The Canadian New Music Network (CNMN) is a membership-based organization connecting and representing everyone involved in Canadian music and sound creation. CNMN's ambition is to gather all Canadian composers, performers, ensembles, orchestras, administrators, service organizations, production companies, presenters, record labels, music educators, music media, musicologists from coast-to-coast and reaching out to members abroad.
People from many cultures and practices create new music in Canada. CNMN’s activities reflect our belief and enthusiasm for the value and benefits of new music for both for individuals and communities as a means of expression and listening. CNMN members practice a vibrant range of musical and/or sonic practices and interests, be they performative or contemplative, live or mediated, professional or enthusiast. CNMN brings us together, catalyzes initiatives and creates resources for a dynamic and nurturing creative environment.
Date Posted: October 24, 2023Application Deadline: January 15, 2024Start Date: February 2024Province: Quebec or Ontario — other provinces consideredCity: Montréal or Toronto — other cities consideredOrganization’s Field/Discipline: The ArtsTerm: February 1, 2024 — January 31, 2025 and ongoingCareer Level: Upper management ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION The Canadian New Music Network (CNMN) / Réseau canadien pour les musiques… Read more »
CNMN and Music on Main’s Modulus Festival invite you to a conversation envisioning Sustainable Futures for music and sound artists and organizations, arts workers and audiences. TIME CHANGE! 2:30 — 4:30 PM, November 6, 2023The Roundhouse | 181 Roundhouse Mews Rachel Iwaasa and Julie Andreyev will present their sustainability-related projects to launch us into a discussion… Read more »
November 6, 2023 - Sustainable Futures — Vancouver Meeting
CNMN and Music on Main’s Modulus Festival invite you to a conversation envisioning Sustainable Futures for music and sound artists and organizations, arts workers and audiences.
- How can music and sound organizations support artistic works and initiatives that both promote greater awareness of climate issues and engage in the authoring of a healthier world?
- How is language and policy shifting to address the impact of climate on music and sound practice and presentation?
- What tools and support can arts organizations like CNMN offer to support the continued relevance and viability of our sector?What is reasonable or radical?
- How can we as individuals and as a community process and move through the challenging emotions that transformation and sustainability may evoke: from (eco)grief, complacency, complicity, to overwhelm and isolation.
- How do we ground our organizations and ourselves in practical optimism, taking tangible steps towards a more sustainable world?
Participants will include presenters, funding organizations, artists and researchers from and for a broad range of creative music and sound practices and audiences. For more on our ongoing series of Sustainable Futures Conversations, please check out the Report.
Please RSVP to Terri Hron at firstname.lastname@example.org
TIME CHANGE: 2:30 — 4:30 PM, November 6, 2023
The Roundhouse | 181 Roundhouse Mews
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