CCEDA, Quest Theatre and the Rozsa Foundation invite you to:
Full Spectrum: An arts equity training intensive
March 12 & 13
Quest Theatre Rehearsal Hall, cSPACE King Edward
Tuition fees: Sliding scale from $25 – $225
Daily lunches provided
Full Spectrum offers up a foundational overview of core arts equity concepts, along with practical tools for assessment and implementation, and has been adapted into an arts sector context – from decades of experience working across artistic disciplines, with all equity-seeking communities.
CCEDA’s foundational arts equity intensive has been successfully piloted across Canada – with CADA, PACT, Opera.ca, Orchestras Canada and the Canadian Dance Assembly. We’re now happy to bringing this training home, through the generous support of Quest Theatre, Rozsa Foundation and Calgary Arts Development.
For more information and/or to register, please visit the Full Spectrum website.
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.
Arts Research Monitor Recherches sur les arts
Vol. 15 No 1 April 2016 © Hill Strategies Research Inc., 2016 ISSN 1708-170X
Diversity and equity
In this issue: An in-depth study of the situation of diverse arts organizations in Canada and the United States, two Canadian guides for developing accessible and inclusive programming, and an American literature review related to cultural equity and inclusion.
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The Arts Research Monitor is funded by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council.