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Meet Sue Edworthy.
Sue Edworthy, an arts manager with over 20 years of experience in marketing and communications is a passionate advocate for arts and culture.
Her journey in the non-profit performing arts sector spans various roles, from Marketing Director, a member of the Arts Consultants Canada to arts administrator. Sue is a highly respected and sought-after consultant, speaker, and facilitator in her field.
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As the founder of Sue Edworthy Arts Planning, Sue provides counsel, solutions, and support for individual artists and arts organisations in areas including marketing, planning, strategic planning, mentorship and communications.
Her business and brand values centre around authenticity, value for money, communication, and loyalty, ensuring a client-centric approach to every project.
Sue approaches her work with a broad mindset, knowing that everything in the arts industry is unique with its own needs. Her expertise is not confined to a specific discipline, as she has successfully led marketing initiatives for arts organisations of varying sizes and disciplines, embracing the diversity of the arts community.
Throughout her career, Sue has contributed significantly to her local arts community. She served as a former Board Member for Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts (TAPA), co-chaired Artsvote in 2014, 2016, and 2018, and spent two years as Vice President of The Toronto Fringe Festival during a seven-year stint. Sue's remarkable contributions have earned her recognition, including the Leonard McHardy and John Harvey Award for Excellence in Arts Administration in 2015. She is also a recipient of the Harold Award and the CharPR Prize for Best PR in 2012 and 2013.
Sue's commitment to the arts extends beyond her professional achievements. She has run over 75 workshops on marketing, social media, and branding, including the inaugural Work in Culture Marketing Masterclass in 2021/22.
With a wealth of experience, Sue continues to be a driving force in the arts, combining her passion for the industry with her strategic and creative expertise. She has a true understanding of the challenges faced by those in the arts..
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