The Inter-Arts Office is a specialized unit that fosters and supports creative diversity, vitality, recognition and continued excellence of...
International travel gives artists access to new markets, new connections and new ideas. Such is the case of Vancouver choreographer Paras Terezakis who attended and hosted dance workshops at a contemporary dance conference in Poland. There expanded his network, shared expertise and gained inspiration for his latest work… and made plans for future workshops in Japan, Denmark and France. Learn how the Canada Council helped.
by Zan Chandler
On September 19, 2013 I attended the Unconference on Change and Future(S) of Toronto Performance. This annual participant-driven event organized by Jacob Zimmer of the Small Wooden Shoe production company, took place at the Art Gallery of Ontario and was MC’d by Misha...
The Canada Council’s Inter-Arts Office funds a wide range of arts orgs dedicated to the integrated arts, contemporary circus arts and related artist and community collaborative practices. See how the funding reaches some communities across Canada.
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Canada Council launches new grant program to help organizations manage change
In 2011-12, the Canada Council awarded 6,036 grants to artists and arts organizations in 634 communities across Canada and abroad.