This is where you can register activities, plan your Culture Days weekend and create a customized Bright Spots Schedule, presented by National Partner Sun Life Financial, through their Making the Arts More Accessible™ program.
Registration of new activities for the 2017 edition of Culture Days taking place on September 29, 30 & October 1 will begin in the spring.
Call for Volunteers, for Honest Ed's Festival, "An Honest Farewell" from February 23-26. Apply today: http://bit.ly/TO4EVolunteer
Stay tuned for next year's Culture Days event on September 29, 30 & October 1st, 2017!!! #culturedays
The National Arts Centre today announced the National Creation Fund, a $25 million fund that will support ambitious new Canadian work in theatre, dance and music by artists and arts organizations across Canada. https://nac-cna.ca/en/media/newsrelease/15377
Le « Dix en Tête » des villes et villages 2016 a enfin été révélé! Winnipeg, MB (population de plus de 500,000), London, ON (population entre 50,000 et 499,999), et Flin Flon, MB (population de moins de 49,999) se sont hissées au sommet des villes participantes, classées selon le nombre d’activités enregistrées à la Fête de la culture cette année! https://cdn2.culturedays.ca/assets/2016%20Final%20Infographics/CD2016_Top10_infographic_FR.jpg
The 2016 Top Ten cities and towns lists this year include on-going champion Winnipeg, Manitoba (for cities with a population over 500,000), London, ON (population of 50,000 – 499,999), and Flin Flon, MB (population under 49,999). These cities and towns were ranked by the total number of activities published on the Culture Days website this this year. https://cdn2.culturedays.ca/assets/2016%20Final%20Infographics/top-10-cities-and-towns-2016.jpg
Thank you Brockville for being part of Culture Days! http://www.recorder.ca/2016/11/25/citys-culture-days-rank-high Brockville, Ontario
Yukon art students tell the story of climate change science while working with scientists & northern communities http://www.macleans.ca/education/college/yukon-college-art-students-tell-the-story-of-climate-change-science/