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Interviews with artists featured in Framing Community

“In these short audio segments, artists Maggie Hutcheson, Emmy Pantin, Angola Murdoch and Cheryl L’Hirondelle describe their experiences in creating community-engaged arts projects. Topics discussed in...

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ArtBridges Tips & Tools Series #9: The Stuff of Community Engagement

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"Community Engagement:

Building relationships of trust with both the individuals your organization serves as well as residents of the broader community is the ultimate ai...

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Dimensions of Music Care Part 5: Music Technology

"Smart phones and social media have changed the way people engage with art. In many ways, technology has enabled its users to become confident artists.

Thanks to easy Instagram filters, m...

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Artist Residencies 101

"Artist residencies offer both a creative production space and an invaluable networking opportunity for both emerging and seasoned artists of all disciplines. On May 8th, 2018 Neighbourhood Arts Netwo...

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ArtBridges Tips & Tools Series #8: Training for Artists Working with Seniors in the Deaf or Disability Communities

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"ArtBridges asked the H’art Centre to share tips & tools, inspirations and reflections about their new and unique training program for artists working with seniors in the...

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Toward Training: The Meanings and Practices of Social Change Work in the Arts

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This study is motivated by Canadian choreographer and producer Judith Marcuse’s desire to develop opportunities for artists to learn to put their arts practice toward making mea...

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Re-approaching community development through the arts: a ‘critical mixed methods’ study of social circus in Quebec

"Community arts projects have long been used in community development. Nevertheless, despite many liberatory tales that have emerged, scholars caution that well-meaning organizations and artists may i...

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Re-approaching community development through the arts: a ‘critical mixed methods’ study of social circus in Quebec

"Community arts projects have long been used in community development. Nevertheless, despite many liberatory tales that have emerged, scholars caution that well-meaning organizations and artists may i...

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Dialogue with art galleries about disabilities: Jenel Shaw at Ignite Winnipeg

"The Arts and Cultural Industries Association/245 McDermot is proud to be the host of Ignite Winnipeg. Ignite is a geek event in over 100 cities that gives people the opportunity to share their person...

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Indigenous Artists' Needs Assessment Report Launch

"On Wednesday January 13th, ACI Manitoba lauched its' Indigenous Artists' Needs Assessment Report.

The Manitoba-wide survey of Indigenous artists yielded a wealth of responses which helps...

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Adapted Dance: Waka Waka

"Move N' Mingle is an adapted dance program, for people with intellectual disabilities that operates at the Prosserman Jewish Community Centre in Toronto Canada. We serve a diverse group of individua...

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Adapted Dance: Branle des Lavandieres

"Move N' Mingle is an adapted dance program, for people with intellectual disabilities that operates at the Prosserman Jewish Community Centre in Toronto Canada. We serve a diverse group of individua...

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