WORKSHOP: Understanding Financial Statements

Thurs­day, May 18, 2017 at 3PM EST
Webinar

Have you attended an AGM and stared blankly at the Finan­cial State­ments while the trea­surer is giv­ing their report? Do the num­bers jump around the pages with­out telling a story?

Heather Young will walk any­one in your org (man­age­ment, junior staff, board mem­bers and vol­un­teers) through the process of read­ing and under­stand­ing Finan­cial Statements.

Please send ques­tions in advance.

To reg­is­ter, email Adri­ana at membership@mano-ramo.ca

About the Instructor

Heather Clara Young has worked in the field of arts man­age­ment for over twenty-five years. Her expe­ri­ence includes lead­er­ship roles with a vari­ety of arts and her­itage ser­vice orga­ni­za­tions, the­atre and dance pro­duc­ing com­pa­nies, gal­leries and muse­ums, facil­i­ties, fes­ti­vals and com­mu­nity orga­ni­za­tions, in both pro­fes­sional and vol­un­teer capac­i­ties. Before found­ing Young Asso­ciates in 1993, Heather had served as Gen­eral Man­ager for both Night­wood The­atre and the Fringe of Toronto Festival.

As the Prin­ci­pal of Young Asso­ciates, Heather has pro­vided book­keep­ing and con­sult­ing ser­vices to dozens of orga­ni­za­tions, and deliv­ered pro­fes­sional work­shops, train­ing and sem­i­nars on top­ics rang­ing from bud­get­ing to sales tax, to set­ting prices, to read­ing finan­cial state­ments. She has com­pleted busi­ness and strate­gic plan­ning assign­ments for an array of arts orga­ni­za­tions in Toronto and across South­ern Ontario, fre­quently in part­ner­ship with First Stage.

For 15 years, Heather has taught account­ing and finan­cial man­age­ment to diploma and con­tin­u­ing edu­ca­tion stu­dents in Hum­ber College’s Arts Admin­is­tra­tion pro­grams, and Humber’s Fundrais­ing and Vol­un­teer Man­age­ment Pro­gram. She was a 2004 recip­i­ent of Hum­ber College’s Con­tin­u­ing Edu­ca­tion Award of Excel­lence for Out­stand­ing Aca­d­e­mic Con­tri­bu­tion. In 2010, she was appointed to teach finance for the Uni­ver­sity of Toronto’s Spe­cial­ist Pro­gram in Arts Man­age­ment. In 2012, Heather was awarded the Sandy Tul­loch award for Inno­va­tion in Arts and Cul­ture by The­atre Ontario. 

Northern Ontario Media Arts Webinar

Pre­sented by the Ontario Arts Coun­cil in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the Media Arts Net­work of Ontario and Near North Mobile Media Lab

Date: Mon­day, March 27, 2017
Spaces Open & Refresh­ments: 6:00 PM EST
Webi­nar: 6:30 PM EST

To reg­is­ter please email membership@mano-ramo.ca and indi­cate if you will be attend­ing any of the in–person ses­sions at the loca­tions listed below.

This free webi­nar aims to share focused infor­ma­tion on Media Arts for north­ern Ontario artists and orga­ni­za­tions.  We will be dis­cussing the OAC’s grants and ser­vices, as well as MANO’s role and ser­vices within the provin­cial media arts sec­tor. Invited media arts orga­ni­za­tion Near North Mobile Media Lab will share with us their lat­est project encom­pass­ing six com­mu­ni­ties across north­ern Ontario.

