BIG PICTURE COMMUNICATIONS
Luisa Trisi’s lifelong love of arts and culture led her to launch Big Picture Communications in 1999. She has worked with many of North America’s leading figures in classical music, dance, and theatre, and has designed publicity campaigns for major arts hubs, cultural initiatives, national festivals, and conferences.
Luisa provides an array of strategic communications services to a broad range of clients, including many high-profile Canadian cultural organizations. Throughout her twenty-plus years of experience she has established an extensive network of media and industry contacts. She works closely with clients to generate noteworthy coverage in a variety of traditional and digital outlets — from mainstream media to niche publications. Passionate about city-building, community, and creativity, Luisa thrives on connecting people and ideas.
Prior to launching Big Picture Communications, Luisa held positions with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Dance Umbrella of Ontario, and Theatre Columbus. As Director of Communications and an instructor at Ryerson Theatre School for almost a decade, Luisa designed and taught courses on entrepreneurship to students pursuing Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. She is a member of the JUNO Awards Classical Committee and the Villa Charities Cultural Advisory Council.
Interview with Martin Julien & Michael Miranda | Istituto Italiana di Cultura’s Holocaust Remembrance event |WATCH
Selected Past and Present
CanAsian Dance Festival
City of Toronto Task Force to Bring back the Don
City of Toronto Planning and Development
Festival de Lanaudiére
Istituto Italiano di Cultura
Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts – Queen’s University ISPA International Society for the Performing Arts
Koffler Centre of the Arts
La Nef Compagnie Musicale
Mary Lou Fallis
Mayumi Seiler/Via Salzburg
McGill University Faculty of Arts
Neil Crory Tribute Concert
Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Ryerson University School of Performance
SONY Centre for the Performing Arts
Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir
Theatre Columbus (now Common Boots Theatre)
Toronto Centre for the Arts
Toronto Summer Music Festival
University of Toronto Faculty of Music
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