To help address the immense and unprecedented impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having, and will likely continue to have, on the B.C. arts and culture sector, we’ve developed significant updates to our policies and programs. In making these changes, we have been guided by four key objectives, to: support the sustainability of arts and culture
Dear colleagues in the arts and cultural sector in B.C., If you have not yet read the letter from the Honourable Lisa Beare, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture I would encourage you to take the time to do so. The measures we are taking at self-isolation and social distancing are necessary to help flatten
Message from the Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture to the British Columbia arts and culture sector regarding COVID-19. I want to start by thanking you for your leadership in this unprecedented situation. I know you are all working in extremely difficult and quickly-changing circumstances. The impacts of COVID-19 to the arts and culture sector
The BC Arts Council is now on Facebook and Twitter! If you’re on these platforms, please follow us and help us build a community interested in supporting and developing the arts and culture in B.C.
On October 21st, the Honourable Lisa Beare, Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture, tabled the BC Arts Council’s Annual Report for the fiscal year 2018 – 2019 in the B.C. Legislature. The redesigned report contains the status of the arts in B.C., the provincial impact of BCAC funding, and a progress report on the 2018