Research

COVID-19 Impact Survey – Membership

GOG COVID-Impact Report: March 31, 2020


COVID-19 Impact Survey – ASOs

GOG ASO COVID-Impact Report National: April 14, 2020


Toolkits

Ideas Digital Toolkit 2018

A Toolkit for Navigating the Intersection of Art and Digital Technologies

For What It’s Worth Toolkit

A Toolkit for Navigating the Appraisal of Donated Work

Edited by Daniel Glassman

Galeries Ontario / Ontario Galleries and Art Dealers Association of Canada


Links

Advocacy and Lobbying

Canadian Art Museum Directors’ Organization
http://www.camdo-odmac.ca/
CAMDO-OMAC builds the professional expertise of art museum directors in Canada and enhances the contributions they and their institutions make to society. CAMDO-OMAC is recognized as a key professional organization that promotes the visual arts and serves the public.

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
www.policyalternatives.ca
This organization is a not-for-profit think tank on changes in policy. It lists text on topics relating to lobbying and government.

Results Canada
www.results-resultats.ca/
This site is dedicated to lobbying the federal government for changes to foreign aid policy, although it is widely applicable for any group wanting to lobby the government.

Strategis
http://strategis.ic.gc.ca
This is a site for businesses to investigate information and resources. Under the section on Licenses, Legislation and Regulations is a search engine called the lobbyist database.

Board Development

Arts Professional Online (Publication)
www.artsprofessional.co.uk/
ArtsProfessional magazine reaches across the entire spectrum of professional arts activity, being read by chief executives as well as managers, marketers, administrators, academics, policymakers, funders, consultants, freelancers, students and commercial suppliers to the arts and cultural sector.

Boardsource
www.boardsource.org/

Building on Strength: Improving Governance and Accountability in Canada’s Voluntary Sector
http://www.voluntary-sector.ca/eng/publications/1999/building_strength.pdf

Canadian Centre for Philanthropy
www.imaginecanada.ca
Canadian Centre for Philanthropy offers members a directory to Foundations and Grants, information on publications, and links the National Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating [NSGVP On-line], to the Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code and to the non-profit information source. An invaluable resource for fundraising.

Free Complete Toolkit for Boards
www.managementhelp.org/boards/boards.htm


Free Management Library
www.managementhelp.org
A complete integrated online library for nonprofits & for-profits. The Library provides easy-to-access, clutter-free, comprehensive resources regarding the leadership and management of yourself, other individuals, groups and organizations. Content is relevant to the vast majority of people, whether they are in large or small for-profit or nonprofit organizations. Over the past 10 years, the Library has grown to be one of the world’s largest well-organized collections of these types of resources.

International Journal of Arts Management
https://gestiondesarts.hec.ca/ijam/

Management Assistance Program for Nonprofits
www.mapfornonprofits.org/

Collections Management

Archives of Ontario
www.archives.gov.on.ca/

Canadian Association of Professional Conservators (The)
www.capc-acrp.ca/

Canadian Heritage Information Network
https://www.canada.ca/en/heritage-information-network.html
The Canadian Heritage Information Network is an electronic gateway to the museum community in Canada. This site offers many advantageous resources for museum professionals. Features include:
– Learning with Museums – a way to find educational materials online;
– The Great Canadian Guide – a listing of the museums, galleries and attractions and cultural events;
– Virtual Exhibitions;
– Artefacts Canada;
– Reference and Research Resources;
– The Heritage Forum;
– Online Training;
– Intellectual Property Management;
– Artists in Canada Database;
– Centre for Exhibition Exchange;
– The Heritage Canada Directory.

International Association of Appraisers – Canadian Chapter
www.isa-appraisers.ca
ISA Canada’s mission is to advance the professionalism and effectiveness of personal property appraisers in Canada. ISA Canada’s vision is to be the personal property appraisal organization of choice in Canada.

