Hill Day 2014

Arts Day on the Hill 2014: A Real Success

October 22, 2014 – More than 100 art supporters responded to the invitation of the ...

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Join the Discussion! #ArtsVote

  Make your Voice Heard on Social Media   #artsvote Twitter hashtag – If you are tweeting about federal election arts issues, we ask that you consider using the hashtag #artsvote alongside #canpoli – and tell everyone you know to do the same! Visit us @artscoalitionca Social Media Primer – Wondering how to get involved in […]

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We’re Collaborating with Apathy is Boring!

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We’re Collaborating with Apathy is Boring!

In one of our last posts, Preparing for the Federal Election, we mentioned an exciting collaboration. Well now, the Coalition is proud to officially present a new partnership with Apathy is Boring! We’ll be busy creating and sharing tools and resources to increase civic involvement across Canada. Moreover, we will work together across various platforms to reach and encourage new voters to participate […]

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Frédéric Julien Joins Kate Cornell as Co-Chair of the Coalition

Frédéric Julien, dedicated arts advocate and administrator, was unanimously appointed as Co-Chair of the Canadian Arts Coalition by the Coalition’s Steering Committee. Frédéric Julien is Project Manager at the Canadian Arts Presenting Association (CAPACOA), in addition to being an active consultant and a board member at the Arts Health Network Canada. Julien is well-known in […]

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Preparing for the Federal Election

On May 22, the Coalition’s Election Committee met with the broader Coalition membership to present and discuss a set of election strategies. These include: Ongoing arts promotion, in conjunction with existing campaigns such as Arts is Serious Business; Preparing report cards for each party, with responses to a series of questions and videos stating each party’s […]

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