In Stories from the Inc., companies participating in Metcalf’s Creative Strategies Incubator share their work with the broader performing arts sector.
Click below to read, watch, and listen to the stories of our participating organizations.
Aluna Theatre will develop three new artistic outreach ‘channels’ designed to engage its communities and grow its audience base in person, online, and on the radio.
Volcano will re-enter the international touring arena, pursue global showcasing and networking opportunities, and rekindle relationships with venues
To generate revenue for their company, b current is launching artist-led professional development workshops and retreats targeted at the corporate sector.
Jumblies is partnering with established Toronto theatre companies to explore, document, and promote the connection between community-engaged and professional arts practice.
Art of Time Ensemble built an online hub around their company’s extensive archive of audio and digital recordings to generate revenue and strengthen their public profile.
The focus issue for the 2017 Learning Network is engaging audiences and building communities.
The focus issue for the 2016 Learning Network is providing greater opportunities for artistic work to achieve its potential.
The focus issue for the 2015 Learning Network is new approaches to, or alternative sources of, revenue.
The focus issue for the 2014 Learning Network is engaging audiences and building communities.
For our first Learning Network, which began in 2013, the focus issue is new approaches to, or alternative sources of, revenue.