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Community members seeking help for their cell phones during Rita McKeough's H, an offsite project presented by Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre as part of the Mondo Monde - New Media + festival from July 24 to August 4, 2013.

Amanda Fauteux: Dialogues on public engagement in the arts

Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre is an artist-run centre in Sackville, New Brunswick; a town affectionately referred to by...
David Caron, member of the steering committee for the National Forum on the Literary Arts

National Forum on the Literary Arts: An ongoing conversation

One of the questions I heard frequently going into the National Forum on the Literary Arts on February 14-15 was: What does the Canada...
The Canada Council’s Claude Schryer (standing) at the CHAOS interdisciplinary art conference in Montréal. Photo: Alexis O’Hara

Questions Out of CHAOS

I had the pleasure of attending CHAOS – Jeux et enjeux politiques de la pratique interdisciplinaire (playfulness and political...
David Buchbinder's Odessa/Havana, Walk to the Sea, wins the JUNO's World Music Album of the Year award, sponsored by the Canada Council

JUNOs 2014: The music you love, the music we support

Winnipeg was the hub of Canadian music this past weekend as the 2014 JUNOs celebrated the finest of 2013 recording releases. Not only were...
Amy Fung - unicorn

Amy Fung: Dialogues on public engagement in the arts

The Disparity Within Public Engagement This post began as an invited response to Canada Council for the Arts' 2012 published research...
Gaston Bellemare

Gaston Bellemare: Dialogues on public engagement in the Arts

Giving poetry back to the people At the Festival International de la Poésie de Trois-Rivières (FIP), we wanted to give poetry...
Pub 2014: Governor General's Awards in Visual an Media Arts of the Canada Council for the Arts

See For Your Self: March 3’s reveal

by Lolita Boudreault   Screen Magic In early January, the preliminary film edits of the commissioned video portraits of the...

Claude Schryer, Coordinator, Inter-Arts Office Speaks at PuSH Festival

Canada Council for the Arts Claude Schryer, Coordinator, Inter-Arts Office Speaks at PuSH Festival (Jan-Feb 2014) Hi...
Christian Poirier, professor, Institut national de la recherche scientifique – Centre Urbanisation Culture Société

Christian Poirier: Dialogues on public engagement in the arts

The cultural participation of youth and their complex engagement with arts and culture What kind of relationships do youth have with arts...
David Lemon, Director and Founder, Health Arts Society

David Lemon: Dialogues on public engagement in the arts

From February 2 to 6, David Lemon wrote a series of posts on his blog, Hys Fyve Rules, in response to a recent speech by...
Jean Sioui

Literature in the wheel of life

From the very beginning, the huge challenge for literature has been to say that which is not heard often enough, to make known what is too...
Cynthia Good, member of the steering committee for the National Forum on the Literary Arts.

The National Forum on the Literary Arts: an educator’s perspective

There are two roles for publishing education. One is to be as practical as possible, training skills, reflecting new developments, teaching...
Petronella van Dijk, member of the steering committee for the National Forum on the Literary Arts. (Photo: André Roy)

Literature – a spoken art?

Yes, of course it is. Remember: while the book as we know it has existed for some 5 centuries and writing for 5 millennia, stories have...
Julie Lebel, dance artist, Vancouver. Photo : Elisha Clement

Julie Lebel: Dialogues on public engagement in the arts

Public engagement means making a connection. The question then is how to increase the points of connection between individuals and art...
Jini Stolk. Photo: Yvonne Bambrick

Jini Stolk: Dialogues on public engagement in the arts

Engaging the public. Engaging audiences. I wouldn't be surprised if you were a bit unclear on what these phrases mean and how they apply to...
Spectacular, Beautiful, Evolving: Exploring New Circus workshop at APAP 2014, New York City, January 14, 2014. Photo: Claude Schryer

Inter-Arts Perspectives on International Presenting (APAP-NYC 2014)

During the Canada Council’s Inter-Arts Office 2013 consultation we heard a desire for the Canada Council to play a larger role in...
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