Core Values:

• Responsive to changes within the industry in order to maintain a leadership position
• Dedicated to promoting the professionalism of our Canadian members
• Functions on a foundation of respect and honest communications
• Dedicated to maintaining a clear focus on its Canadian members
• Exhibits the highest level of ethical behaviour

ISA Canada, the Canadian chapter of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA), is a not-for-profit professional organization of qualified appraisers with members from across the country.

National Archives of Canada
www.archives.ca/
The National Archives of Canada site offers the online research tool: archivianet, information regarding publications and exhibitions produced by the archives, information about research services and a full listing of policies and procedures regarding the management of special collections and archives.

National Library of Canada
www.nlc-bnc.ca
A comprehensive site for researchers, providing access to search the collection and the National Bibliography of Canadiana. Also features discussion lists, web search tools, an electronic collection, information about national initiatives and ways of doing inter-library loans.

Community Arts

Alliance for Arts & Culture
www.allianceforarts.com
In 1986, Greater Vancouver’s cultural community created the Alliance for Arts and Culture to provide a strong voice for the sector and an avenue to work together. This coalition now numbers more than 330 arts groups and individuals and leads Greater Vancouver’s arts and culture community by advocating for our sector, facilitating connections within the arts and with other sectors, and providing information to and about our community.

Community Arts Workbook…Another Vital Link (pdf file)
http://www.arts.on.ca/oac/media/oac/Publications/Framing-Community-A-Community-Engaged-Art-Workbook.pdf
An excellent guide to working on community arts projects published by the Ontario Arts Council.

Heidelberg Project (The)
www.heidelberg.org/
The Heidelberg Project is an art environment in the heart of Detroit’s inner city. Its mission is to teach, educate and develop an awareness of the arts in the community. The Project uses art as a catalyst with the intent of halting the “decline” of the neighbourhood. The Heidelberg Project is an “indoor/outdoor museum”; complete with an artist colony, creative art center, community garden, and amphitheatre.

Cultural Diversity

UNESCO
www.unesco.org/culture/

Copyright

Access
www.accesscopyright.com
Access, the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency, is a not-for-profit agency established in 1988 by Canadian writers and publishers to license public access to copyright works. The agency now represents a vast international repertoire along with more than 4,100 Canadian writers, artists and photographers, 399 Canadian newspapers, magazines and book publishers, and Access’s 31 member organizations. This site outlines what copyright is, provides valuable information for copyright users and owners and what to do when the copyright owner is unlocatable. In addition, all publications produced by Access can be downloaded off this site.

Canadian Intellectual Property Office
www.cipo.gc.ca/
A department of Industry Canada, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office is responsible for the administration and processing of the greater part of Intellectual Property in Canada. This site offers comprehensive information about patents, trade-marks, copyright, and Industrial design, searchable databases for trademarks and patents, and consultation and discussion pages.

Canadian Copyright Law
https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-42/Index.html
Canadian Copyright Law is an online reference guide listing information on issues relating to Canadian copyright law. Topics of particular interest include digital property and e-commerce and copyright law affecting libraries, archives and museums.

Canadian Intellectual Property Office
www.cipo.gc.ca/
A department of Industry Canada, the Canadian Intellectual Property Office is responsible for the administration and processing of the greater part of Intellectual Property in Canada. This site offers comprehensive information about patents, trade-marks, copyright, and Industrial design, searchable databases for trademarks and patents, and consultation and discussion pages.

Intellectual Property: It’s yours. Own it (PDF Link)
https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cipointernet-internetopic.nsf/vwapj/ip_academy-booklet.pdf/$FILE/ip_academy-booklet.pdf
An excellent guide on how to create, understand, identify, and protect your intellectual property by the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII)
https://www.canlii.org
The CanLII.org website provides access to court judgments from all Canadian courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada, federal courts, and the courts in all Canada’s provinces and territories. CanLII.org also contains decisions from many tribunals nationally.

