The latest news on BC's arts, culture and heritage sector.

BC Culture Days Seeks Ambassadors 

Up to eight selected applicants from across BC will receive $1,000 each to act as a Culture Days spokesperson and to present an activity during the Culture Days weekend (September 28-30, 2018).

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REVOLUTION Schedule At a Glance

The Alliance's annual conference REVOLUTION: Engaging Human Creativity takes place Thursday, June 8. Here's the entire schedule at a glance. Register by noon, May 12, and benefit from our early bird registration discount. 

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Call for Artists: Ten Different Things

Call for Artists: Ten Different Things

Ten Different Things is the name of ten projects that will explore ways culture is experienced in Vancouver or provoke new visions of art and civic life. Submissions are open until May 22.

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You're Invited to City of Port Coquitlam Cultural Roundtable

You're Invited to City of Port Coquitlam Cultural Roundtable

The City of Port Coquitlam invites the community to join their Cultural Roundtable on Thursday April 6, 4:30 – 6:30pm at the Michael Wright Art Gallery in the Gathering Place. The focus for April’s meeting is PoCo’s Festival Development Action Plan.

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City of Fort St. John Calls for Proposals for Public Art Policy

The City of Fort St. John is currently accepting proposals for the creation of a public art policy. The deadline is April 4.

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Applications Open for City of Vancouver 2017 Community Arts Grants

Vancouver-based non-profits may be eligible for cash grants to help cover the costs of planning or producing a community art project or event. Attend a Feb. 15 workshop to learn more. 

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Community Arts Council of Vancouver Welcomes New Executive Director

Eric Rhys Miller, an arts administrator and community-engaged artist with a background in theatre, takes over leadership of the CACV from Chris Gilpin, who departs for the BC Arts Council.

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CACV Accepting Proposals for DTES Community Arts Fund Program

The Community Arts Council of Vancouver is accepting applications for collaborative community arts projects from Downtown Eastside organizations. The deadline is March 20, 2017.

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A Call to Action Concerning the Community-Engaged Arts & the Canada Council

A team of concerned artists from across the country is urging members of the arts community to take part in a letter-writing campaign as a result of serious concerns about new policies affecting community-engaged arts practice in the context of the Canada Council's New Funding Model. 

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Mobilizing the Arts for Community Connection and Change

Registration is open for a free one-day summit, Mobilizing the Arts for Community Connection and Change, that will explore art as a catalyst for sparking community imagination around belonging, trust, and social resiliency in urban centres. The summit takes place October 22 at the Museum of Vancouver.

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