Cedar Tea Break

Cedar Tea Break is a great opportunity for members of the performing arts sector to join with a local to regional Indigenous Leader and Presenter/Arts Administrator team to ask questions, discuss realities, and learn more about how you can grow relationships with Indigenous Neighbours. Each Cedar Tea Break takes place virtually on Zoom; please note that registration is required for the event.

Upcoming Cedar Tea Break

February 27th, 2024 at 11 am EST

Register for the event: Zoom link for Cedar Tea Break 

As we dive into a new calendar year, we are excited to have Jayson Duggan, Kingston Grand Theatre, and Grandmother Kate Brant revisit their Cedar Tea Break conversation a year ago with a focus on how they worked together to support this past season at the Grand Theatre in Kingston, with visions for next season.

Cedar Tea Break is a great opportunity for members of the performing arts sector to join with a local to regional Indigenous Leader and Presenter/Arts Administrator team to ask questions, discuss realities, and learn more about how you can grow relationships with Indigenous Neighbours.

The recording for this month’s Cedar Tea Break will be made available on the OP YouTube channel shortly after the event. We look forward to grabbing tea and sharing stories with you soon!

Beginning in February, Administrative Director Terri-Lynn Brennan is expanding this program to make Cedar Tea Breaks bi-weekly, as an opportunity for members of the performing arts sector to chat with Terri over their tea about all things EDIAD. The focus on learning more about how you can grow relationships with Indigenous Neighbors from local to regional Indigenous Leader and Presenter/Arts Administrator teams will also continue each month (team availability pending) but feel free to join in a conversation on Friday, February 16th at 11 am to continue expanding your commitment to EDIAD in all you do.

Click here to add these bi-weekly tea breaks to your Google Calendar!

 

Past Cedar Tea Breaks: