Act. Sing. Dance. Repeat.

Act. Sing. Dance. Repeat. is a hub for aspiring and emerging Canadian performers that provides tools and resources to help them start their careers on the right foot. Its principal feature is a program-finding tool where students can select programs from our comprehensive database of post-secondary-level training programs, save them to their profile, and add notes such as application deadlines, opinions and more!

Sharing Wellness - Art Worksheets from the Health Arts Research Centre

We are very excited to share our easy-to-use and fun art activities with detailed information about supplies, step-by-step instructions and points of discussion. These worksheets provide a wide variety of exercises, including activities for all ages, groups of different sizes and art experience. All of the worksheets has, as their common goal, of talking about and sharing wellness with all those involved. You will find the art worksheets organized by style of art, including: movement, visual art, music, photography or words!

Arts et lettres de la Montérégie-Ouest - Partenariat territorial


Avec une volonté partagée de soutenir la création artistique et sa diffusion en lien avec la collectivité, la Municipalité régionale de comté (MRC) de Beauharnois-Salaberry, la MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent, la MRC du Roussillon, la MRC des Jardins-de-Napierville, la MRC de Vaudreuil-Soulanges*, Culture Montérégie, la Table de concertation régionale de la Montérégie, le ministère des Affaires municipales et de l’Habitation et le Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (Conseil) ont signé une entente pour soutenir les projets qui impliquent formellement des initiatives


Dance Training Projects: Equity and Access


The program supports dance training derived from traditional, classical and/or contemporary African, Caribbean, Asian, Arabic, Middle Eastern, South Asian and Indigenous dance forms, and Deaf and disability dance practices. There are two categories:

  • Dance companies: contribution to the artistic fees for their dancer training program(s)
  • Individual dance artists who are Deaf and/or have a disability: contribution to the artistic fees for their dance training

Deadline dates

October 5, 2021, 1 p.m. ET


Dance Projects


The program’s priorities are projects that engage Ontario-based choreographers, and dance series/festivals that do not present the programmer’s work.

Deadline dates

April 8 and October 7, 2021, 1 p.m. ET



The Footprints Move Tool is a free resource for physical education or arts teachers and those interested in children and youth motor skill development. Learn basic biomechanics that will help you spot dangerous movement habits and tips and tricks on how to correct them. The online resource provides concise information on how bodies develop as well as sample activities for improving balance, alignment, and spinal awareness. Fun activities and teaching tips are available for different age groups, from preschool through to teens.

Supporting Arts and Learning in a Time of Crisis: November—December 2020

The overarching purpose of the digital roundtable discussion series were to gain a better
understanding of participants’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic and effects of physical
distancing on their work in arts and learning. The first series of digital roundtable discussions took place
in March-April 2020 and a follow up series occurred in May 2020. At that time, arts and learning
stakeholders were adjusting to the early phases of the pandemic characterized by province or city-wide

Shaw Wellness for Students: An Arts-Based Mental Wellness Program

This program uses practices found in the performing arts, and adapts them for students of all ages, to encourage the benefits of health and wellness.  Through the guided video series and Teacher's Guide, students can explore units in Breath Work, Movement, Voice, Rhythm, and Active Listening/Reflection.  Extension activities and Curricular Outcomes (Ontario) are provided with each unit.

Rozsa Foundation Grants

The Rozsa Foundation supports Alberta-based arts charities to undertake initiatives that harness the power of exploration, experimentation, and innovation to move their organizations forward. The Rozsa Foundation offers grants to support planning, capacity building & leadership, internal development, organizational experimentation, and implementation of bold, forward-looking approaches to addressing current & future challenges.