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News (National): Wildfire National Playwriting Competition Winners Announced

The Major Matt Mason Theatre Collective in association with Sage Theatre announces winners for the first ever Wildfire National Playwriting Competition This June, The Major Matt Mason Collective in association with Sage Theatre will be presenting public readings of Cleave by Elena Belyea and Always by Michaela Jeffrey, the winners

Call for Submissions (National): The Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program

The Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program will invest $150 million over two years to support projects that will rehabilitate existing community facilities across Canada, and ensure a lasting legacy resulting from Canada 150. The Federal Government will invest in projects that rehabilitate, renovate, or enhance cultural and community infrastructure (including

Event (Edmonton): 2015 Culture Days National Congress – Citadel Theatre

National Congress on Culture Coming to the Citadel Theatre May 7 & 8. The 2015 National Congress – A CULTURE OF STORIES: EVERYONE. EVERY STORY. – is coming to the Citadel Theatre on May 7 and 8 and will showcase some of the extraordinary stories inspired, nurtured, created and curated from our cultural colleagues

News: Quest Theatre’s Snow Angel part of National Arts Centre’s 2015-2016 Season

The National Arts Centre in Ottawa will present Quest Theatre’s Snow Angel in March 2016 as part of its English Theatre 2015/2016 season. Congratulations! Details below: Snow Angel March 12, 2016 NAC ENGLISH THEATRE PRESENTATION CREATED BY Nikki Loach WITH ARTISTIC CONTRIBUTIONS BY Peter Balkwill An original Quest Theatre (Calgary) productionwith development

News (Canada): Cultivate program now online – Canada Council for the Arts

All Cultivate program guidelines and new Deaf and disability Guidebook now available! Equity is a core value in our current programs and future organizational directions. We are delighted to share the final components of our Cultivate program as well as Expanding the Arts: A Guidebook for Working with Artists who are Deaf or

Call for Submissions (Canada): Scholarship Opportunity for Teachers – VASTA

vasta.org VASTA Annual Conference – Montréal, Québec, Canada, August 2-5. 2015 Cirque des Voix / Circus of Voices – One Ring – Many Sounds Attention Junior through High School Drama Teachers Voice Conference Scholarship Opportunity You can win to attend the Voice & Speech Trainers Association (VASTA) Annual Conference VASTA

News (National): Valerie Planche wins 2015 Gina Wilkinsin Prize

Valerie Planche wins 2015 Gina Wilkinson Prize – Annual prize honours a female Canadian theatre artist transitioning to directing – Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON (March 10, 2015) — The committee of the Gina Wilkinson Prize is pleased to announce the 2015 recipient of the annual prize is Valerie Planche of Calgary, Alberta.

News (National): Alberta artists make 2015 Gina Wilkinson Prize short list

The committee for the fourth annual Gina Wilkinson Prize is pleased to announce the 2015 short list of nominees: Kelli Fox, Sara-Jeanne Hosie, Nancy McAlear and Valerie Planche. Established in memory of director Gina Wilkinson, who was a beloved actor and director across the country and valued Shaw Festival company

Call for Submissions (National): Women Theatre Practitioners Database – Equity In Theatre (EIT)

Project: Women Theatre Practitioners DatabaseContact email: [email protected] phone: Playwright’s Guild of Canada – 416-703-0201 Playwrights Guild of Canada, in partnership with Canadian Actors’ Equity Association and some of thearts industry’s most vital organizations has launched EIT (Equity in Theatre). EIT is a new and inclusive initiative designed to help redress gender

News (National): Canada Council for the Arts developing new funding model

The following blog post was published on the Canada Council for the Arts’ Council blog on January 20, 2015, and was written by Roger Gaudet, Director, Arts Disciplines Division. The Canada Council for the Arts has been supporting the evolution of the arts in Canada for nearly 60 years. Along the way

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