October 4, 2016 – A sense of belonging is important to build safe, vibrant communities and it brings purpose to our live, claims the latest national Vital Signs report published by Community Foundations of Canada. And the arts are part of the mix. Read more
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In hundreds of communities across Canada, people and organizations are devoting their skills to bring together touring artists and audiences. This is the field of performing arts presentation.
September 27, 2016 – The Truth and Reconciliation Commission marked a critical moment in Canadian history with the release of 94 Calls to Action. It prompted each one of us to take action and to establish new relationships. Many initiatives have since taken root in the performing arts sector. Read more
September 26, 2016 – Following the spring’s pre-consultation, the Department of Canadian Heritage is now going broad band with the next phase of the consultation on Canadian Content in a Digital World, also known as #DigiCanCon. The performing arts sector is also diving in with its own processes. Read more
September 16, 2016 – Following consultation with the membership and with key partners, CAPACOA shared a written submission in response to the consultation on Phase 2 of the Government of Canada's Infrastructure Plan. Read more
September 1, 2016 – The National Arts Centre and the Canadian Arts Presenting Association (CAPACOA) are once again extending a call for nominations for the National Arts Centre Award for Distinguished Contribution to Touring. Read more
- Applications are now being accepted for the PCBP program.
- Taking Stock of Digital Innovation in the Performing Arts
- CAPACOA Submits Brief to the Finance Committee
- Opportunity for Input on Infrastructure Funding
- Have you Upgraded your #ArtPresenting OS Yet?
- How Vibrant Culture Attracts Top Talent
- Art for Social Good
- Arts on Prescription
- Aging the Creative Way
- A Closer Look at Culture Indicators