THE APPLICATION PORTAL FOR THE RESILIENCE FUND IS CLOSED
We have received enough applications to distribute all the money from the Resilience Fund.
We will be back with the results soon.
Thank you so much to all our partners and the Canadian government.
The CDA team was more than honoured to be able to financially support nearly 2000 dancers.
We prioritized those who the pandemic has hardest hit and those chronically marginalized : IBPOC, racialized people, 2SLGBTQIA+, deaf people, persons with disabilities, disabled folks, official minority language speakers, rural and underserved areas, and do so with an intersectional approach to best serve dancers deserving equity and access.
For more information, please contact us.
To learn about Preliminary Results and process, click here.
We would like to heartily thank the partner organizations and the members of the advisory committee. Their input is invaluable and essential to ensure that we proceed in accordance with our values of care, equity and access.
Members of the Advisory Committee:
Zorya Arrow, Heath Berkholz, Amy Hampton, Leelee Oluwatoyosi Eko Davis, Calla Lachance, Liliona Quarmyne, Bobbi Westman, Ziyian Kwan, Charles Smith, Jessica Wadsworth
Alberta Dance Alliance, Dance Umbrella of Ontario (DUO), Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO), Studio 303, Dancers Transition Resource Centre (DTRC), CADA-West, CADA-EAST, The Dance Center, Dance Saskatchewan, Dance West Network, Young Lungs Dance Exchange, Dance Nova Scotia, DanceNL, Neighbourhood Dance Works, Kinetic Studio, Association Acadienne des artistes professionnels le. s du NB, Dance Immersion, Dance Ontario, The Dance Health Alliance of Canada, Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance (IPAA), Yukon Arts Centre, TO Love-In, Dancers of Damelahamid, Propeller Dance
In the name of Canadian dancers, we thank Canadian Heritage and the Government of Canada.
Read the Canadian government news release here.