What is it like to work at one of the premier hubs for arts & culture in Canada’s largest city? How does one break into the Canadian arts and culture scene? With over 15 years of experience as a producer at Harbourfront Centre, Diana Webley shares her thoughts and insights of Taiwanese arts and culture in Canada and the benefits of collaboration. Food may be the first thing you think of when being introduced to a new culture, but that is just one window into discovering what they have to offer. Finding different ways to tell your authentic story and mastering your craft, there is no language barrier when it comes to arts and culture.
Diana Webley is a Senior producer and interim manager for Cultural Engagement at Harbourfront Centre. Diana specializes in art direction, planning, programming, development and production. Having worked at Harbourfront Centre for the last 15 years, she has helped curate exciting multicultural exhibits, shows, and festivals that take place annually across the 10 acre campus along the shores of Lake Ontario in the heart of Toronto. The work has taken her to international markets such as Taiwan to develop opportunities in mentorship, networking, and collaborations.
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Air Date on Aug 29th