The Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) unveils its proposals for a minimum fee increase in the field of media arts for the year 2024. These fee schedules, established during the 2022 Annual General Assembly (AGA) of IMAA, aim to raise the standards of compensation for the entire independent media arts community to promote fair remuneration for artists.
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On December 14th, Michelle Chawla, Director and CEO of the Canada Council for the Arts, issued a statement to the arts community. This statement evaluates the first six months of her term at the helm of the organization and outlines her thoughts on how the Council plans to collaborate with the artistic sector in the future.
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The Office québécois de la langue française has recently announced the release of its new study titled “Language of Cultural Content Consumption in Quebec in 2023,” available online today. Data collected from a survey of 3,565 individuals in spring 2023 focuses on the languages preferred by adult Quebecers for consuming cultural products such as films, shows, books, newspapers, radio programs, and performances. These results may be of particular interest to you and your organization.
For more details, consult the study here.
On November 13th, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec hosted a virtual information session dedicated to supporting the mission of cultural organizations. You now have the opportunity to view this presentation online on the Youtube platform.
Please note that the deadline for registration for this program is set for February 1, 2024, for the 2024-2028 funding cycle.
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