This is a great way to learn about what is hap­pen­ing in media arts across north­ern Ontario. Local media artists have the oppor­tu­nity to net­work through local gatherings/viewing ses­sions in wheel­chair acces­si­ble loca­tions in:

Kenora
Kenora Pub­lic Library: Kee­watin Branch
221 Main St, Kee­watin, ON P0X 1C0

New Liskeard
Temiskam­ing Shores Pub­lic Library: New Liskeard Branch
50 White­wood Ave, New Likskeard, ON P0J 1P0

North Bay
Near North Mobile Media Lab
124 Main St E, North Bay, ON P1B 1A8

Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste Marie Pub­lic Library
50 East St, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 3C3

Sioux Look­out
Sioux Look­out Pub­lic Library
21 5th Ave, Sioux Look­out, ON P8T 1B3

Sud­bury
Cine­fest Sud­bury / CION
40 Larch St, Unit 103, Sud­bury, ON P3E 5M7
Please use the Elgin Street fac­ing entrance

Thun­der Bay
Lake­head Uni­ver­sity
Con­fer­ence Cen­tre
Con­fer­ence Room A
Cam­pus Map 2016 HIgh­lighted Directional

Please make sure to reg­is­ter before­hand at membership@mano-ramo.ca by let­ting us know if you will attend one of the in per­son ses­sions or by request­ing the web access instruc­tions. If you have any acces­si­bil­ity needs please do let us know in advance so that we can best accom­mo­date you.

Folks you’ll meet:

Ontario Arts Coun­cil Staff
Alana Forslund, North­west­ern Rep­re­sen­ta­tive
Christina Akrong, North­ern Arts Offi­cer
Mark Haslam, Media Arts Officer

MANO/RAMO Staff
Ben Donoghue, Direc­tor
Adri­ana Rosselli, Mem­ber­ship & Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Coordinator

Near North Mobile Media Lab Staff
Holly Cun­ning­ham, Exec­u­tive Direc­tor
Dig­i­tal Cre­ator Pro­gram Leads

CCA New Model Overview and Strategy Discussion

Tues­day March 14, 2017
4 PM EST
Con­nect at: https://mediaartsnetwork.adobeconnect.com/workshop

Within the new Canada Coun­cil for the Arts fund­ing model there are numer­ous changes that will affect how media arts groups apply for funds and how pro­grams will need to be struc­tured to take full advan­tage of the avail­able oppor­tu­ni­ties. In this webi­nar dis­cus­sion MANO staff, Ben Donoghue and Adri­ana Rosselli will pro­vide an overview of what we have learned so far and pos­si­ble strate­gic frame­works for max­i­miz­ing fund­ing for media arts orga­ni­za­tions and collectives.

Hamilton Media Arts Round Table

Pre­sented by MANO/RAMO in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Centre[3] for Print and Media Arts

Wednes­day Feb­ru­ary 8, 2017
7 PM
Centre[3] is located at 173 James Street North, Hamilton

The Media Arts Net­work of Ontario/Réseau des arts médi­a­tiques de l’Ontario is call­ing on all cul­tural work­ers and artists engaged with media arts (film/video/new media/games/sound/etc.) in Hamil­ton and sur­round­ing areas to gather for an infor­mal dis­cus­sion at Centre[3] on Feb­ru­ary 8th. This round-table fol­lows on a series of meet­ings held across Ontario by MANO on a rotat­ing basis. We would like to meet and dis­cuss the region’s chal­lenges, the cur­rent oppor­tu­ni­ties avail­able and the pos­si­bil­i­ties for future oppor­tu­ni­ties and collaborations.

For more infor­ma­tion or to RSVP, please con­tact Adri­ana at membership@mano-ramo.ca.

 

 

Annual General Meeting — January 11, 2017

MANO/RAMO’s Annual Gen­eral Meet­ing is sched­uled for Wednes­day, Jan­u­ary 11th, 2017 from 4:00 to 5:30 PM.

The meet­ing will take place through online con­fer­ence. To access the meet­ing room visit:
https://mediaartsnetwork.adobeconnect.com/agm11jan17/

Please ensure you type your full name and the one of your org/collective into the name box.

We also rec­om­mend the use of a head­set with micro­phone for bet­ter audio quality.

Attached you will find the:

Please note that only those orga­ni­za­tions in good stand­ing will be eli­gi­ble to vote. If you have any ques­tions about your eli­gi­bil­ity please email Adri­ana at membership@mano-ramo.ca.

