The Globe and Mail, by James Adams, Friday, May. 24 2013 - The federal government is contributing $1-million over the next two years to Culture Days, the annual three-day national celebration of arts and culture that started in 2010. Paul Calandra, Conservative MP and parliamentary secretary to Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore, made the announcement Friday in Toronto before 250 delegates to the 2013 National Congress on Culture.
The money will go toward determining best practices in digital marketing and social media for the estimated 2,000 arts and heritage organizations falling under the Culture Days umbrella. At the same time, it will “help [these] organizations develop a more effective relationship … a sustainable rapport with the private sector,” said David Moss, Culture Days national program director. Read more
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