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2017 AGM / AGA 2017

Annual General Meeting / Assemblée générale annuelle

This year’s AGM will be held in Toronto during the annual Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium (TIES).

The meeting is open to anyone wishing to attend (not just current members), but only CEC Permanent/Full Members whose accounts are in good standing, Patron and Honorary Members may vote.

Documentation of all AGMs is published in individual issues of eFlash!, the electronic newsletter for CEC members.

Time and Location / Horaire et lieu

Saturday / samedi, 12 August 2017, 17h00–18h00
Michael J. Baker Studio #314 (Dancemakers)
15 Case Goods Lane, in Toronto’s Distillery District

If possible, let the CEC administration know you: will be present / will try to be present.

Agenda / Ordre du jour

Documents

Documents for the 2017 AGM are made available at least two weeks prior to the AGM:

The President’s Report, the Treasurer’s Report and the Minutes from this year’s AGM will be made available in the September 2017 edition of eFlash!, the newsletter for CEC Members.

Webcast

The AGM will be webcast for those who cannot make it in person. Thanks to NAISA for providing webcasting for the AGM! Click here for the live stream [the link will go live shortly before the AGM begins].

Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium

We also invite you to check out the activities at this year’s edition of TIES (9–12 August 2017), with Keynote Speaker Chantal Dumas. TIES is co-presented by NAISA and the CEC in collaboration with the CMC. Four days of paper sessions, lecture-recitals, installations and concerts will be presented at the Ernest Balmer Studio and the Michael J. Baker Studio (both in the Distillery District), as well as at the Canadian Music Centre (CMC). Click here to register (price includes admission to all concerts).

Directions

The Case Goods building is located along the south side of the Distillery District. There are entrances on the north, south and west sides of the building. The west entrance is the closest to the studios; both the north and south entrances are wheelchair-accessible. The Michael J. Baker Studio is on the third floor (#314).

By Streetcar with a Bipedal Option

From the King or St. Andrew subway stations (both on Line 1, Yonge-University) take either the 504 King or 514 King Streetcar eastbound. Exit at Trinity Street and walk southeast on Trinity until you cross Mill Street.

The 514 Streetcar labelled Cherry Street runs less frequently but terminates more conveniently at the Distillery Loop on the east side of the District.

By Bus And a Couple of Feet

From the Castle Frank Station (Line 2, Bloor-Danforth) take the 65 Parliament bus southbound and exit at King and Parliament, then walk south to the western Mill Street entrance to the Distillery District.

More Travel Options

Visit the Dancemakers website for further travel options by public transit or by car to the Distillery District. Or visit the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) website for public transit within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Download the TTC System Map here (PDF).

 

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