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The Government of Canada announces the reappointment of Simon Brault as Director of the Canada Council for the Arts
The Canada Council for the Arts is making it easier for artists to apply for their first grant—we’ve launched a profile for new and early career artists. It’s part of a two-year pilot project to reach the next wave of artists in Canada and renew our support to the arts sector.
From February 10 to 19, 2019, Canadian Heritage will embark on its second departmental trade mission, which will focus on Latin America, and more particularly Mexico, Colombia and Argentina.
QUÉBEC CITY, Feb. 19, 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - Yesterday marked the official announcement of the creation of SYNAPSE C, Canada's first organization dedicated to data for the arts and culture. The launch of SYNAPSE C (formerly the Hub for Data in Culture) took place during the RIDEAU event at the Québec City Convention Centre, attended by representatives of the different levels of government and numerous partners from the cultural and research sectors.
The Canada Council, in partnership with the British Columbia Arts Council, the Calgary Arts Development Authority and the Ontario Arts Council, are pleased to share a new research report, conducted by Hill Strategies: Artist Career Research Methods: A comparative analysis of research methods for understanding artists’ career paths, work conditions, and incomes
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