This year highlights a milestone for Canada, and we are taking this opportunity to reflect on the meaning of cultural relations today in both countries.
About Now | À Propos
The OFFTA festival and BUZZCUT festival are uniting for a week of artistic exchange.
Outriders sees Scottish writers undertake journeys across the Americas, each accompanied by a local writer to explore and investigate ideas of language, identity and territory.
Dive into the immersive, accessible and inclusive world of Deaf, disability and Mad arts at The Republic of Inclusion in Ottawa.
On August 23, the MUTEK festival features programming that highlights the links between the city of Montreal and the cultural metropolis of London.
6 musicians. 3 visual artists. 3 train journeys from coast-to-coast.
The London-based design studio Marshmallow Laser Feast will collaborate with local artists and technologists to produce an interactive and immersive piece in the heart of Montreal.
This October, from Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto and Montreal, a literature program connects contemporary voices from Canada and the UK to exchange on ideas related to identities, places, and territories.
Michael Landy is producing a new site-specific commission for The Power Plant in the context of the celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial.
A group of international artists are taking part in a creative residency curated by Karen Alexander that will explore themes of migration, memory and transformation.
Join Canadian and international artists, scholars, policy and change-makers to explore the present and future of the vibrant and fast-growing field of art for social change.