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Brave Girl – Lunchbox Theatre
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Canada Community Revitalization Fund
National

Funding (National): Canada Community Revitalization Fund

The impacts of COVID-19 restrictions have greatly affected the vitality of local communities. To ensure communities have access to resources and support for economic recovery, the Government of Canada launched the Canada Community Revitalization Fund (CCRF) to help organizations such as local governments, Indigenous communities and groups, not-for-profits, and other community-based groups, improve key community gathering spaces to help bring Canadians back together once public measures have eased.

Foote Theatre School Summer Camps & Classes
Camp

Camp (Edmonton): Two-Week Advanced Summer Day Camps

Foote Theatre School’s two-week intensive programs are designed for advanced and dedicated students who are looking for an opportunity to further hone their skills. You will learn from experienced theatre professionals, as well as guest artists.

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Alberta

Who Are We Now? Theatre Alberta Essay Series – Amena Shehab

We are children of the wind, we are children of the water, the fire, and the light. These are the things that make us who we are. Our voices sing the memories. The sound of mahbash – coffee ground by a father’s hand and the smell of khubz – bread kneaded with a mother’s heart.

Professional Association of Canadian Theatres
National

Event (Online): PACTcon 2021

Theatre happens because of people, not just production schedules. Projects come together through conversations, not just contracts. At PACTcon Online 2021, let’s open up to new ways of working and explore how we can exercise care towards artists, audiences, our planet, and ourselves.

Innovation and Cultural Resilienc - Call for Stories
National

Call for Stories (National): Cultural Resilience in the Arts, Culture, and Heritage

A new research-action initiative aims to discover dynamic examples of cultural innovation and to amplify these success stories. Cultural Resilience: Using Innovation to Stabilize in Times of Crisis is a multi-year project of The Creative City Network of Canada in partnership with the Cultural Human Resources Council and Les Arts et la Ville.