On the Road is inspired by The Presenter’s Handbook and the There and Back Guidebook, originally published through the Touring Office of the Canada Council for the Arts in the early 1990s. In 2004, through the financial resources of the Canada Council and the Department of Canadian Heritage’s Arts Presentation Canada, a team was put together to […]
Master Tour is the premier software solution for tour management and logistics. Our software is battle-tested by professionals who make their living on the road. With Master Tour you can organize your itinerary, travel, production, accounting and more in one application. Work on or offline and share critical information with your crew in real-time. Master […]
atvenu.com The atVenu app allows you to digitally track your sales for soundscan. atVenu fundamentally believes artists, venues, festivals, promoters – in fact everyone – involved in the live event industry can make more money from their merchandise business than they currently do using 30 year old systems, broken spreadsheets, and email. The financial impact […]
A PRO (Performance Rights Organization) administers the performing rights associated with a musical work, on behalf of composers, lyricists, songwriters and music publishers. Performance royalties are paid by radio stations, venues, and TV networks to Performing Rights Organizations like ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, and SOCAN who then distribute the money to their affiliated songwriters and publishers.
The Jay Treaty, signed in 1794 between Great Britain and the United States, provides that American Indians may travel freely across the international boundary. Under the treaty and corresponding legislation, Native Indians born in Canada are entitled to freely enter the United States for the purpose of employment, study, retirement, investing, and/or immigration. READ MORE HERE
Long Bio – around 500 words (3 paragraphs) Short Bio – around 50-75 words (2-3 sentences) 1 portrait pictures in low res, web-ready (72 or 98dpi) high res, print-ready (300dpi) 1 Horizontal picture in low res, web-ready (72 or 98dpi) high res, print-ready (300dpi) Links to live video (optional but desired) 2 Press Quotes Stage […]
The Travel Grants for Aboriginal Collaborative Projects program provides support for Aboriginal artists to travel to other Aboriginal communities to collaborate in a traditional or contemporary artistic practice. This is a multidisciplinary program that is open to individual Aboriginal artists, arts groups, artists’ collectives and arts organizations. The program encourages social and community environments that […]