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Le Réseau mènera une stratégie numérique pancanadienne pour les arts et l’apprentissage

Submitter: 
The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning / Le réseau canadien pour les arts et l'apprentissage

Le Réseau canadien pour les arts et l’apprentissage (RCAA) se lancera dans un projet échelonné sur trois ans, visant à promouvoir l’accès et la participation équitables aux arts et à l’apprentissage, grâce à une bourse du Fonds stratégique numérique du Conseil des arts du Canada.

The Network to spearhead a digital strategy for arts and learning across Canada

Submitter: 
The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning / Le réseau canadien pour les arts et l'apprentissage

The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning will embark on a three-year project to promote equitable access and engagement in arts and learning thanks to a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts’ Digital Strategy Fund. For the past three years, The Network has been constructing a national digital map, which now features more than 8500 arts and learning organizations, schools and practitioners.

inPath – Job Offer Mikw Chiyâm Program - Educational Coordinator

Submitter: 
N'We Jinan Integrative Arts Program

Job title: Mikw Chiyâm Educational Coordinator

Application deadline: July 21st 2019

Interview date (if shortlisted): July 26th, 2019

Job Start Date: August 5th, 2019

Must be available: Artist Training Week Retreat in Eastern Townships, Quebec – August 15th - 23rd

(Team members stay onsite for the whole week returning to Montreal on August 23rd)

Mental health crisis in teens is being magnified by demise of creative subjects in school

Submitter: 
The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning / Le réseau canadien pour les arts et l'apprentissage

See the original article on theconversation.com.

After the recent report by The Children’s Society that a quarter of 14-year-old girls have self-harmed, many campaigners have called for the root causes of the adolescent mental health crisis to be tackled – rather than just firefighting the symptoms.

The Lasting Effects of Artist-Teacher Partnerships on Former Students of Broadview School

Submitter: 
Saskatchewan Arts Alliance

In 2004, Broadview School began a six-year journey with ArtsSmarts Saskatchewan, a grant program that provided money for teachers to partner with professional artists in the classroom. Under the guidance of teacher Debbie Pearson, the school worked with Saskatchewan artists on projects in theatre, film, dance, hip hop, spoken word, and visual art. It has been 10 years since most of the students involved graduated from high school.