Copyright Visual Arts (CARCC)
https://www.cova-daav.ca/en/
Copyright Visual Arts is a not-for-profit copyright management society providing Author’s Rights administration for professional Canadian and Québécois visual and media artists. It provides users with comprehensive access to the artworks and professional services of its members. Its corporate name is Canadian Artists’ Representation Copyright Collective and it operates under the business names Copyright Visual Arts and Droit d’auteur arts visuels. Copyright Visual Arts is a subsidiary organization of CARFAC and RAAV.

Copyright User – Copyright for Museums & Galleries
https://www.copyrightuser.org/educate/intermediaries/museums-and-galleries/
A guide for Canadian and international Museum & Gallery copyright by Copyright User. CopyrightUser.org is an independent online resource aimed at making UK Copyright Law accessible to creators, media professionals, entrepreneurs, students, and members of the public.

Creative Commons
https://creativecommons.org/
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that helps overcome legal obstacles to the sharing of knowledge and creativity to address the world’s pressing challenges.
Creative Commons provides:

  • Creative Commons licenses and public domain tools that give every person and organization in the world a free, simple, and standardized way to grant copyright permissions for creative and academic works; ensure proper attribution; and allow others to copy, distribute, and make use of those works
  • Work closely with major institutions and governments to create, adopt and implement open licensing and ensure the correct use of CC licenses and CC-licensed content
  • Offer the Creative Commons Certificate, an in-depth course for people interested in becoming experts in creating and engaging with openly licensed works


Society of Composers, Authors, and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN)
www.socan.ca/
The SOCAN webpage offers information regarding copyright, licencing, royalties, and registration of works in addition to grant programs and deadlines offered through the SOCAN foundation.

Society for Reproduction Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers in Canada (SODRAC)
https://sodrac.ca/
SODRAC manages collective and individual agreements. In collective agreements, SODRAC grants users a general operating license for which it collects a lump sum or a percentage of the revenues it redistributes to its members whose works have been used, according to schemes established by its Board of Directors. Individual agreements and licenses concern the reproduction of audio musical works reproduced on a medium, as well as artistic works and the use of pre-existing works in certain audiovisual productions, for which SODRAC consults the rights holders when the moral right is evoked.

Education and the Arts

Art junction
www.artjunction.org/
Art Junction is designed to provide a safe and structured virtual environment within which teachers and students can pursue artistic and educational goals. Through the activities, projects, and resources offered through this site, we aim to:
– promote effective art education practices that foster artistic expression in young people and broaden their perspectives on the various roles that art plays in the lives of people around the globe.
– support online cultural exchanges and joint creative work that result in shared learning experiences among teachers, students, artists, and other professionals.

The Kennedy Center
https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/resources-for-educators/classroom-resources/
The Kennedy Center supports the placement of the arts at the center of the curriculum and advocates creative use of technology to enhance the K-12 educational experience. The Kennedy Center empowers educators to teach in, through, and about the arts by providing the tools to develop interdisciplinary curricula that fully integrate the arts with other academic subjects.

The Getty Museum: Education
The Getty Museum has online services supporting arts education from its Getty Education Institute for the Arts. Sections include information on class visits, teacher programs and resources, lesson plans, information for university students and professors, an area for kids and a TeacherArtExchange listserv.
http://www.getty.edu/education/

National Art Education Association (U.S.)
http://www.naea-reston.org/
The purpose of the Association is to promote art education through professional development, service, advancement of knowledge, and leadership. To that end, the Association will: promote quality instruction in visual arts education conducted by certified teachers of art; to that end, the association will encourage research in art education; hold public discussions; sponsor institutes, conferences, and programs; publish articles, reports, and surveys; and work with other related agencies in support of art education.

