Ontario will soon have a new tool to assess the health of its arts and learning sector. Thanks to a three-year, $541,000 Grow grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Canadian Network for Arts & Learning will conduct a three-year research project, resulting in a comprehensive online map and database of arts education programming happening across the province. Along with listing detailed information about programming in schools, community centres and...
Position Summary Reporting to the Managing Director, the Researcher/ Database Coordinator plays a key role in populating a database and creating an online map of the Ontario arts and learning sector. The ideal candidate will tirelessly mine the internet for detailed data and will keep immaculate records of data sources. He or she will know how to create an attractive, user-friendly online map and will be passionate about populating it with comprehensive data. The...
Position Summary: Reporting to the Managing Director, the Communications Specialist will assist in planning and implementing a comprehensive communications strategy to support a project mapping arts and learning throughout Ontario. The ideal candidate will be passionate about increasing online interactions and website traffic, and building a dynamic and responsive brand. The Communications Specialist will be an excellent writer and editor, will be on the edge of social...
For small organizations and individuals offering arts learning programming, the thought of going through an assessment may seem overwhelming. However, it’s likely that you’re already doing some assessment activities without realizing it, such as taking photos or documenting comments that you’ve received, even ones from Facebook and other social media. In this post, we will explore some basic assessment techniques that any facilitator can do without...
Event Date and Time:
Monday, May 16, 2016 - 9:00am to Tuesday, May 17, 2016 - 5:00pm
We are planning for 50 participants from all areas of Canada.  If you are a member of the following, we want you with us – professors, teachers, researchers, artists, consultants, government professionals, arts/cultural organizations and institutions, teacher education candidates, graduate students, anyone interested.  We will be opening registration on April 1, 2016.  Most of the proceedings and experiences will be held at the Ottawa City Hall and...
Event Date and Time:
Wednesday, July 6, 2016 - 2:30pm to Friday, July 8, 2016 - 5:30pm
Call for papers deadline: March 25 The 11th IERG International Conference on Imagination and Education will be held in the beautiful city of Vancouver, Canada between 6 – 8 July, 2016 at the SFU Harbour Centre. For the 11th time, this event offers a unique opportunity for teachers, academics, policy makers and other professionals from around the globe to share their broad array of knowledge and perspectives. This 3-day long conference is an excellent...

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