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Support for Deaf Artists and Artists with Disabilities

"The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) is deeply committed to ensuring that all Ontarians have access to the arts and that our programs are open to Deaf artists and artists with disabilities.


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Boundless: Deaf Artists, Artists with Disabilities and OAC

"Learn about the experiences of Deaf artists and artists with disabilities who have applied for grants or participated in juries.

Deaf artists and artists with disabilities were identifie...

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Arts Equity Video Series: Principle #1, Flexibility & Adaptability

"In this 1st video in a series of 5, learn about how flexibility and adaptability as an overarching principle to applying an arts & equity lens in your work and creative practice.


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Arts Equity Video Series: Principle #2, Reflexivity & Relationships

"The 2nd video in a series of 5 speaks to how reflexivity and relationships starts with critical self-reflection; reflecting on how our own position fits with those we aim to work with. This sort of r...

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Arts Equity Video Series: Principle #3, Relevance and Representation

"In this 3rd video in a series of 5, learn how to make art more relevant to individuals and communities. Art can be a tool for social change! Be inclusive, relevant and representative of your communit...

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Arts Equity Video Series: Principle #4, Embeddedness

"In this 4th video in a series of 5, learn how to be rooted within existing community contexts and initiatives. Consideration of community priorities and a clear benefit for participation is key!

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Arts Equity Video Series: Principle #5, Sustainability

"In this 5th video in a series of 5, learn how inclusive and mutual support can sustain individuals and collectives in community arts practices.

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Picturing Disability in Contemporary Art: First Friday Lecture by Danielle Fenn and Zana Marie Lutfiyya

By surveying portrayals of disability in contemporary art, Fenn and Lutfiyya will address the intersection of art and disability studies. Tensions exist between how the social sciences and the art world re...

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ArtBridges/ToileDesArts Evaluation Year 2 Report - Final

Founded in 2008, ArtBridges is a hub and forum for connection for anyone interested in or active in community-engaged arts and arts for social change in Canada. ArtBridges informs people...

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Intimate stories: Aboriginal women's lived experiences of health services in Northern British Columbia and the potential of creative arts to raise awareness about HPV, cervical cancer, and screening

"Guided by feminist and community-based participatory methodologies and by efforts to decolonize health research practices, and undertaken with qualitative research methods (interviews, open-ended que...

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First Peoples' Language Map of British Columbia

"British Columbia is home to 203 First Nations communities and an amazing diversity of Indigenous languages; approximately 60% of the First Nations languages of Canada are spoken in B.C. You can acces...

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Expanding the Arts: Deaf and Disability Arts, Access, and Equality Strategy

"With the Canada Council for the Arts’ publication of the Moving Forward: Strategic Plan 2008-11, disability was named as a new area of exploration within Direction 3: Equity. Soon after, the Equity...

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