The Edmonton Heritage Council seeks an exhibit designer to curate, design, and produce an exhibit for their upcoming Edmontonia Living Rooms project. A collaboration between the EHC and the Multicultural Health Brokers Co-Operative, and funded by the Government of Canada’s Canada 150 fund, Edmontonia Living Rooms brings together Edmonton’s cultural communities to celebrate the unfolding story of Canada.
Through a series of community gatherings leading up to a traveling public exhibit, Edmontonia Living Rooms will share stories and experiences from diverse Edmontonians related to universal themes including home, learning, love, and healing.
Please contact Azkaa Rahman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-340-1425 if you have any questions.
Submission Deadline: February 16, 2017
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Calgary Arts Development is pleased to announce a unique partnership with The Calgary Congress for Equity & Diversity in the Arts (CCEDA), called In/Pact.
“Calgary Arts Development is excited to be working with CCEDA on the In/Pact initiative,” says Patti Pon, President and CEO of Calgary Arts Development. “Working together, we will develop a suite of reporting, measurement and assessment tools to assist Calgary’s arts sector with their own equity & diversity strategies.”
Canada’s professional arts sector is at an historic moment. Diversity has been officially recognized as a primary driver of artistic, social and economic enrichment. We are on the cusp of some momentous changes to the Canadian cultural landscape as a result. The specific goals of In/Pact are consequently to stimulate city-wide discussion about the value of equity & diversity in the arts and strengthen the arts sector’s equity, diversity & inclusion capacity.