A new association of advocates for art in education is inviting cultural organizations to participate in a nation-wide survey to help create a profile of arts-in-learning activities across Canada.
The Canadian Network for Arts and Learning / le reseau canadien des arts et de l’apprentissage (CNAL/RCAA) is a new national association of artists, arts organizations, educators, policy- makers, researchers, and other advocates for arts-in-learning led by the UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning, Professor Larry O’Farrell, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
Vancouver arts journalist and activist Max Wyman is a founding member of the association.
CNAL/RCCA recently obtained funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to conduct a study that will result in a profile of arts-in-learning activities and needs.
Participation in the survey is voluntary and confidential. The names of survey participants and the name of organizations that participants might mention in their survey responses will never appear in any written or oral report concerning the survey results.
The results of this study will be presented at the CNAL/RCAA Founder’s Symposium at Queen’s University, Kingston, October 23 – 25, 2013. (All are welcome to attend.)
If you have any questions about the survey or about the study as a whole, please do not hesitate to contact the Lead Researcher for the project, Dr. Ann Patteson, at firstname.lastname@example.org
To take part in the survey click here.
To learn more about CNAL/RCAA, visit the organization’s website.