Did you know that the Canada Council has just announced its new funding model? By 2017, 6 new non-disciplinary programs will replace the current 147 programs.
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Whitehorse’s Ramshackle Theatre and Nakai Theatre Ensemble collaborated to create Broken, a play about Alzheimer's disease. The play focuses on the bond between grandfather and grandson, exposing the effects of the disease through images, photos, even puppetry. Broken opened in Sept. 2012 at the Yukon Arts Centre. Post-show talkback sessions enhanced the audience experience, offering an opportunity to debrief with the artists, respond to the work and share personal stories.
Here's a handy tool: a searchable database of past grant recipients and prize winners.