Culture Days is now firmly established in the national cultural calendar, with communities, activity organizers and the public expressing a remarkable sense of ownership and pride in Culture Days.
In 2017, there were nearly 800 cities, towns, hamlets and rural areas where close to 7000 Culture Days activities took place. Anyone can organize an activity, and thousands do! 4000+ activity organizers range from major cultural institutions to small organizations, community and volunteer-led groups and individual artists both professional and amateur. Inclusive, welcoming and celebrating Canadian diversity, Culture Days has been embraced by people of all ages and walks of life. Our promotional campaign inspired over 2 million Canadians to engage with arts and culture over the Culture Days weekend.
Take a look at this infographic summarizing Culture Days’ results and impact in 2017.
Click on the infographic to download it. Don't forget to share it with your followers across social media.
Culture Days 2014
Take a look at this infographic summarizing Culture Days’ results and impact in 2014.
Culture Days 2013
Check out this infographic summarizing Culture Days’ exceptional results and success in 2013.
Culture Days 2012
Download this report highlighting Culture Days' first three years of success.
National Media relations