Arts Advocacy and Girls without Hats and a Pentimento Salon

Yesterday was a great day bookended by a presentation and a workshop. I started my day talking to a room full of bright young things at George Brown – about theatre and why it is important and ended my day talking to a room full of writers, painters and filmmakers about art and why it is important, and how to share that with others. And in between ran into Chris from Small Print, postering for their next happening, Girls Without Hats.

I’ll start today talking about Arts Advocacy and the Upcoming Day at the City (more on that in another post) and end it talking about someone’s art and in between write press releases and finish a social media plan. Life is good. I’m not enjoying that as I write this it’s nearly seven a.m. and still dark, but such is the price we pay for good boots and red lipstick and great hats.

I’m going to this on Friday. Pentimento Salons are always a great time. Have a great day!

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