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Reconciliation Statements Webinar

2-Part Webinar Series: Reconciliation Statements with Albert McLeod

FREE for MAN Members; $10 for Non-Members


Part 1: Wednesday, May 25th at 2pm – Non-Member Registration
Part 2: Tuesday, June 21st at 2pm – Non-Member Registration

Reconciliation Statements are an important addition for all arts & culture organizations. Reconciliation Statements allow for your organization to establish purposeful actions towards reconciliation and help to enhance the relationships being fostered within your community, while also addressing such Calls to Action as: 

Missing Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls Calls to Justice: Ensure that all Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQ+ people are provided with access to their cultures and languages in order to restore, reclaim and revitalize their cultures and identities.

TRC Calls to Action: Be properly reflective of the diverse cultures, languages, and perspectives of Indigenous peoples, including, but not limited to: Increasing Indigenous programming, including Indigenous-language speakers.

In this session Albert McLeod will discuss Reconciliation Statements, what they are, how to create one, and why they should be an important part of the forward facing identity of your presenting organization. At the end of the session participants will go away with the confidence to draft their own statements.

Albert has worked with many organizations including MAN. Albert coached us in the creation of our Decolonization and Reconciliation statement/commitment along with our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement, in order to make them more meaningful and actionable. Check them out here

PART 2 – Participants will email their Reconciliation Statement drafts to Albert before the 2nd session, where a few examples will be chosen (based on consent) to review during the session.

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Access Reconciliation Statement Examples from other organizations HERE

Examples sourced from:

  • Creative Manitoba
  • City of Winnipeg
  • Manitoba Arts Network
  • Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitob

Budgeting for Presenters

Budgeting and Business Cases for Presenters with Nicholas Beach

FREE for MAN Members; $10 for Non-Members

Wednesday, June 15th at 2pm – Non-Member Registration

From start to finish we will go through the budgeting process for presenters. The workshop will start with building a business case for a presentation/performance during the early offer stage to best determine expenses, potential revenue and ticket prices. We will also explore building a season budget and tracking the expenses, ticket sales, and revenue throughout the season.

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