Public Engagement Committee Report – Dec 2014


The CNMN Pub­lic Engage­ment Com­mit­tee was formed in the 2012–13 sea­son. Hav­ing evolved out of the Youth Com­mit­tee (2009–12), the Pub­lic Engage­ment Com­mit­tee seeks to address the range and scope of issues regard­ing Pub­lic Engage­ment and New Music across Cana­da. We all do Pub­lic Engage­ment — so, what are we already doing? Who do we under­stand as our pub­lic? What are our suc­cess sto­ries in Pub­lic Engage­ment? How can we as a com­mu­ni­ty reach more, dif­fer­ent, diverse publics?

Com­mit­tee mem­bers include Tawnie Olson, Jen­nifer War­ing and Louise Camp­bell (com­mit­tee chair).

We wel­come more com­mit­tee mem­bers! We need peo­ple from across the coun­try to pitch in, give their two cents worth, and give us a Cana­da-wide per­spec­tive. If you want to join the Pub­lic Engage­ment Com­mit­tee, we want your ideas!

Please con­tact Louise Camp­bell for more information:

Read past bul­letin entries from this committee:

I.S.S. Is Some­body Singing – 16th edition
Toronto’s New Music 101 – 16th edition
Youth/Music Edu­ca­tion Com­mit­tee Reports (p. 5–6) – 13th edi­tion (pdf)


Direct link: Pub­lic Engage­ment Com­mit­tee Report — Dec 2014
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