CHRC launches two training videos on workplace harassment in the arts

 

Under the Respectful Workplaces in the Arts banner ( respectfulartsworkplaces.ca ), the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) announces two training videos on workplace harassment in the arts:  one for employers  – including Boards of Directors of not-for-profit organizations; and  one for cultural workers  – including self-employed artists, contractors and employees. These animated videos on ‘responding to harassment’ are scenario-based. They have been produced to explain »»

L’arca in the Loop #5

 

Montréal, May 17, 2016 — From May 3 to 7, 2016, the Galerie du Nouvel Ontario (GNO) invited some 30 artists from the francophone minority communities and indigenous collectives to the 5th edition of the Fair of Alternative Arts of Sudbury (FAAS5) titled «Abricadabri». Read L’arca in the loop no 5

L’arca in the Loop #4

 

On Wednesday March 30, I attended the launch of I sign! – a campaign produced by SPiLL PROpagation, an organization bringing together artists from ASL (American Sign Language) and LSQ (Langue des Signes Québécoise) linguistic minorities, and working in all artistic disciplines. Read L’arca in the loop no 4

I Sign! : Spill PROpagation Campaign Launch

 

Spill PROpagation in collaboration with Anne Bertrand, Executive Director of the Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference, Étienne Lepage, playwright, and Julie Tremble, artist and Director of Vidéographe, launch their microsite and visibility campaign titled Je Signe!

L’ARCA, a microedition in 12 briefs

 

Excerpted from ARCA’s 2014–15 Activity Report, this micropublication of 12 briefs will allow you to follow each subject individually while getting a holistic sense of ARCA’s activities as they are connected to current cultural events. A printed version will be distributed to participants of the plenary as part of the conference Artists at the Center: Moving from the Margins to Inclusion.

Artists at the Center: Moving from the Margins to Inclusion

 

From November 12 to 14, 2015, Artist-Run Centres & Collectives of Ontario (ARCCO) hosted Artists at the Center: Moving from the Margins to Inclusion, a national conference focusing on diversity in the artist-run centres’ network.