June 27, 2016 – The arts matter more than sports when it comes to attracting skilled workers. But businesses may not know it yet. Read more
Digitizing the Performing Arts: An Assessment of Opportunities, Issues and Challenges is designed to offer a springboard for new conversations and digital capacity- and skill-building in the presenting field.
June 16, 2016 – Across Canada and around the world, artists are working with diverse communities in participatory art making processes: art for social change, socially-engaged art, community arts, and cultural mediation all fall within this movement. Read more
June 14, 2016 – In February, HC Link partnered with CAPACOA and Arts Health Network Canada to present a webinar on Arts and Health: Partners in Well-Being. This webinar offered an introduction to arts and health practices, an overview of research findings, as well as an exploration of cases and resources. Read more
June 2, 2016 – If you see more grey hair in your venue, don’t panic. The whole population is aging; not just your audience. Read more
May 16, 2016 – Last week, Statistics Canada released a series of economic indicators on arts and culture. The absolute figures – $54.6 billion, 630,000 jobs – are impressive. The trends over time, less so. Read more
- Changing Patterns in Recreation Expenses
- Writing the Next Chapter of Canadian Cultural Policy
- Where Does Audience Research Takes Us Next?
- Changes in Favour of Efficiency, Transparency and Trust at Canadian Heritage
- Proposed Legislation to Help Touring Canadians Enter U.S.
- Presenting Networks at the ECMW
- Arts Sector Delighted by the Support for Arts & Culture in the 2016 Budget
- Agents and Managers Gather for a Special Retreat
- Dialogue on International Taxation Begins with CRA
- Goodbye TFWP; Welcome International Mobility Program