Posted by Jennifer Petrilli on Tue Feb 23, 2021
The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning is pleased to announce that we have received the support of the Azrieli Foundation as our Arts Education Professional Development Partner.
Posted by Kaitlyn Bois on Tue Feb 16, 2021
By now, we all know we will not return to the old normal. There is growing agreement that our recovery must lead to greater inclusion, justice and sustainability – for a Canada where everyone matters.
Posted by Jennifer Petrilli on Mon Nov 16, 2020
The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning is pleased to announce a third series of online roundtable discussions for arts and learning practitioners to share the realities they are facing as we head into the second wave of the pandemic. We invite everyone to take part in the exchange as we discuss measures taken to virtually... more
Posted by Kaitlyn Bois on Thu Aug 27, 2020
On December 3, 2010, Sir Ken Robinson stood center stage in Winnipeg’s Burton Cummings Theatre and delivered an unforgettable keynote presented by the Canadian Network for Arts & Learning and the Manitoba Arts Council.
Posted by Kaitlyn Bois on Thu Aug 6, 2020
Since the onset of the pandemic in Canada in March, many artist-educators and arts organizations have gone to great efforts to pivot their method of instruction to include online arts lessons and classes.
Posted by Kaitlyn Bois on Thu Jun 25, 2020
The arts and learning sector is facing a crisis of frightening proportions. Over the past three months, hundreds of artists, educators and organizations from across the country have told us that anti-virus measures have devastated their world, not only by disrupting programs during the pandemic but, long term, by threatening to eliminate t