Let's Celebrate Dance!

International Dance Day, April 29 / Journée internationale de la danse, 29 avrilAll around Canada events are taking place to celebrate the National Dance Week and the International Dance Day. Canada is going to be dancing out of April and into May! Be sure to catch the fun happening in your region.

Check the NATIONAL DANCE WEEK LISTINGS

Célébrons la danse

Journée internationale de la danse, 29 avrilDes événements se déroulent partout au Canada afin de célébrer la Semaine nationale de la danse et la Journée internationale de la danse. Le Canada dansera ainsi d'avril en mai! Assurez-vous de ne rien maner des activités dans votre région.

Consulter la liste d'événements de la SEMAINE NATIONALE DE LA DANSE

News

Overview of the 2015 Federal Budget

April 22, 2015 – The federal government tabled its 2015 budget yesterday. It is a balanced budget, the first since 2007. Here's a brief outlook at the budget from the perspective of the arts.   Read more

All Access Volume 7 Issue 4

April 14, 2015 – In this issue: Touring beyond borders – R105, changes at the border, new U.S. visa service, international touring at the Canada Council and more.   Read more

Brush Up your Elevator Speech with Arts and Health Facts

April 13, 2015 - While sport and physical activity are widely acknowledged as important for good health, the links between arts and culture to health and wellbeing are less well understood and less frequently acknowledged. Curious to learn more? Here's an opportunity!   Read more

Spotlight on Aboriginal Arts

April 8, 2015 - The performing arts in Canada have very deep roots. Long before European explorers came to Canada, Aboriginal peoples had a rich, expressive artistic life including dance, theatre, storytelling, music – all inseparable from every other aspect of life. Aboriginal arts are very much alive and well today, as demonstrated by recent and upcoming events held by the Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance and the Talking Stick Festival in Vancouver.   Read more

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Membership

CAPACOA unites the Canadian performing arts presenting and touring sector, representing more than 150 presenting networks, presenters, agents and other stakeholders.

Presenter's toolkit: professional development, best practices, resources and references