Coronavirus Information for the Live Performance Sector

CAPACOA updates daily a document with the intention to provide factual information, recommendations and resources to help the live performance sector prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada. This document shouldn’t be seen as a substitute to official information from public health authorities.

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Informations et recommandations relativement au Coronavirus pour le secteur du spectacle

CAPACOA a conçu un document afin de communiquer des informations factuelles, des recommandations, ainsi que des ressources à l’intention du secteur du spectacle pour surveiller, se préparer et réagir à l’éclosion du COVID-19 au Canada. Il ne se veut aucunement un substitut aux informations de sources officielles émanant des autorités de santé publique.

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The crowd cheering during a performance of A Tribe Called Red at FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre. Photo credit: Lauren Garbutt.

So You Think You Know Your Audience?

February 5, 2020 – If you are under the impression that the performing arts cater mostly to middle-aged white audiences, it’s perhaps time to revise your assumptions. Statistics shared by Hill Strategies Research reveal that attendance at the performing arts is prevalent across all segments of the Canadian population.   Read more

Novalima. Photo credit: Vito Mirr.

A Smart Way to Avoid Visitor Visa Issues

November 8, 2019 – Do you present artists from abroad and need help facilitating artists’ entry to Canada? It's now possible to register with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Special Events Unit in order to help artists get their visitor visa on time for their performance in Canada.   Read more

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