In this issue: Recent research examining the arts and digital technologies, including Canadian reports on the arts in general and the performing arts in particular, along with findings from a survey of American arts organizations’ digital marketing.
In this issue: Canadian statistics on the performing arts, including a detailed analysis of data on performing companies, a survey of the social impacts of dance organizations, and an article on performing arts attendance in Quebec.
In this issue: Four reports examining the situation of arts organizations, including Canadian statistics on art museums and galleries, artist-run centres, and performing arts presenters as well as an American report examining the sustainability of arts and culture organizations in select cities.
Performing arts / Theatres
In this issue: A focus on the situation of theatres and other performing arts organizations in Canada, including summaries of a survey of performing arts organizations, a fact sheet on theatre, a survey of the importance of theatre in Canadian communities, and a report on challenges and opportunities in “the changing theatre landscape”. View the html or pdf version of this message
The Arts Research Monitor is funded by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council.
DEADLINE: UNTIL FULL
Duration: 1 week to 1 month, March 12 to December 31
Disciplines: Literature, performing arts, visual arts
Target Group: International
Arte Studio Ginestrelle aims to: promote contemporary art in all of its artistic forms; stimulate creativity through direct contact with nature and respect for the environment; favour a moment of interchange of ideas on contemporary art; set up artistic workshops, exhibitions, and open-air art along the paths of Ginestrelle, in the Regional Park of Mount Subasio. (more…)
Discipline: Performing Arts, Visual Arts
Target Group: International
Apothiki aims at introducing artists and organizations to the island atmosphere of Paros – a creative environment that has inspired artists for more than 5000 years – and further develop Paros as a meeting place for creative people from around the globe. In cooperation with artists, art galleries, foundations and cultural institutions – both Greek and international, this multi-functional space will host contemporary art exhibitions and cultural events and provide a working and living space for artists in residence. The Residency program is part of a wider range of activities organised in the art centre such as exhibitions, concerts and seminars. Artists, scholars, art managers and critics are invited to submit their application for a 2 to 4 week residency to take place in 2010 or 2011. The program will start in April 2010. Artists that like to organise a small ‘group’ residency can submit a joint application. MORE INFO >>
18th Street Arts Complex is a nonprofit residential arts center in Santa Monica that supports artists and arts organizations dedicated to issues of community and diversity in contemporary society.
18th Street maintains four programs that reflect its mission:
1) a Residency Program designed to help professionalize Los Angeles-based artists and arts organizations;
2) an International Artist-in-Residence Exchange Program created to foster inter-cultural collaboration and dialogue;
3) an Arts Education Program initiated to develop teaching and community building skills among artists, while at the same time imparting basic arts techniques, appreciation and creative problem solving to area school children; and,
4) a Public Events and Presenting Program to encourage artists to hold slide talks, discussions, or show new work in a relaxed, professional environment. (more…)