Connecting Communities + Cultures: The Vital Role of Libraries, Archives, and Museums in the Arts
Applications for the Connecting Communities + Cultures symposium at TIFF is now closed. If you have any questions, please email
First Name: *

Last Name: *

Email Address: *

Employment status (check most appropriate): *

A student enrolled in a Library, Archives, or Museum studies programme

What is your level and programme of study? *

What is the name of your programme of study? *

How many years have you been working, total? *

With what Canadian institution are you affiliated?

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Statement of Interest

A Statement of Interest [of no more than 1,000 words] describing your current research or interests in film preservation, cultural heritage, and public programming; how this symposium will benefit your career and/or your organization? *

Short Answer questions

In what skill areas would you benefit from more professional development or mentorship? *

Identify two challenges that you see for library, archive, and museum professionals in Canada. *

How and where do you see opportunities for libraries, archives, and museums to engage with community members? *

Please include the name and title of your reference: *

(As part of the application, you are required to have one letter of support from a faculty member, or previous employer who recognizes the value of this symposium to your career development and growth. If you anticipate difficulties obtaining a letter of support in support of your application, please reach out to )
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