Employment

Akimbo – Job Listings
https://akimbo.ca/?s=job

American Association of Museums (U.S.)
www.aam-us.org/

ART JOBS (U.S.)
http://artjobs.artsearch.us/

Canadian Museums Association & Canadian Heritage Information Network
Job Listing
https://museums.ca/client/career/careers.html

Charity Village – Career Centre
www.charityvillage.com/applicant/jobs.asp

Neuvoo
www.neuvoo.ca/en

WorkInCulture – Job Board
www.workinculture.ca/The-Job-Board

Workopolis
www.workopolis.com/

Foundations

Austrian Cultural Forum
www.acfny.org/

British Council
www.britishcouncil.org/

Le consulat général de France à Toronto
https://toronto.consulfrance.org/

Council on Foundations
www.cof.org/
This is a membership association of grantmaking foundations and corporations. It especially aids organizations in the daily business of providing grants. It offers a job bank, workshops and conferences on grants.

Le Fondation Daniel Langlois
https://www.fondation-langlois.org/html/f/index.php
The Daniel Langlois Foundation’s purpose is to further artistic and scientific knowledge by fostering the meeting of art and science in the field of technologies. The Foundation seeks to nurture a critical awareness of technology’s implications for human beings and their natural and cultural environments and to promote the exploration of aesthetics suited to evolving human environments. The Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D) seeks to document history, artworks and practices associated with electronic and digital media arts and to make this information available to researchers in an innovative manner through data communications.

The Getty Foundation
www.getty.edu/
The Getty Foundation provides support to institutions and individuals in Los Angeles and throughout the world, funding a diverse range of projects that promote the understanding and conservation of the visual arts. Through its grantmaking, the Foundation complements and extends the work of all the Getty programs. The Foundation also encompasses the Getty Leadership Institute, the leading source of continuing professional development for current and future museum leaders.

Goethe-Institut
www.goethe.de/enindex.htm

Hal Jackman Foundation
www.haljackmanfoundation.org/

Japan Foundation Toronto
www.japanfoundationcanada.org/

Laidlaw Foundation
www.laidlawfdn.org/
The Laidlaw Foundation uses its resources to strengthen the environment for children, youth and families, to enhance opportunities for human development and creativity and to sustain healthy communities and ecosystems. Their annual report can be downloaded as well as information and applications regarding the Youth Engagement Programme.

The Magenta Foundation
http://www.magentafoundation.org/
The Magenta Foundation is a charitable arts publishing house, the first of its kind in Canada. It fills the very specific niche of establishing a place for Canadian artists in the international arts community, and it provides a vehicle for galleries to join forces and promote the work of Canadian artists internationally through the publication of books and exhibitions.

The New York Foundation for the Arts
www.nyfa.org
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) mission is to empower artists at critical stages in their creative lives and provides the public with opportunities to experience and understand their work. NYFA accomplishes this by offering financial assistance and information to artists and organizations that directly serve artists, by supporting arts programming in the community, and by building collaborative relationships with others who advocate for the arts in New York State and throughout the country.

Ontario Arts Foundation
www.ontarioartsfoundation.on.ca
The Foundation was established in 1991 under the Ontario Corporations Act as a not-for-profit corporation, with the purpose of encouraging and facilitating private giving to the arts in Ontario.  It is a non-government foundation and is a registered charity.

Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund
www.ocaf.on.ca

Trillium Foundation
https://www.otf.ca/
The goal of the Ontario Trillium Foundation is to encourage innovation and experimentation, cross-sectoral collaboration, citizen participation, and systemic change. The site features program guidelines and application guides, and listings of the community grant review teams.

Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation
www.gordonfoundation.ca/
Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation is dedicated to supporting programs that strengthen Canada and enhance the well-being of all Canadians. Within its areas of interest, the Foundation funds innovative ventures that seek to make a discernible impact on the future of Canada by encouraging social action and strengthening the development of public policy. The report on art acquisitions in Ontario art galleries can be downloaded off of this site, however, information regarding their assistance in art acquisitions and programming surrounding public collections is not available.

