More Galleries and Museums Reopen-But Will Audiences Follow?
More Galleries and Museums Reopen- But will Audiences Follow?- Last week, some of Canada's art museums reopened to the public- but a new survey suggests up to 69 per cent of their audience is delaying a return to these spaces...www.canadianart.ca
Artist Speaks Out on Opiod Deaths
The monthly first Friday art Crawl in Peterborough offers the public a chance...canadianart.ca
Estimates of the Direct Economic Impact of Culture in the Territories in 2017
Based on statistics Canada's product perspective, the direct economic impact www.hillstrategies.com
Canada Council Contributes to Respectful Workplaces in the Arts Initiative
In April 2018, the Canada Council made a tangible commitment to fostering healthy, respectful and harassment-free workplaces in the arts...www.canadacouncil.ca
Budget 2019 Will Deliver More Arts Events in Canadian Communities
The Canadian Arts Coalition (CAC) is please to see the government commit to a $16 million increase of...www.canadianartscoalition.com
Canadian Art Gallery Attendance Continues to Grow
A new study released today has some promising information for art galleries in Canada. Funded by...www.canadianart.ca
2018 Arts Day Recap
On Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018, over 100 arts advocates from across Canada traveled to Parliament Hill to deliver the messages of the Canadian Arts Coalition and to encourage continued investment to our vibrant and creative sector. Teams of advocates met with Parliamentarians in order to have productive discussions about our growing industry while expressing our specific and current needs from the Minister of Canadian Heritage and the Minister of Finance. www.canadianartscoalition.com/2018-arts-day-recap/www.canadianartscoalition.comwww.canadianartscoalition.com
Canada Needs New Museum Policy and Funding : Report
The Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage calls on the federal government to respond to urgent needs in the museum sector. www.canadianart.ca
How Do the Latest Federal Culture Funds Actually Break Down?
On June 26, Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly announced $125 million in new funding for culture in Canada—including the launch of Creative Export Canada, “a new funding program that will help global creators stand out in the global market,” the PR promised.
After the initial flurry of media attention on the funding, key questions remained: How does that new federal money actually break down? And what are the consequences, if any, for contemporary art and related businesses such as private art galleries and dealers? These factors were difficult to parse in initial releases, which highlighted “music, film, books, video games [and]virtual and augmented reality or design” as possible beneficiaries of the plan, as well as assisting “small and medium-sized businesses” in particular—but not once mentioning contemporary art. canadianart.ca