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.
The Aboriginal Arts Office is committed to ensuring that the Canada Council's services and programs best meet the needs of Canada's First...
Nunavut and Nunavik performance artists are joining their peers in Greenland to use theatre, dance, music, circus arts and storytelling to explore raven tales and Eastern Arctic traditions.
Elders from Tetlit Gwich’in led workshops on traditional art practices through a program for youth that was praised by its community.
Mr. Lassonde assumes the role immediately for a 5-year term. He was selected after a comprehensive search, following the death of former Chair Joseph L. Rotman in January.
Get an overview of oral and written knowledge on Aboriginal arts in Canada today. Read the report here!
Here's a handy tool: a searchable database of past grant recipients and prize winners.
Your grant application plays a critical role in demonstrating the artistic merit of your project. This document responds to some...
Statistical research and analysis regarding Canada Council funding programs, grant recipients and...