Each year on March 20th, World Theatre Day for Young Audiences is celebrated around the world. Five associations representing theatre for young audience creators, producers and presenters in Canada, ASSITEJ Canada, l’Association des théâtres francophones du Canada (ATFC), Théâtres Unis Enfance Jeunesse (TUEJ), The Professional Association of Canadian Theaters
March 25 – 5:00pm-6:30pm EST CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO REGISTER HERE Since the beginning of the pandemic, the managing director of the Quebec Drama Federation, Patrick Lloyd Brennan, has been sitting down with theatre arts service organizations from across the country. Together, they have been conversing about the obstacles,
Town Hall with the Honorable Steven Guibault, Minister of Canadian Heritage Date: Thursday, March 25th, 2021 Time: 12:00 pm to 12:45 pm EST Location: Zoom Webinar Following the investments announced to support arts and live events workers in the 2020 Fall Economic Statement, CAPACOA is pleased to host a Town
The Canada Council for the Arts is ready to invest $116.5 million in Supporting Arts and Live Events Workers in Response to COVID-19, which was announced in the last federal government economic statement. The time has come to submit your projects. The Council is investing this one-time additional funding in
Business / Arts is thrilled to announce the second intake for our Executive Leadership program. This program was initially developed in response to a need and demand to nurture a talent pool of arts leaders in Canada and prepare them to transition and extend their current leadership to take on
Connect & Refresh: PACT Artistic Leaders Retreat Taking place wherever you are on Thursday, February 25, from 12pm to 5:30pm ET What stories do you want to tell? How do you want to tell them, both during the pandemic and beyond? Where are you finding inspiration in dark times? Recharge
Join us on March 13 at 7:00pm EST for the premiere of Monument by Gerry Trentham and William Yong.
Associated Designers of Canada (ADC) is looking to collect data about race, cultural makeup, ability, sexual orientation, gender and economic standing. This survey will help ADC understand how we can better represent all designers, boost under-represented communities, create and fund mentorship programs, and help advocate for equitable pay and representation.
In its fifth year in 2021, Actsafe’s annual conference is coming to you virtually February 26–27! Actsafe’s Entertainment Safety Conference (formerly Event Safety Conference) brings together a broad range of stakeholders from the motion picture, television and commercial industry, festivals and the performing arts, the music industry, event production and
Why Not Theatre Launches ThisGen 2021 Fellowship A National Training & Mentorship Program Supporting BIPOC Female, Non-Binary, and Trans Artists The 2021 Cohort Includes 15 Fellows From Across Canada This February, innovative Canadian theatre company Why Not Theatre will launch ThisGen 2021 Fellowship, the second annual national initiative that supports
Join the conversation with some of Canada’s top theatre innovators this Saturday at 7:30pm MST!
until the next breath a Catalyst Theatre Production Presented by National Arts Centre English Theatre’s Grand Acts of Theatre breath. it begins and ends our lives, and in-between, it sustains us, as we reach out to connect – to touch, and be touched, by others. but what happens in the
Sound the Alarm: Music/Theatre (STA) is looking for exciting and diverse voices for our inaugural 5-episode series of audio-dramas that will feature 5 independent stories by 5 unique writers with 5 different casts and designers. Please note: Our first episode is currently in production and is written by playwright Gary
Playwrights Guild of Canada (PGC) presents a new play reading series Craft Bites to be streamed online beginning on Monday, January 25, 2021. Craft Bites is an online reading series, exploring the talents of Canadian playwrights and theatre artists. Each of the live events in the series features a cooperative
Theatre Alberta recently collaborated with national and provincial arts service organizations across a range of artistic disciplines on the National Arts and Culture Impact Survey (NACIS). The survey was designed to capture a snapshot in time of arts organizations, artists, and arts workers across Canada. It was open for responses
Jupiter Theatre is seeking submissions for plays and projects for the Europa New Works Incubator!
The next Canada census will take place in May 2021. The census paints a portrait of Canada’s population and the places where we live. Information from the census will ensure that your community has the data it needs for planning schools, daycare, housing, hospitals, emergency services, roads, public transportation, and