Fundraising/Sponsorship

Canada Council for the Arts
www.canadacouncil.ca/
The Canada Council for the Arts is a national arms-length agency that fosters the development of the arts in Canada through grants, services and awards to professional Canadian artists and arts organizations, as well as administering scholarly awards, and having under its aegis the Public Lending Right Commission and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. This website lists grant information and application procedures for all areas of the arts. In addition information regarding over 70 prizes, fellowships and awards to Canadian artists and scholars that the Council administers are available on this site. For professional development, this site offers a section called Info-Arts which reports on the current issues and trends in the arts, corporate research, advocacy resources and supplies an international network. Information about the operation of the ArtBank is also available.

Canadian Centre for Philanthropy
www.imaginecanada.ca
Canadian Centre for Philanthropy offers members a directory to Foundations and Grants, information on publications, and links the National Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating [NSGVP On-line], to the Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code and to the non-profit information source. An invaluable resource for fundraising.

Department of Canadian Heritage – Arts and Heritage Branch
http://www.pch.gc.ca/
Manages the support for Canadian museums and art galleries through the following programmes [ detailed program information and application procedures all mounted online]:
– Museums Assistance Program [MAP] – provides financial assistance to the creation and hosting of travelling exhibitions, aboriginal museum development, and organizational development of cultural institutions;
– Movable Cultural Property Programme [MCP] – provides loans or grants to assist designated institutions to repatriate cultural property that exists outside of Canada or to purchase cultural property for which an export permit has been denied;
– Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board – which certifies cultural property of outstanding national significance and determines the fair market value of cultural artifacts;
– Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program [TREX] – which reduces costs associated with travelling collections of art and heritage collections for Canadian art galleries, museums, archives and libraries;
– Young Canada Works – government-funded internships that give young Canadians valuable working experience in Canadian cultural institutions;
– Canada-France Agreement on Museums – that provides financial support to exchanges between Canadian and French museums;
– International Exhibition Program – The program works with foreign governments to bring exhibitions to Canada.

Le Fondation Daniel Langlois
www.fondation-langlois.org/
The Daniel Langlois Foundation’s purpose is to further artistic and scientific knowledge by fostering the meeting of art and science in the field of technologies. The Foundation seeks to nurture a critical awareness of technology’s implications for human beings and their natural and cultural environments and to promote the exploration of aesthetics suited to evolving human environments. The Centre for Research and Documentation (CR+D) seeks to document history, artworks and practices associated with electronic and digital media arts and to make this information available to researchers in an innovative manner through data communications.

Council on Foundations
www.cof.org/
This is a membership association of grantmaking foundations and corporations. It especially aids organizations in the daily business of providing grants. It offers a job bank, workshops and conferences on grants.

The Getty Foundation
www.getty.edu/
The Getty Foundation provides support to institutions and individuals in Los Angeles and throughout the world, funding a diverse range of projects that promote the understanding and conservation of the visual arts. Through its grantmaking, the Foundation complements and extends the work of all the Getty programs. The Foundation also encompasses the Getty Leadership Institute, the leading source of continuing professional development for current and future museum leaders.

Laidlaw Foundation
www.laidlawfdn.org/
The Laidlaw Foundation uses its resources to strengthen the environment for children, youth and families, to enhance opportunities for human development and creativity and to sustain healthy communities and ecosystems. Their annual report can be downloaded as well as information and applications regarding the Youth Engagement Programme.

The Magenta Foundation
http://www.magentafoundation.org/
The Magenta Foundation is a charitable arts publishing house, the first of its kind in Canada. It fills the very specific niche of establishing a place for Canadian artists in the international arts community, and it provides a vehicle for galleries to join forces and promote the work of Canadian artists internationally through the publication of books and exhibitions.

Ministry of Culture
www.ontario.ca/page/arts-and-culture
The Ministry of Culture encourages the arts and cultural industries, protects Ontario’s heritage and advances the public library system in order to maximize their contribution to the province’s economic and social vitality. The ministry implements strategies to promote and market Ontario’s cultural and heritage attractions to realize their full economic potential. It works with local communities and cultural agencies to preserve Ontario’s culture and heritage.

