The diversity and creativity in the Arts & Culture community always amazes me. Unique and specialized skills combine with visionary ideas of what hasn’t yet been “done” and new spins on old favourites for stories we just can’t get enough of. Personally, I have participated in musical performances from opera to community choir, staged theatre… Continue reading Shared Voice and an Empowered Arts & Culture Community: Reflections on Arts Ecology Salon #4
Author: Nathan Etherington
Nathan is the Programming & Community Coordinator for the Brant Historical Society and, among many things, he facilitates the Historical Society’s popular Walking Tours. He is a life-long resident of Brant County. After growing up in Paris, he attended the University of Waterloo for Science and Geography and Western University for Education. In his spare time he creates his own knitting patterns (like the socks he is wearing tonight) and sings with a few local choirs, such as Arcady. In the past five years his leadership has been recognized through the Certificate in Museum Studies program; further he recently became Chair of the Brantford Heritage Committee, and was elected as a Councillor for the Ontario Museum Association.