Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma has penned an editorial for the World Economic Forum laying out the importance of arts and culture in a world where strong survival mechanisms have become increasingly necessary.Read More
The latest news on BC's arts, culture and heritage sector.
Check out our Winter 2018 Workshops and Info Sessions, which include programming on digital marketing, digital records management, diversity, equity and inclusion, and a free information session on grant writing.Read More
"We're currently reviewing our granting policies to [..] fairly and more effectively address situations which involve artists or organizations receiving Canada Council funding," the statement reads, in part.Read More
Vancouver-based arts and culture organizations can apply to receive funding support of up to $250,000 for costs related to planning, renovations, upgrades, expansion or purchase of cultural space.Read More
The study, available for free download, provides a current snapshot of the digital and print media consumption patterns of performing arts patrons, showing a massive trend toward digital consumption.Read More
On December 13, the City of Vancouver approved its 2018 budget, including an increase of $580,000 to arts and culture funding. The BC Alliance for Arts + Culture, in partnership with Arts and Culture Policy Council, previously sent a letter in support of the increased investment, signed by nearly 200 members of Vancouver's arts and culture community.Read More
Theatre Interpreting, a group of Deaf Vancouver-based performing artists and interpreters, will be offering a 10-week ASL course to provide basic communication techniques. Register by February.Read More