Archive for 'Arts Organizations'

Uma Nota Culture

Uma Nota is a reference point for world citizens and lovers of music and culture. It is a unique event series focusing on Afro-Brazilian, Latin, Caribbean, Funk and Soul music provided by both live acts and DJs. Unpretentious, open-minded, lively and fun, Uma Nota is a place where locals, intellectual, artists and trendsetters come together […]

M-DO School of Kathak

Founded in 1991, M-DO is a leading Canadian arts institution that promotes the traditional practice of classical North Indian Kathak dance and Tabla, and supports other world art forms.

AWA – African Women Acting

African Women Acting is a not-for-profit African Women Artists organization geared towards empowering, preserving and promoting Women issues & the heritage of African culture through African arts and Female artistes or artistes with African expression. We also intend to increase the public understanding and appreciation of African traditional and contemporary arts through professional female artistic […]

Native Women in the Arts

Established in 1993, Native Women in the Arts is a not-for-profit organization for First Nations, Inuit and Metis women from diverse artistic disciplines who share a common interest in culture, art, community and the advancement of Indigenous peoples. Founded in 1993 by Sandra Laronde, Native Women in the Arts has fostered the artistic careers of […]

Music Gallery

A centre for promoting and presenting innovation and experimentation in all forms of music, and for encouraging cross-pollination between genres, disciplines and audience. www.musicgallery.org

Batuki Music Society

Batuki Music Society is an incorporated non-profit community-based organization that promotes African music and art through performances at music venues throughout the year and culminating into a weekend festival at the end of the programming season. The organization actively seeks out local artists and works with them by helping find performance venues, advice on career […]


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