Before the AGM, we will be host­ing Mark Haslam, Media Arts Offi­cer at the Ontario Arts Coun­cil. Mark will be giv­ing a pre­sen­ta­tion to the mem­ber­ship on apply­ing to the Media Arts Orga­ni­za­tions Pro­gram Feb­ru­ary 15 dead­line through NOVA, the OAC’s new online grant appli­ca­tion sys­tem. Just log into the Meet­ing Room at 3PM to participate.

WORKSHOP: Conducting Effective Performance Reviews

With Mike Rudolph

Tues­day, Octo­ber 11th, 2016
From 3:30 to 5pm EST / 1:30 to 3pm MT
Webinar

$10 MANO & AMAAS Mem­bers, $15 Non-Members, FREE for NIMAC Members

Reg­is­ter at membership@mano-ramo.ca

In this work­shop par­tic­i­pants will explore the do’s and don’ts of Per­for­mance Reviews and their impor­tance in build­ing and sus­tain­ing a pos­i­tive work envi­ron­ment for all.

The work­shop will clar­ify the process and expec­ta­tions of Per­for­mance Reviews while pro­vid­ing strate­gies that will enable you to deal with dif­fer­ent sit­u­a­tions and team mem­bers. Mike Rudolph will share valu­able tips on best prac­tices that will help you ensure the appraisal process is pos­i­tive, pro­duc­tive and supportive.

About the Instructor

Mike Rudolph is the Man­ager of Human Resources for the Toronto Inter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val. He over­sees the recruit­ment process for the orga­ni­za­tion, which includes the hir­ing of more than 600 staff mem­bers each year for the fes­ti­val in Sep­tem­ber. He is also respon­si­ble for the HR360 pro­fes­sional devel­op­ment pro­gramme, which includes devel­op­ing and deliv­er­ing in-house train­ing ses­sions and a suc­cess­ful men­tor­ship pro­gramme. Before begin­ning his career in HR, he was pre­vi­ously in the Tick­et­ing Ser­vices depart­ment of TIFF and man­aged the organization’s call cen­tre for more than 3 years.

Mike has a degree in Eng­lish Lit­er­a­ture from Con­cor­dia Uni­ver­sity. He com­pleted a cer­tifi­cate pro­gramme in Human Resources through Ryer­son Uni­ver­sity and holds the Cer­ti­fied Human Resources Pro­fes­sional (CHRP) des­ig­na­tion. An avid run­ner, Mike has com­pleted 4 marathons and is plan­ning on run­ning the Twin Cities Marathon this October.

Toronto’s Summer Media Arts Round-Table

Pre­sented by MANO/RAMO
Wednes­day, July 20 2016
6–8 PM

Tan­gled Art Gallery
401 Rich­mond Street West, Suite S-122

The Media Arts Net­work of Ontario is call­ing all cul­tural work­ers and artists engaged in the media arts in Toronto to gather for an infor­mal dis­cus­sion and refresh­ments at the new Tan­gled Art Gallery.

We wish to con­nect with Toronto’s media arts com­mu­nity to check-in about new devel­op­ments, chal­lenges, oppor­tu­ni­ties and hap­pen­ings. This is a great chance to share a drink and see each other. Any­thing that is in your minds is up for discussion.

Please rsvp by Tues­day, July 19, to membership@mano-ramo.ca so that we know how much food to order.

WORKSHOP: The Hiring Process

with Mike Rudolph

***NEW DATE*** Tues­day, July 12
3:30 to 5:30 PM EST
Webi­nar

This work­shop will focus on the hir­ing process from cre­at­ing com­plete and attrac­tive job post­ings to con­duct­ing inter­views and mak­ing your final hir­ing deci­sions. Learn how to screen can­di­dates and ask mean­ing­ful ques­tions that will give you the best deci­sion mak­ing tools.

