Site of the month
The section “Site of the month” includes every link published on the front page of the site. They are presented in reverse chronological order, the most recent ones to the oldest. The section was published for the first time on 1st January 2002 (in French only until 1st September 2009). You can browse through the archives via the page navigation, which is at the bottom of this page. You can also search for a specific link using the search box located to the right of the main menu bar or by using the advanced search tool that you find in the menu “Resources”.
We are more: “We are more – Act for culture in Europe” is a campaign in favour of the arts and culture, which was launched two years ago. The temporary initiative will continue until the European Union decides its next budget for the years 2014-2020.
Montréal arts-affaires: The portal is designed for business people, artists and arts organisations who will find ideas, information and initiatives aimed at bridging the gap between the world of art and business.
Nos livres à juste prix: Québec book industry associations support the introduction of a legislation to regulate the price of books. They propose to sell books at prices set by the publisher for nine months after their publication.
Citizen Media Law Project: The project, hosted by Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet & Society, provides legal resources, education and tools to individuals and organisations involved in online journalism and digital media.
ENCATC Journal of Cultural Management and Policy: The new annual publication aims at stimulating debate on cultural management and cultural policy among scholars, educators, policy makers and cultural managers through a multidisciplinary perspective.
The Global Mail: The not-for-profit news website, based in Sydney, is philanthropically funded and accepts no advertising. It features original and independent journalism on a clean and well designed platform.
Washington State Arts Commission: The commission, established in 1961, collaborates with artists and arts organisations to conserve and develop critical artistic resources. It strives to further policies that promote statewide arts awareness and deepen investments in Washington State's cultural legacy.
Canadian Arts Coalition: The coalition of Canadian cultural associations and organisations, launched in 2007, defends essentially two measures. First, to increase the annual budget of the Canada Council for the Arts to 300 million $CA. Second, to push the Canadian government to invest in a new market access and development fund to support international touring and dissemination of Canadian art.