Respectful Workplaces in the Arts
CHRC is taking the lead on a broad series of initiatives to provide the sector with training, tools and resources to help them deal with harassment and to prevent it – to ensure that respectful workplaces in the arts are the norm and to be expected. The performing, literary and visual arts and crafts are fully engaged!
Talent to Lead Year 3
T2L Year 3 will work with a third cohort of managers from Indigenous, culturally diverse and official language minority communities. Regional gatherings across the country will bring together T2L Cohorts 1, 2 and 3 for one-day meetings that will include training on harassment.
CHRC is working in partnership with Interactive Ontario to present an exciting project called Arts Futures. It will include a series of workshops in Toronto and Ottawa designed to provide artists/arts organizations with opportunities to build their digital skills.
CHRC has been able to support internships in 30 arts organizations across the country and across the sector in this year’s Building Careers in Heritage programme.
Recruitment and retention of arts managers and administrators (the spine of the cultural infrastructure across the country) continues to be a challenge for the sector.
CHRC Annual General Meeting – June 25 in Toronto
CHRC’s 24rd Annual General Meeting will take place on June 25, 2018 at 11:00 am. It will be held at 166 King Street East, Suite 300 in the offices and Boardroom of Simon and Schuster Canada