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The Department of Canadian Heritage is inviting all artists and content creators to participate in the Canadian Artists and Content Creators Economic Survey. The purpose of this survey is to help create an updated portrait of the artistic and creative community in Canada. This data gathering is important to help ensure policies and programs continue to be responsive to the sector’s reality.
The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) invites arts communities across the province to join in OAC’s next strategic planning process.
If the year has been difficult for independent festivals throughout Quebec, the pandemic has allowed the birth of new initiatives that could even become permanent.
A strategic plan puts into words our analysis of the current situation, our vision for the future of the sector, and the role we intend to play to contribute to that future. But a strategic plan is much more than that—it echoes what we heard in our conversations with you.
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity is pleased to share the publication of its new institutional strategic plan. Entitled “Creative Pathways” the plan lays out five future directional pathways for Banff Centre which build on its heritage, are responsive to our times, relevant to our futures and impactful for those it serves.
The Canada Council for the Arts has called for proposals from international and Canadian public corporations, small businesses and independent professionals or consortia of researchers with specialised expertise, upon whom it can call to support the work of the Council’s Research, Measurement and Data Analytics (RMDA) Section.