Magnus Theatre Teams up with ArtsBuild Ontario Energy Conservation Program Update
We are happy to welcome Magnus Theatre of Thunder Bay to our Energy Conservation Program. Known as Northwestern Ontarioâ€™s professional theatre company, Magnus has been staging wide-ranging productions for over 40 years, with a focus on emerging Canadian works.
Magnus Theatre is in the renovated Central School, a charming, designated heritage building, and a purpose-built addition. Magnus staff has identified high utility bills as their sore spot.
ArtsBuild's Energy Conservation Program is addressing this very concern by providing a subsidized energy audit that identifies the best energy savings opportunities.
In addition, ArtsBuild and the energy auditor help participants understand available funding and incentive options. ArtsBuild can also help with planning for implementation of the most desirable facility improvement projects.
Find Energy Savings with ArtsBuild's Energy Conservation Workshop - March 26
REGISTER TODAY for Natural Resources Canadaâ€™s very practical Dollars to $ense energy management workshop on March 26. This special workshop has been customized for the arts sector. Offered at CSI Spadina in Toronto, the workshop is also live-streamed so that those unable to make it in person can participate. Only offered live. Don't miss it!
Dollars to $ense covers:
Current best practices and tips you can implement right away
Ways to improve energy efficiency using specific arts facilities examples
Review opportunities to save money through energy conservation
Who should attend?
Arts organizations that want to reign in their operating costs by making their energy management more efficient and effective
Leaders responsible for creative spaces including theatres, galleries, concert halls, museums and other arts facilities, big and small
Those that are interested in making energy conservation changes to their facility but donâ€™t know where to start
WHEN: Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 9 am â€“ 1 pm WHERE: In-person at Centre for Social Innovation (CSI), 215 Spadina â€“ 4th floor in the Innovation Lab and live-streamed online. If you canâ€™t make the trip to the workshop, simply log on from your computer and watch the entire presentation live. HOW TO PARTICIPATE:REGISTER HERE to attend in person or watch from the comfort of your computer!