About the Instructor

Mike Rudolph is the Man­ager of Human Resources for the Toronto Inter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val. He over­sees the recruit­ment process for the orga­ni­za­tion which includes the hir­ing of more than 600 staff mem­bers each year for the fes­ti­val in Sep­tem­ber. He is also respon­si­ble for the HR360 pro­fes­sional devel­op­ment pro­gramme which includes devel­op­ing and deliv­er­ing in-house train­ing ses­sions and a suc­cess­ful men­tor­ship pro­gramme.  Before begin­ning his career in HR, he was pre­vi­ously in the Tick­et­ing Ser­vices depart­ment of TIFF and man­aged the organization’s call cen­tre for more than 3 years.

Mike has a degree in Eng­lish Lit­er­a­ture from Con­cor­dia Uni­ver­sity. He com­pleted a cer­tifi­cate pro­gramme in Human Resources through Ryer­son Uni­ver­sity and holds the Cer­ti­fied Human Resources Pro­fes­sional (CHRP) des­ig­na­tion.  An avid run­ner, Mike has com­pleted 4 marathons and is plan­ning on run­ning the Twin Cities Marathon this October.

WORKSHOP: Understanding the Balance Sheet and the Relationship of CADAC with Accounting Records

with Heather Young

Tues­day, May 10, 2016
3:30 to 5:30 PM EST
Webinar

Free for NIMAC Mem­bers
$10 for MANO and AMAAS Members

Do you stare blankly at the Bal­ance Sheet and have no idea what it is telling you? Do strug­gle when report­ing your finan­cial data in CADAC?

This webi­nar will give you the nec­es­sary tools to under­stand the story that the Bal­ance Sheet tells about your organization.

Addi­tion­ally, we will dis­cuss the ways in which CADAC, your account­ing records and finan­cial state­ments inter­sect. From the best way to set up your books to com­mu­ni­cate with CADAC to the tricks used to under­stand this com­plex form, the ses­sion will make you more con­fi­dent when work­ing with these key doc­u­ments and forms.

To reg­is­ter, email membership@mano-ramo.ca

About the Instructor

Heather Clara Young has worked in the field of arts man­age­ment for over twenty-five years. Her expe­ri­ence includes lead­er­ship roles with a vari­ety of arts and her­itage ser­vice orga­ni­za­tions, the­atre and dance pro­duc­ing com­pa­nies, gal­leries and muse­ums, facil­i­ties, fes­ti­vals and com­mu­nity orga­ni­za­tions, in both pro­fes­sional and vol­un­teer capac­i­ties. Before found­ing Young Asso­ciates in 1993, Heather had served as Gen­eral Man­ager for both Night­wood The­atre and the Fringe of Toronto Festival.

As the Prin­ci­pal of Young Asso­ciates, Heather has pro­vided book­keep­ing and con­sult­ing ser­vices to dozens of orga­ni­za­tions, and deliv­ered pro­fes­sional work­shops, train­ing and sem­i­nars on top­ics rang­ing from bud­get­ing to sales tax, to set­ting prices, to read­ing finan­cial state­ments. She has com­pleted busi­ness and strate­gic plan­ning assign­ments for an array of arts orga­ni­za­tions in Toronto and across South­ern Ontario, fre­quently in part­ner­ship with First Stage.

For 15 years, Heather has taught account­ing and finan­cial man­age­ment to diploma and con­tin­u­ing edu­ca­tion stu­dents in Hum­ber College’s Arts Admin­is­tra­tion pro­grams, and Humber’s Fundrais­ing and Vol­un­teer Man­age­ment Pro­gram. She was a 2004 recip­i­ent of Hum­ber College’s Con­tin­u­ing Edu­ca­tion Award of Excel­lence for Out­stand­ing Aca­d­e­mic Con­tri­bu­tion. In 2010, she was appointed to teach finance for the Uni­ver­sity of Toronto’s Spe­cial­ist Pro­gram in Arts Man­age­ment. In 2012, Heather was awarded the Sandy Tul­loch award for Inno­va­tion in Arts and Cul­ture by The­atre Ontario.