ACT II STUDIO: Online Info Day Interactive Session (via Zoom)
Are you 50 years of age or older? Have you ever wanted to try your hand at acting, playwriting, or directing? If so, why not check out what ACT II STUDIO ( www.act2studio.ca ) has to offer? Join us at our free live, online information session on Tuesday, September 8 at 10:30 am.
You will have opportunities to chat with some of our members, participate in fun activities, see a short play written, directed and performed by our members and hear our Artistic Director talk about the program.
Unfamiliar with Zoom? No worries! Let us know you want to come and we’ll be in contact. We’ll send you some helpful materials and, if you need some help, have telephone calls and an online session to prepare you so you will get the most out of this session.
Register at Eventbrite – CLICK HERE.
Questions? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
MLC Pandemic Webinar Series: Public Narratives of Epidemic Outbreaks
Narrative is a powerful tool that represents, shapes and challenges the ways in which epidemic outbreaks are understood. The 11th webinar of the MLC Pandemic series explores the critical function of historical, literary and scientific narratives in navigating pandemics and providing guidance for future ones. Panellists include Mark Honigsbaum, Elizabeth Outka and Tim Sly.
August 20 at 4 pm. The webinar is open to the public and free of charge.
To participate, RSVP on Eventbrite (https://bitly.com/mlcwebinar11) and click the green Register button to gain access to the Zoom room details.
Catch up on previous instalments of the MLC Pandemic Webinar Series and learn more about this series on our website: https://bitly.com/mlcpandemic.
For more information about the MLC Research Centre and Gallery at Ryerson University, visit http://mlc.ryerson.ca and stay up-to-date with the latest news on Twitter (@MLC_Research).
TTC Virtual Information Session
In this informational session, you’ll have a chance to learn about multiple roles within the organization including transit operators, skilled trades and seasonal jobs. You will also discover the various departments within the TTC and how you may fit into their organization. Plus, you’ll learn about the application process and how to optimize your application for success. A Q/A period will follow with a TTC representative.
August 19 from 1-2 pm. Free. Pre-register.