Steam Whistle Unsigned
The Artists’ Health Alliance would like to thank the following bands from the Steam Whistle Brewing’s UNSIGNED concert series. 100% of the ticket sales from each of these shows have helped support our programs and services.
Since 2007, Steam Whistle UNSIGNED has generously donated a total of $48,845.20!
It’s because of incredible partners, like this, that we are able to continue offering the Christine Ardagh Education & Outreach Program and the Joysanne Sidimus Fund.
|Brendan Philip||Brendan Philip|
|The Carps||Cola of OBGMs|
|Dilly Dally||Dinosaur Bones|
|Dudebox||Everything All The Time|
|Grand Analog||Gravity Wave|
|Green Go||Hexes and Ohs|
|Hooded Fang||Joseph of Mercury|
|Lioness||Little Foot Long Foot|
|Make Your Exit||Marlon James|
|The Ministry of the Environment||Modernboys Moderngirls|
|Most People||Notes to Self|
|Prince Innocence||Run With the Kittens|
|The Rural Alberta Advantage||Shortwave|
|The Sunparlour Players||Tasha the Amazon|
|The Two Minute Miracles||The United Steel Workers of Montreal|
|These Electric Lives||We Are The Take|
“For the past decade, the Humber College Theatre Performance program has benefitted greatly from the Artists’ Health Alliance and their phenomenal Education Outreach programs. We have had specialists from the Alliance come in to do subsidized workshops on Vocal Health, Nutrition, and Stress Management to name a few. Our students consistently rave about how informative and useful these workshops are. They are especially enthusiastic about the facilitators, who have a deep understanding of the performer’s craft and a profound knowledge of their particular areas of specialty. In my own experience, the facilitators are able to connect with students in ways that are engaging, entertaining and challenging. They are also very responsive in following up with students when they need more support.”
Resilience and Abuse in Arts Training
April 18, 2018
Dr. Ashley Stirling and Dr. Beth McCharles team up to deliver this double bill on the delicate task of training young performers to fulfill their potential. Join us for two presentations and a Q&A. Sticks and Stones Can Break My Bones and Words Can Really Hurt Me: Abusive Coaching in Sport and ...