Conference 2017

Canadian cultural treasure Susan Aglukark to be presented with CNAL/RCAA Lifetime Achievement Award

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

Juno Award winning singer/songwriter, Susan Aglukark will be honoured with The Canadian Network for Arts and Learning's Lifetime Achievement Award at a gala dinner taking place as part of the 2017 National Conference called Celebrating Canadian Diversity in Ottawa on October 19.

Parallel and Poster sessions

Call for Conference Presentations

CNAL/RCAA will hold a National Conference on October 18 – 20, 2017 in the stunning, cultural gathering space of the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health, 299 Montreal Road, Ottawa.  www.wabano.com   Participants will have an opportunity to learn about key issues in arts and learning, be inspired by celebrated speakers and community leaders, and contribute to the future development of the Network. Proposals are invited for presentations on research, best practices and program profiles on one of the following themes.

Speakers and Panelists

Céline Peterson - Host

"Céline Peterson is a brave and articulate champion for jazz. A valiant writer and speaker who works lovingly and tirelessly for the cause of dedicated musicians. Her brilliant mind and deep heart motivate her outspoken support for the present and future of music education.

Schedule

CNAL/RCAA Conference 2017

Thank you to all who attended the Celebrating Canadian Diversity conference on October 18 – 20 at the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health in Ottawa. We had an incredible time of inspiration, networking and learning about great initiatives happening across the country. We will be posting more photos here soon.

View the conference handbook here.

Here is the Visual Rapporteur’s Report created by MASC Artist Kate Settle.