Pinnguaq, Globus team up for digital youth programs

By Lindsay Advocate

Rebecca Anne Bloom

Globus Theatre and the Lakeview Arts Barn (LAB) are thrilled to announce four new digital positions for emerging theatre artists.

With funding from Pinnguaq Digital Skills for Youth (DS4Y) Program and the Government of Canada, Globus and the LAB can offer career opportunities to up and coming artists as well as programming opportunities to the community.

Globus Theatre and the LAB welcome both new and old faces to the team. Charles Douglas joins Globus Theatre as the associate artistic director and Armon Ghaeinizadeh joins as Globus’ production assistant and youth outreach coordinator. Rebecca Anne Bloom comes on to the Lakview Arts Barn team as the social media and digital marketing coordinator and Victor Pokinko steps into the role as the LAB’s associate artistic producer (live and digital event lead).

Over the next couple of months this group, alongside the core team, will be curating digital programming for all ages including children, youth and seniors.

Once COVID-19 restrictions allow, in-person events will resume as Globus Theatre and the LAB continue to navigate the world of social distancing.

Stay tuned for more developments as new digital events are unveiled and Globus Theatre’s 2021 Summer Season is announced. 

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