The Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts have both made salary disclosures mandatory on their job listings, echoing a measure put in place by the BC Alliance in 2017.Read More
The latest news on BC's arts, culture and heritage sector.
Respectful Workplaces in the Arts has issued a Canadian Code of Conduct for the Performing Arts, a series of guidelines to create “safer, more inclusive, respectful workplaces where artists can thrive, free from all forms of harassment, including sexual harassment, discrimination, bullying and violence.”Read More
The funds, received from Canadian Heritage’s Canada Cultural Spaces Fund, will go towards a series of upgrades to increase the Centre’s accessibility, creating a safer and more inclusive venue for performers and audience members.Read More
On April 2-3 in Burnaby, the BC Touring Council is offering the "On the Road 2.0" Touring Workshop for young, aspiring emerging performers, agents, managers and administrators. The deadline to register is March 27.Read More
The BC Alliance for Arts + Culture will be a regional partner for the Linked Digital Future Initiative, which includes coaching programs and digital literacy solutions, and will explore new ways to digitize the performing arts.Read More
In the coming weeks, we’re excited to offer sessions on tax preparation, succession planning, Gaming grant applications, and reconciliation through Indigenous art! Click through for more information.Read More
The Granville Island Theatre District, helmed by Boca del Lupo and Carousel Theatre for Young People alongside CMHC-Granville Island, will steward performing arts programming at Performance Works, Festival House and the Waterfront Theatre.Read More