The QC-UK Connections scheme promotes international exchange programs between Québec and the UK involving artists, directors, authors, and cultural workers.
Past Arts Programmes in Canada
AMPLIFY D.A.I connects women-identifying artists working in digital arts and electronic music across the Americas and the UK
Cripping the Arts was a three-day Deaf and Disability arts conference and symposium which took place January 24-26, 2019.
Find out about Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto and the Creative Incubation Lab!
6 artistic directors from the UK to join a group of 30 theatre-makers from Canada and the US, as part of Directors Lab North at Luminato Festival.
This year highlights a milestone for Canada, and it is an opportunity for the British Council to reflect on the meaning of cultural relations today. Defined by reciprocal cultural interactions, our 2017 cultural programme explores the rich stories that can be found in the complex and prolific relationship between the UK and Canada.
Taking place on April 30 at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, Cripping the Stage is a cabaret event featuring cutting-edge talent in disability arts from Canada and the UK.
We are pleased to support MISSIVES, a broadsheet publication programmed by Patrick Staff and Robin Simpson and produced by the Contemporary Art Gallery from February 12 to April 24, 2016.
The Forest Fringe Microfestival, curated and produced by SummerWorks, took place at Toronto’s Theatre Centre as part of Progress Festival.