BC CREATIVE CONVERGENCE
In 2013 the Alliance launched a province-wide engagement process, BC Creative Convergence, with the goal of developing a cultural policy framework for BC. Community Cultural Roundtables are being held throughout the province to bring as many voices as possible into the conversation. Join us!
We advocate for the arts, culture and heritage sector by monitoring public policy, synthesizing issues for members and representing the interests of artists and cultural workers.
Purchase your tickets for Arts Summit 2015 by Friday, May 29 to save up to $50 on regular registration rates!
The Award of Outstanding Achievement in Exhibitions for museums with less than $1 million in annual operating budgets goes to an upcoming exhibition at Touchstones titled "Roll on Columbia", which has not yet been shown in Nelson.
The latest issue of Hill Strategies' Arts Research Monitor includes summaries of a major Canadian report on active participation in dance, American reports on arts participation and local arts vibrancy, and a report from the United Kingdom on arts participation.
The Professional Association of Canadian Theatres presented the ninth annual Mallory Gilbert Leadership Award to Ivan Habel, and protégés Nadine Carew and Natalie Ackers.
Organization: Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver
Deadline: June 10, 2015
Organization: Out On Screen
Deadline: June 12, 2015
Organization: Semiahmoo Arts
Deadline: June 5, 2015
Organization: Laura Murray Public Relations
Deadline: June 19, 2015
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the BC Arts Council, the Province of British Columbia, the City of Vancouver, and Metro Vancouver.
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