Earned revenue comprises roughly 10% of our operating budget. Considering the breadth and the volume of services we offer, this figure was already too small. We give away more and more because our communities are subject to debt deflation: they need more from us and are less and less favorably positioned economically in order to »»
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 »»
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. »»
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ARCA is proud to invite you to complete the following survey titled Assessing Professional Conditions for Performance Artists in Canada developed at the instigation of an ad hoc group of performance art organizers gathered in Calgary, as part of the M:ST festival in October 2016. The survey is intended for all artistic organizations that program performance art. The questionnaire was developed with input »»
Canadian Heritage needs your help to better understand the challenges and opportunities within the Canadian visual arts marketplace. Whether you’re a Canadian artist, collector, or consumer—or however you’re connected with the visual arts marketplace—Canadian Heritage want to hear your perspective. An anonymous virtual space was created to share your experiences, as well as your thoughts »»
An examination of selected international models of artist-run national arts service organizations commissioned by ARCA with support from the Leadership for Change program at the Canada Council for the Arts. The study was produced by MDR Communications, published in January 2017 and circulated to other National Arts Service Organizations in the visual and media arts »»
In 2014, ARCA commissioned Mariane Bourcheix-Laporte to examine the evolution of art publishing funding at the Canada Council for the Arts.