Everyone is encouraged to get involved – whether you are a professional or amateur cultural creator (artist, artisan, educator, animateur, historian, curator, choreographer, architect, designer, to name a few), municipality, library, group or organization in an urban, suburban or rural community – you can play a part in Culture Days.
This is an open invitation for all individuals, organizations, groups and municipalities to register free interactive arts or cultural activities in your community during the next Culture Days on September 26, 27 & 28, 2014.
Not organizing an activity? As a member of your community, you play a key role in showing artists and cultural organizations that they matter. Whether you are already an active participant in arts and culture or curious to discover new opportunities within your creative community, Culture Days is the perfect occasion for you!
There is no fee to register. If you want to register a free participatory or interactive arts or cultural activity during the upcoming fifth annual Culture Days weekend, stay tuned for more information about when registration will open.
Check out the Culture Days Participation Guide to learn more about how you can present an activity and other ways to get involved.
* To register an activity that will take place in Alberta, please visit the Alberta Culture Days web site.
** To register an activity that will take place in Québec, please visit the Journées de la culture web site.
From highlighting your community, raising your profile and meeting new audiences, to networking and connecting with like-minded citizens, the reasons are multiple.
Anyone can get involved! If you’re not planning or organizing an activity, you can also participate by supporting what’s happening in your community in a number of ways, including the following.
Even if you are not presenting an activity, as an inclusive initiative driven by solidarity and collaboration, Culture Days relies on your involvement.
Register by midnight ET on Sunday, August 11, 2013 to participate in the Activity Registration Promotion and your activity might be featured in a Culture Days ad in The Globe and Mail during the lead up to the big weekend this September!