WEBINAR: Q&A on COVID-19 Implications for Performing Arts

CAPACOA invites all its members and partners to this upcoming free webinar around legal issues (including Force Majeure) and the Covid crisis please feel free to share among your colleagues.
Please click here or see the attachment to register and submit your questions in advance.
The performing arts world is confronting some of the harshest challenges of any industry in the wake of the global pandemic.
Cancelled and postponed events, potential repurposing of venues and a dramatic drop in revenue are among the many issues raising concerns.
If you have questions about the legal issues that COVID­19 poses for the performing arts business, join us for a Q&A webinar on Thursday, May 21 at 11am.
Hosted by the Entertainment and Sports Law Group at Gowling WLG in partnership with the Canadian Association for the Performing Arts/l’Association canadienne des organismes artistiques (CAPACOA), our leading authorities, including Susan Abramovitch and Alexis Vaughan, will answer your concerns.
We ask that you submit questions in advance by completing the quick pre­ webinar survey which can be found at this link by Wednesday May 13.
Your questions will help curate the bulk of discussions, plus we will aim to cover the following topics:
– Dealing with cancelled or postponed events
– Accessing support from the federal and/or provincial governments l Dealing with staffing changes
– Maintaining event spaces