Career Tips

5 Ways to Stimulate Your Art (and Art Business) This Summer: Summer is a great time to seize the day and enjoy every
The Actors’ Fund of Canada: Emergency Financial Aid for Canadian Cultural Workers in Film & TV, Theatre, Music, and Dance: If you’re involved in Canadian film, television, theatre, music, or dance, then you need
How Much Should You Be Paid for Your Art: CARFAC’s Minimum Fee Schedule for Artists: As a Canadian artist, are you sure you’re getting paid the fair

Creative Tips

Creative Challenge: Create Pieces Inspired by the Rorschach Test (Ink Blots): The Rorschach test (or ink blot test) is a psychological exercise “in which subjects’
Creative Challenge: Create Pieces Inspired by The Group of Seven: The Group of Seven was a group of Canadian landscape painters from
Andy Warhol Effect App: Create Your Own Colourful Pop-Art Pieces: Create your own colourful pop-art pieces by using the free and easy Andy

Your Daily Muse (Creative Prompts)

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Creative Challenge: Create Pieces Inspired by the Rorschach Test (Ink Blots) The Rorschach test (or ink blot test) is a psychological exercise “in which subjects’ perceptions of ink blots are recorded and
First Superman Comic Sold for $3.2 Million in eBay Auction The New York Times Arts Beat is reporting the the first Superman comic has sold for $3.2 million US
Your Daily Muse (Creative Prompt): Maid of the Mist Check out today’s creative prompt. It can help inspire your next piece of art, writing, music, and more. Try creating
Summer at Canada Arts Connect Magazine Hello, CAC friends! We’re well on our way into summer now and for the first time in quite a
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Interviews

Claiming Space: Voices of Urban Aboriginal Youth: Interview with UBC’s Museum of Anthropology Curator Pam Brown Claiming Space: Voices of Urban Aboriginal Youth (Jun. 1, 2014 to Jan. 4, 2015) at The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC presents “a unique look at contemporary, conceptual, and Native art through the lens of Indigenous youth.”
Massive Fabric Collages and Fairy Tales: An Interview with Toronto-based Artist Rachael Speirs Rachael Speirs inhabits a fantastical world adrift with anthropomorphic animals, French Canadian sea captains and long-limbed women in Victorian mourning garb. The 30-year old Toronto-based artist creates massive fabric collages out of hundreds of
What Canadian Artists Need to Know About Taxes: An Interview with Artbooks Taxes can be daunting for anyone and when you’re an artist or creative professional, things can seem even more complicated and confusing. I asked the team at Artbooks to give us their expertise as

Around the Creative World

The New York Times Arts Beat is reporting the
The Morgan Library and Museum has announced that it
We’ve all heard the expression “being on fire” when