s own words, “dancing is powerful medicine, in so many ways.”
Forget ghosts and ghouls; an umbrella, a yellow rabbit with rodeo boots, an usher, princess Island Park, a flood clean-up worker and more art and culture inspired costumed executive education students gathered at the University of Calgary’s downtown campus for the kick-off of the Rozsa Arts Management Program’s (RAMP) 2014-15 session.
The Halloween themed first day of the program is designed to quickly get participants acquainted with each other and everyone’s organization by dressing up in a costume representing or inspired by the institution they work for.
Congratulations to the new and returning board Chairs in October:
Adult Recreational Choir Society of Calgary: Christopher Tucker reappointed for another year.
Alberta Ballet: Dawn McDonald reappointed for another year.
Decidedly Jazz Danceworks: Erin Waite reappointed for another year.
Edmonton Musical Theatre: Joyce Mellott reappointed for another year.