The New York Foundation for the Arts
www.nyfa.org
The New York Foundation for the Arts’ (NYFA) mission is to empower artists at critical stages in their creative lives and provides the public with opportunities to experience and understand their work. NYFA accomplishes this by offering financial assistance and information to artists and organizations that directly serve artists, by supporting arts programming in the community, and by building collaborative relationships with others who advocate for the arts in New York State and throughout the country.

Ontario Arts Council
www.arts.on.ca/
The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) is an arms-length agency of the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation that supports artists and organizations in Ontario through grants, awards and services. This site offers a complete listing and application procedures on the granting programmes available to all areas of the arts. In addition, full information regarding private funds given to the Ontario Arts Council Foundation to administer and manage in the form of annual awards, grants and scholarships can be found on this site. Also, all OAC publications can be downloaded through this site.

Ontario Arts Foundation
www.ontarioartsfoundation.on.ca
The Foundation was established in 1991 under the Ontario Corporations Act as a not-for-profit corporation, with the purpose of encouraging and facilitating private giving to the arts in Ontario.  It is a non-government foundation and is a registered charity.

Trillium Foundation
https://www.otf.ca/
The goal of the Ontario Trillium Foundation is to encourage innovation and experimentation, cross-sectoral collaboration, citizen participation, and systemic change. The site features program guidelines and application guides, and listings of the community grant review teams.

University of Alberta Research and Grants Office (The)
www.rso.ualberta.ca
This site provides links to key funding and grant agencies in Canada.

Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation
www.gordonfoundation.ca/
Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation are dedicated to supporting programs that strengthen Canada and enhance the well-being of all Canadians. Within its areas of interest, the Foundation funds innovative ventures that seek to make a discernible impact on the future of Canada by encouraging social action and strengthening the development of public policy. The report on art acquisitions in Ontario art galleries can be downloaded off of this site, however, information regarding their assistance in art acquisitions and programming surrounding public collections is not available.

Galleries and Museums (International)

Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador
http://www.heritage.nf.ca/index.php

The British Museum
www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/

Chicago Art Institute
www.artic.edu

Dia Center for the Arts
www.diacenter.org/

Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums?venueid=3

Glenbow Museum, Alberta
www.glenbow.org

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
www.guggenheim-bilbao.eus/

Hermitage
www.hermitagemuseum.org

International Sculpture Center
www.sculpture.org/

The Louvre
www.louvre.fr/

Mattress Factory
www.mattress.org

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Quebec
www.mbam.qc.ca

Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal
www.macm.org/

Museum of Modern Art
www.moma.org/

National Gallery of Australia
www.nga.gov.au/

National Museum of Modern Art Kyoto
www.momak.go.jp/

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
www.sfmoma.org/

The Smithsonian Institution
www.si.edu

Vancouver Art Gallery
www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/

Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre for the Arts
www.banffcentre.ca/wpg/

