Photo: Yolanda Bonnell and Natasha Greenblatt, The Election, Fall 2019
A selection of some current and past projects to allow you to get a sense of what I do and who I've worked with. Click here for upcoming projects.
LandMarks2017/ Repères2017 - a series of new multidisciplinary art projects, inspired by nature and taking place in communities located in or close to Canada’s national parks. A nationally acclaimed curatorial team will lead and inspire established, professional artists and art students in the creation of new works. Projects may include site-specific installations and sculptures, pop-up art exhibitions and performances. Online, at LandMarks2017.ca, Canadians will be invited to learn, play and participate in a national dialogue about our shared future. Canada at 150 is an opportunity to examine our collective histories and have a dialogue about our shared future. LandMarks2017 will ignite this dialogue through art. June, 2017 across Canada
Possibly our forte! We crafted press releases for the following companies and sent them out to our extensive media list. We did follow-up calls and media wrangling to ensure that our shows were previewed and our creators/ performers had a chance to speak about their work during interviews. If you're feeling a bit skittish at the thought of speaking to the media, don't be because we can provide media training so you can speak with confidence and truly shine! On the big night we will be there managing the media desk and we will be in touch with the media to pass along the media kit and ensure the the review actually gets published.
Whether your budget is modest or you have serious marketing dough we will create a marketing strategy for your show based on who your target audience is. Click here to read more about our social media and communications services.
SISTER MARY'S A DYKE?! CAHOOTS THEATRE COMPANY
CHING CHONG CHINAMAN - fuGEN THEATRE COMPANY
4.48 PSYCHOSIS - NECESSARY ANGEL
PROUD by Michael Healey
AWAKE - EXPECT THEATRE
MEASURING TAPE GIRL
A short film directed and written by P. Marco Veltri, Measuring Tape Girl screened as part of Culture Days 2011, needing social media and other online promo as well as a specific invitation list to industry leaders. An examination of self-image and indecisiveness. A young woman approaching her 30s turns to posting online videos as a means of expressing her doubts and fears. Creating an alter ego named 'Measuring Tape Girl', she measures herself against others and before anyone rejects her, she does it herself.
MIGHTY BRAVE PRODUCTIONS
With 11 years of experience as the Creative Producer, Director, and Owner of Mighty Brave Productions/Dufferson Herman Arts Umbrella, Lisa Wegner’s expertise is in her ability to find, inspire and work well with creative professionals. She seeks out authenticity in storytelling and creates a nurturing and respectful environment for her creatives, cast and crew. Lisa needed a thread to tie together he many projects, including film screenings in Phoenix and a gallery exhibition in Toronto, resulting in the creation of www.lisaismightybrave.com.
NINJATEK CD RELEASE PARTY
Toronto mainstay Ninja Funk Orchestra is thrilled to announce after months of creative collaboration the creation of NinjaTek, a hybrid music that combines indie rock, electronica, drum 'N' bass, dubstep, funk, ska, jazz improvisation, and hard rock – an energetic new voice on the Toronto music scene. Work for the band included press release dissemination and creation, media follow-up, interview search and secure and social media disssemination.
PAX CHRISTI CHORALE
needed assistance in filling Koerner Hall for their concert in May - we sold out the house with freshened social media, brand, and traditional and new methods of advertising.
LISA ANITA WEGNER
"Some Assembly Required" a premier art showing of Lisa's pixel paintings included web and social media marketing, as well as gallery space procurement and resulted in work selling the first night.
IN THE ARTS COMMUNITY
ArtsVote was reformed in the fall of 2009 with two critical goals for the 2010 Toronto election: to communicate the value of the arts to incumbent and challenger candidates for Councillor and Mayor, and to mobilize artists and arts workers to vote for candidates who are committed to building a vibrant and cultured community. ArtsVote 2010 had three key tools: a Report Card (published and widely distributed in fall 2010), a phone/email “Get Out The Vote” campaign leading up to October 25, and a Mayoral Debate in partnership with Business for the Arts, the Toronto Arts Council, the Art Gallery of Ontario and Manifesto. (social media chair 2010, chair 2014, PR 2018)
2011 HAROLD AWARDS
Since 1995 The Harold Awards have come to represent the independent and hard-working spirit of Toronto’s vibrant theatre community – a kind of rabble-rousing alternative to the Dora Awards. To be Harolded is an honour of the highest subversive order. Awards are bestowed from one individual to the next in recognition of outstanding and often under-recognized dedication on or off stage. As a prior recipient, work included website creation, press release writing and dissemination, social media planning, update and maintenance, mailing list creation, interview search and secure, opening night invitations, media wrangling.
Arts Etobicoke houses an outstanding collection of Canadian artwork through their Art Rental and Sales Program. With over 60 participating artists throughout the Greater Toronto Area and across Ontario, the collection includes work in all media. The organization was looking to expand visibility of the program and a comprehensive marketing plan was created, including strategies and tactics to do so.
ONTARIO CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS FUND (OCAF)
Program updates meant a marketing plan was needed to determine how to best roll out those announcements. Marketing collateral will include website changes and updates, brochures and a brand new social media presence with an OCAF specific social media policy to go with it.