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National Performing Arts Organizations Appoint an Indigenous Librarian

CAPACOA, the Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance and the NAC Indigenous Theatre are proud to announce the appointment of Dorian Jensen to the position of Indigenous Librarian.

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Indigenous Artists Shine Equally on our Stages as in the Constellation of Linked Data

Together, IPAA and CAPACOA worked to publish accurate and respectful information about Indigenous artists and their works through open data.

Left side of image: Invitation to join the 2022-2023 Digital Discoverability Program, with the Linked Digital Future and Culture Creates logos. Right side: a hand holding a smartphone, displaying a Google search with detailed event information.

Call for Participation in the 2022-2023 Digital Discoverability Program

From Sept 2022 to March 2023, 20 members will work with Culture Creates to optimize the readability and discoverability of their events.

Audience members at Cabaret-Théâtre du Vieux-Saint-Jean

The LIVE Directory: At the Crossroads of Performing Arts and Open Data

CAPACOA is thrilled to announce the launch of the LIVE Performing Arts Directory, the first of its kind entirely powered by open data.

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Budget recommendations for a lasting relaunch of the live performance sector

CAPACOA's pre-budget submission highlights just how far the live performance sector remains from recovery. The submission articulates seven recommendations for the upcoming 2022 federal budget.