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Meet key decision makers at CBC as they outline the current vision for comedy, and how you can pitch your work across various platforms.
Join a panel of writers from satirical and ephemeral comedy outlets. How do you write and keep your jokes pointed when the news cycle is ever changing?
Claiming Space is a panel featuring comedy creators from across North America who are forging ahead to make space for community and craft in their city.
Fierce & Funny is a panel discussing the world of sketch, stand up, improv as it relates to the exquisite art form that is drag. Because comedy is what? FUNDAMENTAL!
Join the cast of CBC's cult hit as they reminisce and discuss the everlasting impact of Hatching, Matching and Dispatching.
Alice Rose shares some basic tools and know-how to get started producing an online comedy show. Get tips and tricks on what to consider when creating a live comedy show online.
Meg MacKay helps you navigate the grant and funding process from a comedian's point of view. Learn about writing proper grant applications, framing yourself as a comedian in the existing granting frameworks, and where you can access finding programs.
Instructor Darrell Faria will lead Process and POV: Creating Meaningful Characters in the Digital Space, a video workshop for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) comedy creators.