November 25, 2015 – Retired director of the Centre for the Arts at Brock University, Debbie Slade, was presented with the CAPACOA Lifetime Achievement Award during the opening evening of the 28th CAPACOA Conference. Read more
The 28th annual CAPACOA Conference takes place in Ottawa from November 25 to 28, 2015. Celebrating The Culture of inClusion, the event will Investigate many facets of inclusion. Registration is now OPEN!
November 25, 2015 – The National Arts Centre (NAC) is pleased to announce that Norman Armour, Artistic and Executive Director of Vancouver’s PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, has been awarded the 2015 National Arts Centre Award for Distinguished Contribution to Touring in the Performing Arts. Read more
November 17, 2015 – According to an article published in Le Devoir, "in 1992, 45.5% of Quebecers had at least one cultural activity per day; the proportion decreased to 33.5% in 2010." Read more
November 17, 2015 – In this issue: statistics on arts presenting and time use, meet your new MP, new minister, Debbie Slade to receive Life Achievement Award, and more. Read more
November 10, 2015 – Did you know that Canadian presenting organizations pay artistic fees estimated at more than $ 200 million per year? This is one of the findings from a unique data sharing agreement between Canadian Heritage and CAPACOA. Read more
- Canadian Arts Coalition Welcomes New Canadian Heritage Minister
- Of Impairment and Aesthetics
- The Value of Presenting at Nova Scotia Music Week
- CAPACOA Welcomes Danielle Lefebvre on the Board of Directors
- What's in the TPP for the Arts?
- Launch of the Presenters Capacity Building Program
- Call for nominations for the NAC Award for Distinguished Contribution to Touring
- Working Group Provides Comments on International Taxation
- CAPACOA Holds a Reception at WAA
- CAPACOA Undertakes Another Round of Negotiation with Re:Sound