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Job Posting: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston Ontario

The Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen's University, Kingston, is looking for a Program Coordinator. Go to the Queen's website to find out more, or download details here: AEAC Program Coordinator

By | February 15th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

“Artists in Communities and Schools Projects Program” Info Session

Live in the Hamilton areas? Want to know more about the Ontario Arts Council "Artists in Communities and Schools Projects Program?" On Thursday, February 23rd the Ontario Arts Council will be holding an information session about their new Artists in Communities and Schools Projects Program at the Norfolk Arts Centre; it is free to attend. [...]

By | February 13th, 2017|education, funding, news, professional development, programs|0 Comments

CAGE Conference Details and Registration

Registration for the CAGE Conference 2017 is now open! This year's theme, Access and Advocacy, will be explored at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Here is our keynote speaker, Amanda Cachia, "Disabling the Museum" at the Awkward Bastards conference (via DASH)

By | February 3rd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

V&A Professional Development Program

The V&A Professional Development programme for Spring/Summer 2017 is now available to view online with details of courses available on the V&A website and through our dedicated LinkedIn showcase page. The full course booklet is also available to download here (PDF). By sharing the expertise and knowledge of our staff, our goal is to support [...]

By | December 30th, 2016|professional development, programs|0 Comments

Listen Up! ARTSCAPE podcasts from CAGE Symposium

Maybe you were able to come to CAGE Vancouver 2016. Maybe you heard some of our amazing speakers, including Jean-Luc Murray (Musée des Beaux-Arts, Montreal) and artist Justin A. Langlois. If not, don't worry. CFUV, the University of Victoria's radio station, has you covered. Their arts education podcast ARTSCAPE interviewed Murray and Langlois as part of [...]

By | August 8th, 2016|community, education, news, podcasts|0 Comments

engage 39 Looking for Submissions on Art & Health Issues

Two years ago, CAGE Symposium in Regina welcomed Jane Sillis from engage, CAGE's UK counterpart. After extensively sharing our practice over the course of three wonderful days, we realized that art educators in Canada and the UK have more similarities than differences. One location of mutual interest? Obviously visual art and wellbeing, judging from engage's [...]

By | August 3rd, 2016|education, journals|0 Comments

Vancouver Accommodations for CAGE 2016

CAGE is working with the Listel Hotel for the upcoming CAGE 2016 symposium. Reduced room rates are only available for a short time. If you're coming to CAGE 2016, please consider booking your room soon! The Listel Hotel 1300 Robson Street, Vancouver, B.C. Ph: (604)684-8461, toll free 1-800-663-5491 www.thelistelhotel.com Guestroom rate is $129.00/night, held until [...]

By | February 29th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Mashup in Vancouver: Time to Get Excited

Sherrie Levine's Fountain (after Marcel Duchamp) The CAGE symposium is just around the corner. The annual get-together of Canada's art educators is taking place in Vancouver March 31-April 2, 2016--and the star attraction is the Vancouver Art Gallery's MashUp exhibition. Want to know more about the full-gallery, top-to-toe installation? The Georgia Straight has [...]

By | February 26th, 2016|exhibition, symposium|0 Comments

Walking Together Part 2

As promised, here is the continuation of Walking Together, a guest post by Lorrie Gallant, Education Program Coordinator at Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford Ontario Two years later I submitted a grant application to Canada Council for the Arts to do the project again. I was successful and I began the project at Pauline Johnson Collegiate and [...]

By | December 1st, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Walking Together Part 1

By Lorrie Gallant, Education Program Coordinator at Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford Ontario. In the language of the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory “Ongweheonweh,” means first, original or natural people: "We have fought battles that were not our own. We have suffered sickness and diseases that were put on us.   And despite the effort [...]

By | December 1st, 2015|community, education|0 Comments