When it comes to explaining why the arts are key to a well-rounded and fulfilling education and should not be silo-ed, there are a range of arguments to be mustered, and at the moment the Federation is mustering them all.
UNESCO’s International Arts Education Week will take place, this year, from May 25 to 31. We are delighted to share a very helpful pdf document prepared by the World Alliance for Arts Education explaining the background of this celebratory week and suggesting various activities that arts educators may wish to engage in during the week to advocate for arts education. UNESCO Arts Education Week Info Pack
The 2015 National Roundtable for teacher education in the arts is fast approaching on May 28, 2015 at the University of Ottawa.
The event will present a balance of small and larger group shared experience and rich conversation that may lead to important recommendations affecting all that we do. There will be several outstanding guest speakers who will present intense insights guaranteed to inspire.
CNAL/RCAA NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2015 will take place on March 25, 2015 at The Royal Conservatory’s magnificent Koerner Hall. This inspiring event is hosted by the UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning, The Royal Conservatory of Music, and will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Learning Through the Arts (LTTA).
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 18, 2014
Kingston, ON - On September 24th, the Canadian Network for Arts & Learning (CNAL) will welcome members and guests for the launch of its first Networking Hub at Queen’s University in Kingston, with a professional development and networking event hosted by the UNESCO Chair in Arts & Learning.
Ottawa, April 10, 2014 – The 2014 winner of the Canada Council John Hobday Award in Arts Management is Chris Lorway, Executive Director of Soundstreams in Toronto. The $10,000 prize, made possible through a generous endowment from The Samuel and Saidye Bronfman Family Foundation, is awarded annually to established and mid-career arts managers for professional development or mentorship.
Whether you are a seasoned activity organizer or a culture lover with something incredible to share with your community, now is your chance to participate. Early-registration for the 5th edition of Culture Days is now open!
An inspiring creative leadership workshop taking place in Toronto. Facilitated by CNAL member, Sheena D. Robertson.
Three nights, two days of dance performances by renowned artists, and classes in western and non-western dance technique, repertory and composition.