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About Inter-Arts

The Inter-Arts Office is a specialized unit that fosters and supports creative diversity, vitality, recognition and continued excellence of...

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Inter-Arts Office Reading Room

The Inter-Arts Office has compiled a selection of links to blogs, papers and reports of interest to the inter-arts community. Please send...

Kalabanté

Artist Story

Kalabanté

Productions Kalabanté, a Montréal-based company that combines African music and circus arts, has an impressive roster of partners — Artcirq (Nunavut), Cirque Éloize (Montreal), Hand Drum Rhythms (Victoria and Winnipeg), Education Without Borders (Vancouver) — and a solid network of national and international distributors. Kalabanté’s mission is two-fold: to promote African culture and to carry out a humanitarian aid project. All of its profits go...

Abenbare Renovation, Toronto, 2012

Blog Post

5 Questions: DArcy Jones, architect

Vancouver-based architect D’Arcy Jones is the 2014 winner of the Canada Council’s Ronald J. Thom Award for Early Design Achievement. D’Arcy agreed to answer a few of our questions about him and his work.

Organizations funded

Profiles - Some organizations funded

The Canada Council’s Inter-Arts Office funds a wide range of arts orgs dedicated to the integrated arts, contemporary circus arts and related artist and community collaborative practices. See how the funding reaches some communities across Canada.

recipients / beneficiares

Past recipients

Here's a handy tool: a searchable database of past grant recipients and prize winners.

News Room

The Canada Council newsroom is your one-stop shop for news releases, images, speeches and funding stats.

Antoine Malette-Chénier (photo : Kristan Toczko)

News Release

Promising classical performer Antoine Malette-Chénier wins 2014 Michael Measures Prize

A unique collaboration between the Canada Council for the Arts and the National Youth Orchestra of Canada (NYOC), this $25,000 prize recognizes promising talent in the next generation of Canadian classical musicians.

Research

The Changing Theatre Landscape: New Models in Use by Theatre Artists, Groups and Organizations

Within the Canadian Public Arts Funders (CPAF) network, there is a need to better understand the changing theatre landscape. In preparation...