Expanding the arts: K23-67/2012E-PDF

deaf and disability arts, access and equality strategy /

"In keeping with its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusive policies, the Canada Council for the Arts has identified that developing and implementing a strategy to promote equality in the arts for Deaf Canadians and Canadians with disabilities is an institution-wide responsibility. In addition, the Canada Council recognizes that Deaf and disability arts are important evolving sectors and art practices in the Canadian arts ecology, to be supported, promoted and advanced. This strategy is for use by Canada Council staff, applicants and the wider arts community. It provides definitions, background and context, Canadian and international legislation and information about the Canada Council’s consultation process as well as direction, key focus areas, goals, strategies and priorities for the Council"--p. 2.

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Department/Agency Canada Council for the Arts.
Title Expanding the arts
Subtitle deaf and disability arts, access and equality strategy /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Cover title. "May 30, 2012". Issued also in French under title: L'art à part entière : stratégie d'accès et d'égalité pour l'avancement des pratiques des artistes handicapés ou sourds.
Date 2012.
Number of Pages 27 p.
Catalogue Number
  • K23-67/2012E-PDF
Subject Terms Persons with disabilities, Hearing disabilities, Arts