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In the latest edition of the For the Arts newsletter, the Canada Council for the Arts has reflected on the present state of its second Aboriginal Arts Advisory Committee.
According to a recent report Canadians are still concerned about the influence of American culture. Although they are confident that the country's culture and identity are stronger now than they were five years ago, a survey has found that they are still concerned about their ability to control domestic affairs from U.S. pressure in the future.
The Canada Council for the Arts is marking its 45th anniversary this year, and according to its 2001-2002 Annual Report, it seems that there is a great deal to celebrate.
The Board of the Canada Council for the Arts, chaired by Jean-Louis Roux, will visit the regional areas of Whitehorse and Dawson City on August 27-31, for a series of meetings and activities aimed at both the arts communities and the general public.
The Canada Council for the Arts has recently announced that Calgary-born Marc Boutin is the winner of the 2002 Prix de Rome, an award which recognises the talent and work of an architect actively engaged in the field.
The International Network for Cultural Diversity has recently extended its links with South Africa, in planning to hold its third annual conference in Cape Town, and appointing a local to its secretariat.