Winnipeg Art Gallery
ww.wag.ca/

Gallery/Museum Associations

Alberta Museums Associations
www.museumsalberta.ab.ca

American Association of Museums
www.aam-us.org/

Association of African American Museums
www.blackmuseums.org/

Association of Manitoba Museums
www.museumsmanitoba.com/

Association Heritage New Brunswick
www.ahnb-apnb.ca/

Association of Nova Scotia Museums
https://ansm.ns.ca/

British Columbia Museums Association
www.museumsassn.bc.ca/

California Association of Museums
www.calmuseums.org

Canadian Association of Fine Arts Deans
www.cafad.com/

Canadian Museums Association
www.museums.ca

College Art Association
www.collegeart.org

Community Museum Association of Prince Edward Island
www.museumspei.ca/

Florida Association of Museums
www.flamuseums.org/

International Council of Museums
www.icom.org

Museums Alberta
www.museumsalberta.ab.ca

Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador
www.manl.nf.ca/

Ontario Museum Association
https://members.museumsontario.ca/

Société des musées québécois
www.smq.qc.ca/

Yukon Historical and Museums Association
heritageyukon.ca/

Government and its Agencies

Arts Council of Sault St. Marie and District
www.ssmarts.org

Arts Council – Windsor & Region
www.acwr.net/

Arts Hamilton
www.artshamilton.ca/

Canada Council for the Arts
www.canadacouncil.ca

City of Peterborough Culture Council
https://www.ecthree.org/

City of Toronto, Arts Heritage and Culture
www.city.toronto.on.ca/culture/index.htm

Cultural Human Resources Council
www.culturalhrc.ca/

Cultural Puralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO)
www.cpamo.org/

Department of Canadian Heritage
www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage.html

Guelph Arts Council
www.guelpharts.ca/

Kingston Arts Council
www.artskingston.ca/

London Arts Council
www.londonarts.ca

Ontario Arts Council
www.arts.on.ca

Ottawa Arts Council
www.ottawaartscouncil.ca/

Quinte Arts Council
www.quinteartscouncil.org/

Sudbury Arts Council
https://sudburyartscouncil.ca/

Thunder Bay Regional Arts Council
https://www.thunderbayarts.org/

Toronto Arts Council
www.torontoartscouncil.org/

Trillium Foundation
https://www.otf.ca/

Waterloo Region Arts Fund
www.artsfund.ca/

WorkInCulture
www.workinculture.ca

Human Resources

Charity Village (Canada)
www.charityvillage.com/

Volunteer Canada
www.volunteer.ca
Volunteer Canada is the national voice for volunteerism in Canada. Since 1977, Volunteer Canada has been committed to supporting volunteerism and civic participation through ongoing programs and special projects. This site offers information about volunteer screening in addition to internal discussion boards.

Professional Development and Training

Algonquin College, Applied Museum Studies
www.algonquincollege.com

Banff Centre for Management
www.banffcentre.ca/

CÉGEP de Montmorency, Départment de muséologie
www.cmontmorency.qc.ca/museo

Centennial College – Museum & Cultural Management Program
www.centennialcollege.ca/programs-courses/full-time/museum-and-cultural-management/

Centennial College – Arts Management Program
www.centennialcollege.ca/programs-courses/full-time/arts-management/
Charity Village (Canada)
www.charityvillage.com/

Concordia University, Faculty of Fine Arts
www.concordia.ca/finearts.html

Fleming College – Museum Management & Curatorship Program
www.flemingcollege.ca/programs/museum-management-and-curatorship

Georgian College – Museum & Gallery Studies
www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/museum-and-gallery-studies-musm

Getty Leadership Institute
www.getty.edu/about/leader/

Humber School of Creative & Performing Arts – Arts Administration Program
www.creativearts.humber.ca/

OCAD University
www.ocadu.ca/

Ontario Museum Association: Certificate in Museum Studies
www.museumsontario.com

Queens University
www.queensu.ca/art/

Ryerson University – MA, Photographic Preservation and Collections Management
www.ryerson.ca/graduate/ppcm/index.html/

The Source for Opportunities in the Arts (U.S.)
westaf.org/index.php

University of Toronto Museum Studies Program
https://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/programs/museum-studies/

University of Victoria Cultural Management Program
www.continuingstudies.uvic.ca/culture-museums-and-indigenous-studies/programs/collections-management

University of Waterloo Centre for Cultural Management
www.hr.uwaterloo.ca/.jd/00001261.html

University of Windsor
www.uwindsor.ca/fahss/

WorkInCulture
www.workinculture.ca/Our-Programs/What-s-On-Upcoming-Events

York University, Faculty of Fine Arts
www.yorku.ca/finearts/

York University, MBA Program in Arts & Media Administration
www.artm.schulich.yorku.ca

