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KPMB: Virtual initiatives our clients are sharing with their online communities

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April 20, 2020

We have been following our clients closely, and are really proud of what they are sharing with their online communities. Here are some of the amazing virtual initiatives!

Our following clients have partnered with FIELD TRIP: Art Across Canada is a new online platform to deliver arts experiences with some of Canada’s most celebrated artists in a National partnership with leading arts organizations.

– Contemporary Calgary hosted one of the first sessions with artist duo @hermeticferns who provide a walkthrough on how to make your own hinged paper puppet of a praying mantis

– Remai Modern shared a tutorial by Lawren Harris on a pop-up card activity

– The Power Plant Gallery (TBD) 

Contemporary Calgary 
Has come out with two weekly challenges – Art where you are:  #CCInstructionChallenge  and #FourWordsChallenge  

Gardiner Museum 
– #GardinerFromHomesearch their collection and research via the Gardiner eMuseum and Online Exhibitions
– Start Creating: make salt clay and colour the collection  

Ottawa Art Gallery  
Will be sharing artwork to help you unwind, reflect, discover and enjoy various pieces from the OAG collections digitally #OAGfromhome / #LaGAOàdistance 

Canada’s National Ballet School 
Is offering dance classes from your home  

Royal Conservatory TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning / Koerner Hall
Is hosting an Online Concert Series, which will feature weekly releases of previously live-streamed shows, as well as the Toronto Symphony Orchestra who is sharing IG Live performances by their musicians #TSOatHome  

TIFF Bell Lightbox  
Stay-at-Home Cinema: is offering a weekly schedule of recommended films on Crave  

The Globe and Mail
Is hosting digital MarTech Mornings live panels

Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
Munk Dialogues in partnership with The Globe and Mail, offering live video conversations