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Culture Days 2020: September 25th – October 25th

“Join us for an even bigger national celebration where arts, culture, and creativity intersect. Indoors, outdoors, and online—discover the world of arts and culture across Canada.

Culture Days is extending beyond the traditional Culture Days Weekend to a more inclusive and interactive 4-week schedule of activities. Kicking off September 25th and running until October 25th, Culture Days invites everyone to participate in and show appreciation for arts and culture in their own communities and nationwide!

The Culture Days website will act as a promotional platform for creators of every kind to showcase thousands of virtual and in-person activities. Visitors can find small-gathering or self-guided events near them, while going digital allows participants to virtually criss-cross the country and discover live-streamed performances and other online presentations.

Our team of provincial and national partners would like to thank Culture Days organizers from across the country for their input and patience as we’ve been developing our contingency plans for the summer and fall. We’re excited to continue working with the collective network and supporters to present Culture Days in a way that celebrates arts and culture, while protecting the health of everyone.”

For more information: https://culturedays.ca/en/2020-planning


En vue de septembre

Joignez-vous à nous pour une célébration nationale encore plus grande où les arts, la culture et la créativité se croisent. À l’intérieur, à l’extérieur et en ligne, découvrez le monde des arts et de la culture à travers le Canada.

La Fête de la culture va au-delà de la fin de semaine traditionnelle et propose un programme d’activités plus inclusif et plus interactif sur quatre semaines. La Fête de la culture, qui débute le 25 septembre et se poursuit jusqu’au 25 octobre, invite tout le monde à participer et à montrer son appréciation des arts et de la culture dans sa propre communauté et à travers le pays !

Le site web de la Fête de la culture servira de plateforme promotionnelle pour les créateurs de tout genre, afin de présenter des milliers d’activités virtuelles et en personne. Les visiteurs pourront trouver des petits rassemblements ou des événements auto-guidés près de chez eux, tandis que le passage au numérique permettra aux participants de parcourir virtuellement d’un bout à l’autre du pays et de découvrir des spectacles en direct et d’autres présentations en ligne.

Pour en savoir plus : https://culturedays.ca/fr/2020-planning

source: Culture Days / Fête de la culture

Webinar: Breaking Attendance Barriers (Apr 21, Culture Days)

Breaking Attendance Barriers: Why People With Interest Do Not Visit

“Research shows that a sizeable portion of people who report interest in visiting museums and other cultural organizations do not actually walk in the door. What gives? The first step to motivating attendance is understanding why interested audiences do not attend. This webinar hosts guest speakers from market research and predictive technology firm IMPACTS Research & Development – they will identify the most frequently cited barriers, from difficulty planning to preferring to watch Stranger Things on the couch. lMPACTS will provide an overview of the top data-backed barriers leading potential visitors to choose another leisure activity, and arm webinar attendees with trend research to inform the creation of strategies to overcome each of the top barriers.

Join us for this 45-minute presentation, with a 15-minute Q&A session.

Apr 21, 2020 2:00 PM EST.

Register now!

-from Culture Days

Digital Experiences (Culture Days)

“Although physical spaces may be closed during this current health crisis, the arts and culture sector continues to be brimming with amazing content. While we are more physically distant from each other, we are seeing great opportunities to connect, all through the digital sphere.

On Culture Days’ page you will find new ways to link to Ontario and Canada’s arts and culture community from within your own home – from new craft projects and kids activities to live-streamed performances and digital dance classes.

Performances, talks and other live content
Films, documentaries, and playlists
Kids stuff
Virtual tours and collections
Craft and DIY

-from Culture Days

Culture Days 2019 (Sept 27-29)

“The 10th annual Culture Days weekend is taking place September 27, 28 & 29th, with thousands of free events taking place across Canada! Join us in celebrating creativity in your community. Visit culturedays.ca to find events near you.”

-from Culture Days

Webinar: Art Education in the Digital Sphere (Culture Days)

“Get on your computer, turn on the TV, and tune into see how digital platforms are changing the game in arts education.

The webinar includes guest presentations from John Dalrymple with Canada’s National Ballet School, Jay Kimball at LiveArts Saskatchewan, and Douglas Friesen, teacher and arts educator. Watch as they identify barriers to participation and discuss the ways they work to bring accessible arts programming into classrooms.

This webinar looks at current trends in online education programming, and investigates the way arts organizations create digital lessons for younger audiences. Discussion revolves around the differences between live and digital education programming, and how organizations have utilized web platforms to expand their audience.”

