Resource Materials

Here are links to some of the resources informing our research:

Participatory Research: A Journey of Discovery by Lina DiGuevara presented June 2013 at CATR Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences

CPAMO Toolkit: Evidence Based Strategies to Promote Pluralism in the Arts by Charles C. Smith published 2012

Aboriginal Theatre in Canada – An Overview created by the National Arts Centre for the 2008-2009 season

Time be talking them segregation blues by Philip Akin originally posted in 2009 on Obsidian Theatre blog

Authentic Canadian Theatre by Jovanni Sy, originally posted in 2008 on Cahoots Theatre blog

Aboriginal Artistic Leaders Summit Report and Analysis by Candace Brunette, commissioned in 2007 by Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance

Adding It Up: The Status of Women in Canadian Theatre by Rebecca Burton, commissioned in 2006 by Nightwood Theatre, the Playwrights Guild of Canada and the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres

The Developmental Support to Aboriginal Theatre Organizations Study by Marie Clements, commissioned in 2005 by the Canada Council for the Arts

The Culture Satellite Account 2010 by Statistics Canada measures Canadian participation in culture and sport

Program Evaluations by the Department of Canadian Heritage assesses outcomes of various funding programs including Canada Arts Training and Arts Presentation Fund

Shared Platforms and Charitable Venture Organizations by Metcalf Foundation offers alternate models to charitable incorporation

Choreographing Our Future: Strategies for Supporting Next Generation Arts Practises by Shannon Litzenberger for the Metcalf Foundation

Comparative Report 2012-2013 by Orchestras Canada collects and collates financial and performance information on 67 Canadian orchestras

Diversity and Arts Attendance by Canadians in 2010 by Hill Strategies quantifies Canadian arts attendance by a number of demographics

A Statistical Profile of Artists and Cultural Workers in Canada 2011 by Canada Council for the Arts

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