MAC-CAM Past
Projects

ART+ Summer Showcase 2022

The ART+ Summer Showcase will celebrate equity, diversity, inclusion and pluralism (EDIP) in the arts, including local artists from all Western and non-Western art disciplines. 

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2022 Reconnecting meeting

Meeting and drumming workshop after 2 years of isolation. We shared resources, information and opportunities. 

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2021 Women+ Art Showcase

In its second year, the Women+ Art Festival celebrated and showcased immigrant, refugee, Indigenous, and racialized women + artists living in the National Capital Region. It mixed in-person and online performances and featured a 2-week visual art exhibition as well as an evening of music, dance, and storytelling performances. 

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Women Art Festival: Immigrant, Refugee, Indigenous & Racialized

This festival organized by the Multicultural Artists Coalition (MAC) celebrated and showcased immigrant, refugee and racialized women artists living in the National Capital Region. The festival framed a three-day art exhibition, screenings, concerts, performances, a poetry recital, workshops, artist talks, and an academic lecture.

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ART+ Summer Workshop 2022

Knowledge is the foundation for capacity. Our ART+ Summer Workshop is a free program open to all artists in the National Capital Region to continue building sustainable artistic practices and increase a healthy balance in the cultural sector ecosystem. 

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2021 ART+ Winter Showcase

ART+ Winter Showcase celebrated equity, diversity, inclusion and pluralism (EDIP) in the arts, including local artists from all Western and non-Western art disciplines. It was an opportunity to foster cultural exchanges between artists belonging to equity-seeking groups and the local community.

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Community Capacity Building Workshop for Immigrant/Refugee Artists

The purpose of the workshop was to obtain, improve, and retain skills, knowledge, tools, equipment, and other resources so all the stakeholder (artists, City of Ottawa, and partners) could realize their development goals and enhance their abilities to achieve measurable and sustainable goals.

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