Did you know ?

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.



All Access Volume 9 Issue 2

February 9, 2016 – In this issue: Red Sky's Canada 150 story, let's talk about taxation, touring in the U.S. amid growing barriers, Lynne Bailey retires, and more.   Read more

Canada 150 under a Red Sky

February 6, 2017 – Throughout the sesquicentennial year, CAPACOA will feature members' Canada 150 Stories. Here is how Red Sky Performance intends to celebrate the confederation and the rich Indigenous cultures that existed long before our more recent colonial history.   Read more

Putting Arts in the Right Perspective

January 12, 2017 – CAPACOA regularly collaborates with key partners from the presentation sector and beyond to create an environment in which performing arts presentation can thrive. This winter, we are opening up the discussions: we invite you to join them as part of our Arts in Perspective conversations, a highly interactive web conference series.   Read more

Canada 150 in Arts Presentation

January 10, 2017 – The big celebration year has begun. In countless communities accross Canada, the 150th anniversary of the confederation will be celebrated with big and small events, including through performing arts presentations.   Read more

Digital Innovation Council for the Performing Arts

Canada 150 Stories

Throughout the year, we will feature our members' Canada 150 Stories. In Camrose, Alberta, two theatres are copresenting a series showcasing Canada's regional diversity.