Arts and Culture Workshops
Thank you for your interest in SHSM Arts & Culture workshops at the Sony Centre!
The next SHSM date will be announced soon – please see our past workshop offerings below.
May 11, 2017:
Participation includes one ticket per student to attend Eifman Ballet St. Petersburg: Red Giselle after the workshops. Experience Boris Eifman’s signature choreography filled with highly charged performances and searing routines with “exuberant theatricality, boldly expressive movement and extraordinary dancing.” – Vogue.
Work with Sony Centre’s Events and Sales Staff to participate in the engaging process of working with a client to book an event. Conduct a site inspection and learn how to activate large spaces.
Event Marketing & Social Media
Work with Sony Centre’s Marketing Staff to discover the secrets of social media strategy for business. Learn the industry tools used to create engaging content for diverse audiences and prospective patrons!
Makeup & Cosmetology
Work with makeup industry expert Sharon Burke to learn a 1920’s inspired makeup look in theme with the time period of Red Giselle. After a tutorial, students will work with partners using MAC makeup to transform each other into this period's look!
Work with a professional grant writer Adriano Sobretodo Jr. in an interactive workshop that will provide the skills every future arts worker needs to navigate the world of arts funding!
Schedule for May 11, 2017
1:30pm Arrival and Check-in
2:30pm-5:30pm Certification Workshops (choose one per participant)
5:30pm Dinner Break
7:00pm Pre-show Chat
8:00pm Eifman Ballet: Red Giselle
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
1 Front Street East, Toronto, ON M5E 1B2
View our SHSM Flyer here.
- Students must be accompanied/supervised by a teacher.
- Students are welcome to bring their own dinner. Off-site options are available to purchase dinner.
- Bookings will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis.
For more information, please contact Rachel Robbins, Education & Engagement Manager
416-368-6161 x 7143