WHAT ARE THE COMPONENTS OF THE OPERA IMPACT PLATFORM?
OPERA IMPACT PLATFORM
AOC’s OIP is based on the Opera Civic Impact Framework, developed by and for the opera sector, tracking Artistic Experience, Education, Accessibility, Community and Truth and Reconciliation
Stay tuned for our first ever full sector opera impact report to be released fall 2022!
Resilience – everyone is talking about it, everyone wants it, but what is it exactly is it and how do you know when you have it?
As part of our strategic plan, we are engaged with the sector in organizational change efforts to build back better.
Association for Opera in Canada has developed the first ever Resilience Framework for the Arts, tracking a series of indicators that relate to an organization’s commitments to Equity, New Works/Innovation, and Decent Work Environments.
The Recovery Dashboard tracks the recovery of the opera sector using live StatsCan data that compares the live performing arts sector to industry aggregates since the pandemic regarding jobs, GDP, and business conditions. An essential advocacy tool!
READ MORE ABOUT THE OPERA IMPACT PLATFORM PROJECT
For Immediate Release January 6, 2020 At the start of their milestone 20th Anniversary, Opera.ca announced the Opera Civic Impact Framework, a result of their 5-year strategic plan called “Charting Our Civic Impact”. Developed in conjunction with Good Roots Consulting…
A collaboration with Mass Culture What would an Arts Impact Community look like? What would it need to gain buy-in and be shaped by its users, to be an equitable learning resource and system of support, to have a culture…
THIS PROJECT IS SUPPORTED BY AN ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION GRANT FROM THE DIGITAL STRATEGY FUND OF THE CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS
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