Publications, Indexes, and Periodicals

ACADEMIC JOURNALS

The Journal of Canadian Art History
http://jcah-ahac.concordia.ca/en/lates

PUBLIC
www.publicjournal.ca

RACAR – Revue d’art Canadienne/Canadian Art Review
http://www.racar-racar.com/

ARCHIVES

Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
https://www.aaa.si.edu

Edward P. Taylor Research Library, Art Gallery of Ontario
https://ago.ca/research/library-and-archives

Art History Resources
witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html

National Archives of Canada
www.archives.ca/

INDEXES

ArtServe
rubens.anu.edu.au/

Slate Art Guide
www.slateartguide.com/

MAGAZINES

Afterall
www.afterall.org

Aperture
www.aperture.org

Art Asia Pacific
www.aapmag.com

Art in America
www.artinamericamagazine.com

Art Monthly
www.artmonthly.co.uk

art press
www.artpress.com

ARTFORUM
www.artforum.com

ArtNexus
www.artnexus.com

ARTPAPERS
www.artpapers.org

ArtReview
www.artreview.com

AZURE
www.azuremagazine.com

Blackflash
www.blackflash.ca

BOMB Magazine
www.bombsite.com

BorderCrossings
www.bordercrossingsmag.com

Broken Pencil
www.brokenpencil.com

C Magazine
www.cmagazine.com/

Cabinet Magazine
www.cabinetmagazine.org

CV Ciel Variable
www.cielvariable.ca

The Fillip Review
www.fillip.ca

Frieze
www.frieze.com

Front
www.front.bc.ca/frontmagazine

Galleries West
www.gallerieswest.ca

Inuit Art Quarterly
www.iaq.inuitartfoundation.org/

Koreana
www.koreana.or.kr

Maisonneuve
www.maisonneuve.org

Muse
www.museums.ca

National Gallery of Canada – magazine
www.gallery.ca/magazine

Paper
www.papermag.com

Parkett
www.parkettart.com

PREFIX Photo
www.prefix.ca

Spike Art
www.spikeart.at

Toronto Life
www.torontolife.com

Vie des Arts
www.viedesarts.com

Visual Arts News
www.visualartsnews.ca

The Walrus
www.walrusmagazine.com

ONLINE PUBLICATIONS

Akimblog
www.akimbo.ca/akimblog/

ArtSource
www.ilpi.com/artsource/

ConunDrum Online
www.conundrumonline.org/

Mouseia: The online resource centre for museologists and museum professionals
www.sites.utoronto.ca/mouseia/

Museum Computer Network
www.mcn.edu/

World Wide Arts Resources
www.wwar.com

Year Zero One
www.year01.com/

Technology

The Kennedy Center
https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/resources-for-educators/classroom-resources/
The Kennedy Center supports the placement of the arts at the center of the curriculum and advocates the creative use of technology to enhance the K-12 educational experience. The Kennedy Center empowers educators to teach in, through, and about the arts by providing the tools to develop interdisciplinary curricula that fully integrate the arts with other academic subjects.

Art Museum Image Consortium (AMICO)
www.amico.org/
The Art Museum Image Consortium (AMICO) is a not-for-profit association of institutions with collections of art, collaborating to enable educational use of museum multimedia. Together, AMICO Members are building the AMICO Library, a joint digital library that is a licensed educational resource available to universities and colleges, public libraries, and kindergarten through 12th-grade schools. Although membership is mainly American-based there are some Canadian contributors and membership is open to anyone. Featured on the site is the thumbnail catalogue which currently holds a collection of over 65,000 works of art.

Canadian Heritage Information Network
https://www.canada.ca/en/heritage-information-network.html

Museum Computer Network
www.mcn.edu/

Digital Museums Canada
www.digitalmuseums.ca

Digital Museums Canada is the largest funding program in Canada dedicated to online projects by the museum and heritage community.