TORONTO, Aug 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – A 30-day blessing of art and culture is only one month away! Indoor, outdoor and online, Culture Days begin on September 24th and run until October 24th, 2021. With over 550 immersive activities and events already registered across Canada, another inspiring year of artistic expression and fresh creativity is on the way Horizon.
What to expect at the Culture Days
Every year, communities across Canada come together under the banner of Culture Days to express, share, create and inspire through hands-on and immersive arts and cultural experiences. In 2020 over 2.2 million people attended the celebrations to celebrate artists, community organizations and the cultural industry at large in one great show of support. Audiences were sure to get involved in small outdoor events, exploring their own backyards through self-directed activities, and connecting with creators online like no other in a year through an extraordinary selection of virtual programs. And we’ll do it all again!
The culture days remain basic at their core. The thousands of activities on offer each year are planned and presented from coast to coast to coast by local communities, arts organizations, cultural groups, individual artists and collectives of all sizes. The participants breathe new life into the annual event every year with offers on society, history, culture and expression of their homeland. Culture Days invites the public to learn more about their communities, participate in key dialogues, connect directly with artists, and enjoy the joy that creative expression, art, and culture bring into all of our lives – a revelation that comes during the The ongoing event made it clear that it was a pandemic and will reverberate for many years to come.
Something for everyone and every comfort level
Over 550 online and small or outdoor events have already been registered for the Culture Days. More programs are added to the list of events every day. Choose from a range of experiences, such as: B. secure a seat in the first row Live online concerts at Massey Hall in Toronto, Ontario, read on Proud! Pop-up shop in Salmon Arm, British Columbia, add your touch to a mural to beautify downtown Weyburn, Saskatchewan, or watch a fancy powwow dance by the world’s top 3 best hoop dancers Notorious Cree in Spruce Grove, Alberta. With turnkey search options and a handy collection feature that allows you to compile a list of the events and programs you need to see / do, it’s easier than ever to find one or more activities to attend. Visit the resource links below or visit kulturtage.de to learn more.
For organizers, September 7, 2021 is the deadline for registering an in-person event, and online events can be registered until September 23, 2021. Our national and country teams are still there for you to support you in developing your ideas, registering, answering questions or as a sounding board. Send us an email at [email protected] or contact your provincial representative here.
RE: IMAGINE art and culture
Incredible stories of our turbulent times emerge as the 2021 iteration takes shape. Culture Days documents the journey through a special blog series with authors and creatives and the stories that inspire them. They raise and celebrate the 2021 theme, RE: IMAGINE, and explore how we rethink, how we create, share and preserve art and culture. A companion Video series takes an intimate look at the creatives who are driving the redefinition of art and culture in their own local communities.
If you are a creator, the world wants to see what you can do, and Culture Days are your stage. visit KulturTage.de to find out more about the event, how it will be rolled out regionally and how you can get involved.
The Culture Days 2021 will take place from September 24th to October 24th, 2021.
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About culture days
Culture Days has grown to be Canada’s largest cultural event, attracting an estimated 2 million visitors annually to the thousands of free activities and performances hosted by artists, cultural organizations and communities in hundreds of communities across Canada. The Culture Days programs invite the public to share hands-on experiences and a behind-the-scenes look to highlight the importance of art and culture by bringing communities and creators together.
The country office of the Kulturtage cooperates Provincial Partner and a wide network of event organizers, from base community volunteers to large institutions. As the leading national voice for an active and committed cultural life, the Culture Days offer a range of instruments and resources for skills development that lead to greater cultural engagement. Culture Days is a registered charity, visit you kulturtage.de for more information and donations.
The Culture Days are financially supported by the Canadian government through the Department of Canadian Heritage and the Canada Council for the Arts. Culture Days are also made possible with the support of Pattison (National Out-of-Home Media Partner), Cineplex Media (National Media Partner), CBC (National Broadcast Partner) and BT / A (National Creative Partner).
Disclaimer: We recommend planning in-person events with limited or pre-registered capacities. Organizers must ensure they are following provincial and regional government and public health guidelines in their area of responsibility.
For media inquiries, please contact:
Mercedes Blackwood | 416.557.3361 | [email protected]