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Festivals and series presenters pay more than $200 million in artistic fees per year.

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.

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News

Art for Social Good

June 16, 2016 – Across Canada and around the world, artists are working with diverse communities in participatory art making processes: art for social change, socially-engaged art, community arts, and cultural mediation all fall within this movement.   Read more

Arts on Prescription

June 14, 2016 – In February, HC Link partnered with CAPACOA and Arts Health Network Canada to present a webinar on Arts and Health: Partners in Well-Being. This webinar offered an introduction to arts and health practices, an overview of research findings, as well as an exploration of cases and resources.   Read more

Aging the Creative Way

June 2, 2016 – If you see more grey hair in your venue, don’t panic. The whole population is aging; not just your audience.   Read more

A Closer Look at Culture Indicators

May 16, 2016 – Last week, Statistics Canada released a series of economic indicators on arts and culture. The absolute figures – $54.6 billion, 630,000 jobs – are impressive. The trends over time, less so.   Read more

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Canada 150 Stories

Throughout the year, we will feature our members' Canada 150 Stories. Red Sky Performance reminds us of the rich Indigenous cultures that existed long before our more recent colonial history.

Read our CANADA 150 STORIES

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