All Digits on Deck
Building digital arts services for collective impact
As technology progressively transforms every facet of society, there is a pressing need for the arts and culture sector to jointly take ownership of its own digital futures.
From March 15-20, 2019, the 2019 Digital Arts Services Symposium / Symposium des services d’arts numériques (DASSAN19) offers constructive, cross-sectoral dialogues and alliance-building opportunities inspired by pioneering keynote speakers, community salon sessions, professional industry exchanges, hackathon competition with a $5,000 grand prize, and a bootcamp for fledgling devotees to the digital world.
Proudly presented by ArtsPond in association with Agilo Arts and BeMused Network, DASSAN19 is designed to nurture valuable insights for both emerging and experienced producers and technologists alike, with the goal of building a critical digital practice within the arts and culture sector in Canada.
DASSAN19 is generously funded by the Digital Strategy Fund at Canada Council for the Ar
40,000 sq ft TV and Film Facility Announced at TIFF in Markham
First Studio City is building a 400,000-square-foot film studio in the City of Markham, Mayor Frank Scarpitti announced Sept. 7. Read More
Do Canada's Art Laws Need to Change?
The nation’s major museums are pushing for a speedy appeal to a recent court ruling. But is it the ruling, or the law itself, that needs to change? Read More
Meet the Winners of the 2018 Canadian Art Writing Prize
Critics from Toronto, Saskatoon and Vancouver make a strong showing in this year’s edition of the national art-writing prize. Read More
Latcham Art Centre Grand Opening
On August 23, Latcham Art Centre, formerly Latcham Gallery celebrated their grand opening at a their new location with their new name. A reception was held in celebration and their premiere exhibition was opened, Jaime Angelopoulos and Derrick Piens: Anthropocene. Latcham Art Centre is now located on 2 Park Drive in Stouffville. Read More
Art in Migration
Don't miss the spectacular, interactive, fall outdoor event featuring contemporary artists and musicians at the gorgeous and secluded Swan Lake!
Taking place on Sept 30. 1 - 4 pm. Learn More
Art in Migration is supported by the Town of Richmond Hill, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and local businesses
Georgina Arts Centre & Gallery Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Georgina Arts Centre &Gallery takes place on Monday, October 15 at 7pm. Learn More
Arts Society King presents the MOSAIC Magazine Fall 2018 Edition
King MOSAiC is produced by Arts Society King four times a year (March, June, September, and December), by a dedicated committee of volunteers. Read More Here
Richmond Hill Artist in Residence - Bookaleidoscope by Aimie Botelho
Blacksmith and artist Aimie Botelho has constructed an outdoor kaleidoscope that provides an opportunity to see the world in different colours and patterns. Enjoy a shared family experience where children and adults can view the world around them with a new perspective.
Learn more about the Artist in Residence Program