l’arca in the loop — # 22

 

With the Artist-Driven Organizations (ADO) grant application fast approaching (October 24, 2018), ARCA wishes to draw your attention to a few useful resources. You may know about them already, but it’s nice to have them gathered together in one spot. > Read more

Taxation and the Artist

 

The Canadian Arts Coalition has created a Committee on Taxation and the Artist in partnership with many NASO organizations including CARFAC, IMAA, and the Canadian Dance Assembly. April Britski of CARFAC National has been leading this committee, with support from Co-Chair Kate Cornell. The Committee is focused on the fair treatment of professional artists regarding »»

L’arca in the loop #20

 

Already the end of the year and the last issue of our newsletter before the summer holidays! And whenever one thinks “year-end” one must also think “reports.” > Read more

L’arca in the loop #19

 

Artist-Run Centres: Sites of Political Tensions > In the previous edition of “l’arca in the loop,” I mentioned the fact that tension in board/staff relations sometimes seems inherent to the political life of ARC. This tension, without being Manichean, begets risk and opportunity. But governance is not a science. > Read more

Artist-Run Centres: Sites of Political Tensions

 

Editorial by Anne Bertrand in l’arca in the loop—#19   In the previous edition of “l’arca in the loop,” I mentioned the fact that tension in board/staff relations is inherent to the political life of artist-run centres (ARC). At the risk of sounding moralistic, this tension, without being Manichean, begets risk and opportunity. In other »»

L’arca in the loop #18

 

Montreal, April 25, 2018—Artistic Risk Taking Without Financial Risk? In light of recent events that have rocked the artist-run community, some made public, others not, I am reminded of the crucial role played by boards of directors in not-for-profit artist-run organizations in Canada. > Read more

L’arca in the loop #17

 

Montreal, March 15, 2018—Sometimes it’s useful to step back and let the news speak for the dynamism in our artist-centred network. Here’s wishing everyone the courage to keep doing what you do, today and everyday. > Read more