Arts Vote Toolkit

Are you looking for the 2015 #ArtsVote Election Toolkit? You can find it here.

Talk to your Candidates about the Arts

The Arts: a story we all share – A document to share with candidates

Talking with Candidates – Key questions and tips to use when candidates knock on your door

Key Statistics on Arts and Culture – The arts have a big impact on our economy and our society. Here are some relevant statistics to illustrate that impact.

Make your Voice Heard on Social Media

#artsvotecan twitter hashtag – If you are tweeting about federal election arts issues, we ask that you consider using the hashtag #artsvotecan – and tell everyone you know to do the same!

Social Media Primer – Wondering how to get involved in the social media universe? Here are some tips. You can also find a useful list of Twitter accounts and hashtags in this CAA Election Monitor.

Canadian Arts Coalition Facebook page – Join in on the discussion.

Just Vote

Political Party Platforms from the Arts and Culture Perspective – Compare what each party has to say with regards to arts and culture.

Elections Canada – Information on where to vote, what you need to bring and who your local candidates are.

Tips for Service Organizations

Initiatives for Service Organizations – If you are planning events or messaging for the election we can help you connect and share resources with others.

Dos and Don’ts for charities during an election campaign – Developed by Imagine Canada.

Support the Arts Vote Campaign

Embed the Arts Vote Widget on your web site – Copy and paste the HTML code below on any web page to embed the logo and a hyperlink to the Arts Vote Toolkit:

    <a href=”http://www.canadianartscoalition.com/2011/03/30/federal-election-2011-2/”><img class=”alignnone” title=”artsvote” src=”http://canadianartscoalition.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ArtsVoteENG-icon.jpg” alt=”” width=”180″ height=”115″ /></a>

Place the Arts Vote Avatar on your social media page

Arts Vote Avatar

Subscribe to The #artsvotecan Daily – An aggregate of recent arts-related links shared on Twitter and Facebook into an easy to read newspaper-style format.

Follow @artsvotecan on Twitter – And retweet us to amplify the influence of the campaign.

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12 Responses to Arts Vote Toolkit

  1. Meredith April 7, 2011 at 5:49 pm #

    Thanks for this. A great addition to this site would be a link to the Arts & culture platforms of the major parties.

    • Frédéric Julien April 18, 2011 at 2:25 pm #

      A link to the CCA’s Political Party Platforms from the Arts and Culture Perspective is now available.

  2. patricia Vanstone April 12, 2011 at 9:37 pm #

    This is a link to a youtube song written by John Roby called The Harper Song (Steve, It’s Time To Leave)

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