For more information, please visit: https://www.culturedays.ca/organize/webinars

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Register Your Culture Days Event Now!

“As one of our 10-year anniversary initiatives, Culture Days is examining the arts and culture sector through the lens of Creativity, the Arts, and Well-being. The topic is the anchor of our year-round communications—across social media, we’ve been sharing research, ideas, and stories involving the many ways arts and culture are connected to the well-being of individuals and the vitality of our communities. Our special blog series by Leah Sandals deep dives into the theme by profiling organizations doing work in related fields.

Nearly every Culture Days event fits within the theme of creativity, the arts, and well-being. The work you do as artists and organizers have deep, meaningful impacts in the communities where you live and work, and Culture Days is the perfect opportunity to share how and why you do it!

Culture Days organizers hail from the full spectrum of cultural creators—from grassroots community volunteers and independent artists to major arts, culture, and heritage institutions. Best of all, there’s always room for more. Join us!

Culture Days offers a wide variety of resources, webinars, and research to inspire and assist organizers in all your planning, marketing, and promotion needs.”

To learn more about how to get involved, please visit: https://culturedays.ca/organize/resources/participation-guide

-from Culture Days

Webinar – Arts Participation in Canada: Setting the Stage for Well-being (Culture Days & Hill Strategies)

“In Culture Days’ first webinar of 2019, Hill Strategies President Kelly Hill presented key findings from Hill Strategies’ recent report on arts participation in Canada, including overall attendance, active participation, and engagement by different groups of Canadians. The research was also linked to concepts of well-being through arts participation. Webinar participants had the opportunity to discuss the relevance of the findings for their own work during a brief Q&A session at the end of the presentation.”

For more information, please visit: https://www.culturedays.ca/organize/webinars

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Webinar – Culture Days and Get Creative Festival: Recent findings from across the pond on personal well-being and arts participation

“On May 29, 2019 Culture Days was joined by BBC Arts Editor Stephen James-Yeoman and University College London (UCL) Senior Research Fellow Dr. Daisy Fancourt to discuss new research on the benefits of arts participation. A recent study conducted by Dr. Fancourt and UCL identified the different ways that people use creativity as a coping mechanism to control negative emotions, such as stress and anxiety, and how spending just a brief amount of time on artistic pursuits can have a direct impact on personal well-being.

The study has been released in connection with the Get Creative Festival – the UK-wide celebration of creativity that took place from May 11-19, 2019. Stephen James-Yeoman will speak about the festival, its audience, and ongoing research efforts, in addition to the many links between Get Creative and Culture Days.”

For more information, please visit: https://www.culturedays.ca/organize/webinars

-from Culture Days

Webinar: Deepening Sense of Belonging Through Arts and Culture (Culture Days & CAPACOA)

“What is belonging? How does it relate to arts and culture? And how can we strengthen belonging to each other and our communities? In 2017, Community Foundations of Canada and the Canadian Arts Presenting Association (CAPACOA) sought to answer these questions in Vital Signs: Arts & Belonging.

Building on this report and on subsequent research findings, this webinar will explore how arts and culture programs and venues make our communities better places to live by helping people connect through shared arts experiences.

The webinar is presented by Frédéric Julien, Director of Research and Development at CAPACOA. Frédéric has been active in the performing arts for several years as an artist, an arts administrator, a consultant, an advocate, and a change maker. He has been leading research and development activities at CAPACOA for the last nine years. He is a regular speaker and session facilitator at conferences throughout Canada. He also frequently facilitates online dialogues on the state of the performing arts sector as part of the Arts in Perspective series.”

For more information, please visit: https://www.culturedays.ca/organize/webinars

-from Culture Days

Webinar: Get Creative, Get Well – New Research on Personal Well-being & Arts Participation (Culture Days)

Culture Days will be joined by BBC Arts Editor Stephen James-Yeoman and University College London (UCL) Senior Research Fellow Dr. Daisy Fancourt to discuss new research on the benefits of arts participation. A recent study conducted by Dr. Fancourt and UCL identified the different ways that people use creativity as a coping mechanism to control negative emotions, such as stress and anxiety, and how spending just a brief amount of time on artistic pursuits can have a direct impact on personal well-being.

The study is being released in connection with the Get Creative Festival – the UK-wide celebration of creativity taking place this year from May 11-19. Stephen James-Yeoman will speak about the festival, its audience, and ongoing research efforts, in addition to the many links between Get Creative and Culture Days.

Webinar – May 29, 2019 12:30 PM EST”

For more information and to register, click here.

-from Culture Days