Weekly x COVID-19 /02

 

Weekly x COVID-19 x Hebdo On April 8th, the Canadian Arts Coalition sent the following update from the office of the Minister of Canadian Heritage on the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy. Businesses/organisations can use January and February as reference points for revenue decline; For the month of March, they need to demonstrate a 15% decline in revenue »»

Weekly x COVID-19 /01

 

In this unprecedented time of crisis, ARCA will publish a weekly newsletter to update our subscribers on evolving measures announced by the federal government, as well as other relevant information. These updates will help individuals, collectives and artist-run centres to navigate these extraordinary circumstances and reflect on recovery strategies for the far side of this crisis.     »»

l’arca in the loop — # 31

 

March 26, 2020 – COVID-19 will have a tremendous impact on the artist-run centres network and its human resources, including artists and self-employed workers. A few days ago, the Government of Canada announced emergency aid to all workers affected by closures and layoffs. ARCA is paying close attention to evolving information relevant.       »»

l’arca in the loop — # 30

 

FEBRUARY 20, 2020—ARCA NEEDS YOUR HELP! ARCA recently began the third phase of its project (not) just a question of money to support efforts to diversify organizational revenues using management and promotion tools, including a series of informational videos. ARCA needs your help to source video documentation and archival footage that highlight some of the services offered »»

l’arca in the loop #29

 

NEWSLETTER: L’ARCA IN THE LOOP #29—à la UNE: ARCA is proud to collaborate with Montreal-based illustrator and animated filmmaker Diane Obomsawin, aka Obom, to bring to life our 2020 edition of l’arca dans la poche – in the loop newsletter. Welcome, Diane! + News from the membership + Digital literacy in six micro-bites + ARCA’s »»

l’arca in the loop — # 28

 

NEWSLETTER: L’ARCA IN THE LOOP #28—Happy Holidays to All!—Hamilton Artists Inc., winner of the 2019 Lacey Prize!—Post-2019 Federal Election—Updates from CARFAC/RAAV and the Canadian Arts Coalition—Digital literacy in six microbites: Blockchain technology explained—News from CFAT’s recent survey on digital strategy—A selection of the latest calls for submissions from artist-run centres + recently updated Directory! > »»

l’arca in the loop — # 27

 

NEWSLETTER: L’ARCA IN THE LOOP #27—Reminder: Call for proposals for Lands to Travel Through—ARCA Board of Directors election—ARCA welcomes SPiLL to its membership!—AGAVF welcomes two new collectives: IRIPAA and lecollectif—Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective, Edmonton, Alberta, joins AAARC—Closing of the Gam Gallery in Vancouver, BC—Benchmarking study about remuneration of Canadian writers for literary works & MORE. »»

l’arca in the loop — # 26

 

l’arca in the loop — dans la poche #26 :: Announcing the next biennial artist-run conference in Alberta: Lands to Travel Through. An artist-run gathering in Alberta. Save the date / August 5–8, 2020. Deadline to submit proposals: November 18, 2019. Notification of results: January 27, 2020. To get updates, please register on the conference »»

ARCA granted Strategic Initiative funding 2018-2020

 

In October 2018, ARCA was awarded financial assistance in the amount of $143,534 over three years from the Strategic Initiatives component of the Canada Cultural Investment Fund to develop ARCA and its membership of small arts organizations’ capacity to assess and account for investments in culture to funders, beneficiaries, donors, sponsors and other stakeholders. ARCA’s »»

l’arca in the loop — # 25

 

Lacey Price acknowledges the hard work in ARCs/Le Prix Lacey récompense le travail des CAAs + Internship at ARCA/Stage à l’ARCA + Coast-to-coast news from the ARCs & collectives network/Des nouvelles du réseau des CAAs et des collectifs autogérés d’un océan à l’autre + Podcast/Balado. > Read here/Lire ici