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What is the current state of arts and learning in Canada after more than two years dealing with pandemic restrictions, and where is it headed? Did we benefit from learning new ways of connecting with our students and audiences, or do we want things to go back to how they were before?
Canadian Research Project finds Glaring Inequities in Music Education Across our CountryThe Coalition for Music Education in Canada will be hosting a virtual event on February 24th, 2022 to discuss the findings, opportunities, and to celebrate the increased interest in music education in schools.
Statistics Canada is launching a new mobile app to understand the impact of cultural participation on well-being in collaboration with the Canada Council for the Arts and the Department of Canadian Heritage. The Vitali-T-Stat app asks participants in-the-moment questions about their daily activities and feelings.
The Board of Directors of the Canadian Network for Arts & Learning is delighted to announce the appointment of two new members of the Board. Please join us in welcoming award-winning spoken word artist Dwayne Morgan and clarinettist, conductor and participatory arts facilitator Louise Campbell to our team.  
Creative Convergence 2021 - Confirming the role of the arts in pandemic recovery
The Art for Social Change Network (ASCN): A New Canadian National Community-Engaged Arts Network