The Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance and Indigenous Curatorial Collective are conducting a national study to better understand the current and future impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on Indigenous artists.
The Department of Canadian Heritage is conducting a survey to create a comprehensive and current portrait of the artistic and creative community in Canada at large. The Canadian Artists and Content Creators Economic Survey launched online May 10, 2021, and will be open for a period of 6 weeks. The
Creative Calgary is conducting research to gather valuable insight into what challenges the Calgary arts sector is facing, identify supports that are missing in the community, and determine what actions can be taken to strengthen success. This survey will also provide us with information on who we are serving, from
Last year PACT conducted a wide-scale survey to find out how your organizations have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey was very helpful in advocating for financial support for our sector and in informing policies by the Department of Canadian Heritage. As the vaccines roll-out we want to
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.
From December 4 to 23, 2020, Statistics Canada will be collecting information on the Diversity of Charity and Non-profit Boards through crowdsourcing. The objective is to understand who serves on the boards of charity and non-profit organizations. This information will help non-profits and charities better understand how their board
Theatre Alberta has joined forces with 30 national and provincial arts service organizations across a range of artistic disciplines to develop the National Arts and Culture Impact Survey (NACIS). All arts organizations, artists, and arts workers across Canada are encouraged to participate in the survey by Monday, November 23, 2020.
Survey (Edmonton): Stories to Action: Co-Creating Inclusive Pathways to Professional Theatre in Edmonton – Updated
Edmonton Theatre Artists: You are invited to share your perspective on fair access and inclusion in Edmonton’s theatre community. Monetary incentives are available for participation. The purpose of this research is to learn how artists in Edmonton gain access to the performing arts, and to remove barriers to inclusion
We are Rosa. Our goal is to create workplaces where all workers can go to work and not get sexually harassed. That’s it. This historic survey is asking you what kind of changes you want to see in your workplace and what kind of barriers around reporting and accessing legal
Questionnaire for Tourism Entrepreneurs Please find the link for the Questionnaire for Tourism Entrepreneurs below. Answers to this questionnaire will go towards research that will provide a better understanding of the tourism business environment in Central and Northern Alberta and the Cultural Tourism sector as a whole. Please share
Fill out our emerging artist survey: https://airtable.com/shrFCfdYclrk5NLBI
What are you most certain about in this uncertain time?
Please participate in this audience survey.
Statistics Canada is currently conducting the new Canadian Survey on Business Conditions (CSBS) in collaboration with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. This survey targets all businesses in Canada. Your collaboration is essential in helping us to understand the effects of COVID-19 in Canada. Help us measure the impact COVID-19
The Alberta Foundation for the Arts is seeking information from the Alberta arts community on the impacts from COVID-19 and the response to prevent its spread. *If you are an AFA client who has already received a request for information from your grant consultant, you do not need
Calling all artists and arts organizations! Complete a survey and help develop a National Network of Legal Clinics for the Arts! The deadline to complete the survey is February 21, 2020. EXCITING INDUSTRY TRANSFORMATION IS WITHIN REACH. WE NEED YOUR HELP TO SUCCEED. Enter to Win an
Event (Edmonton): The YEG Performing Arts Accessibility Ad Hoc Group Hosting A Series of Focus Groups
The Edmonton performing arts community believes that the arts are for everyone. In 2019, a group of performing arts companies came together to tackle the question of how to make their work accessible to as many people as possible. To do that we need to find out what kinds
Last call for playwright participants! Lend your voice with APN’s anonymous research survey!
Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to complete the second survey in the EAC grants consultation process. Your input is incredibly valuable and will help deliver a better suite of granting programs. As a reminder, the second survey will close next week – November 12,