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Featured Member

The CCA regularly profiles individual members on our website.

Click on the Featured Member to learn more about their contribution to, as well as their perspective on, Canadian arts and culture.

 

Hubert Lacroix

Hubert Lacroix

The New Status Quo is Change He was waiting for our call and answered with a hoarse voice. But not even a cold could prevent Hubert Lacroix from speaking about the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), his plans and the employees and managers around him. Hubert Lacroix, CEO and President of the CBC, whose mandate has been renewed for five years, wants to continue the work he began in 2008. Is this renewal a sign of government support, despite the budget cuts to the Corporation? “This is tacit support for ‘Plan 2015.’ This is how...

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Jeff Melanson

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September 2012 has the CCA shining the spotlight on Jeff Melanson, current president of the Banff Centre

Turn the topic to Jeff Melanson and most people are full of praise for his accomplishments. However, he would be the first to tell you that none of it would have been possible without the collaboration of others. Not only that, he insists that he has gotten more out of his professional experiences than he has put into them...

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The Cultural Human Resources Council

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The Cultural Human Resources Council: Building Bridges and a Future

Our new featured member is particularly close to our hearts. We are paying tribute to an organization that got its wings from the CCA: the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC).

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May 2012: John Hobday

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Our current featured member is John Hobday, a great personality of the Canadian arts and cultural scene. He has made an enormous impact on the sector including here, at the Canadian Conference of the Arts. He has received numerous awards for his contributions and now has an annual award that bears his name, given out to recognize outstanding arts managers.

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April 2012: Erika Beatty

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Our featured member this month is Erika Beatty, Symphony Nova Scotia’s CEO, and recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts’ 2012 John Hobday Award in Arts Management (Mentorship). The award honours excellence in arts management with a $10,000 grant to allow the recipient to participate in professional development programs and be mentored by another arts administrator. “I can’t express how honoured, humbled, and excited I am,” says Erika.

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March 2012: Greg Hollingshead

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Our featured member this month is Greg Hollingshead, writer professor Emeritus and president of the Writers Union of Canada (TWUC). Greg has published more than five dozen stories and essays in magazines and anthologies in Canada, the U.S., and the U.K. His book The Roaring Girl (Somerville House) won the 1995 Governor General's Award for Fiction.

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February 2012: Roland Mahé

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After more than forty years at the helm of the oldest Canadian theatre troupe, Roland Mahé has decided to pass the torch and retire.  Hats  off to Roland Mahé!

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January 2012: Clothilde Cardinal

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Clothilde co-directs the Danse Danse series, working alongside Pierre Des Marais since 2000. She has almost 30 years of experience in the performing arts field both as a funder and a promoter. Throughout her career, she has participated in performing arts festivals and fairs in Canada and around the world. Clothilde is currently based in Montréal.

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Featured Member

The CCA regularly profiles individual members on our website.

Click on the Featured Member to learn more about their contribution to, as well as their perspective on, Canadian arts and culture.

 

Hubert Lacroix

Hubert Lacroix

The New Status Quo is Change He was waiting for our call and answered with a hoarse voice. But not even a cold could prevent Hubert Lacroix from speaking about the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), his plans and the employees and managers around him. Hubert Lacroix, CEO and President of the CBC, whose mandate has been renewed for five years, wants to continue the work he began in 2008. Is this renewal a sign of government support, despite the budget cuts to the Corporation? “This is tacit support for ‘Plan 2015.’ This is how...

read more

Jeff Melanson

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Laura-Vanags—The-Banff-Centre2.jpg

September 2012 has the CCA shining the spotlight on Jeff Melanson, current president of the Banff Centre

Turn the topic to Jeff Melanson and most people are full of praise for his accomplishments. However, he would be the first to tell you that none of it would have been possible without the collaboration of others. Not only that, he insists that he has gotten more out of his professional experiences than he has put into them...

read more

The Cultural Human Resources Council

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/twitter.png

The Cultural Human Resources Council: Building Bridges and a Future

Our new featured member is particularly close to our hearts. We are paying tribute to an organization that got its wings from the CCA: the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC).

read more

May 2012: John Hobday

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/JohnHobday4-300x236.jpg

Our current featured member is John Hobday, a great personality of the Canadian arts and cultural scene. He has made an enormous impact on the sector including here, at the Canadian Conference of the Arts. He has received numerous awards for his contributions and now has an annual award that bears his name, given out to recognize outstanding arts managers.

read more

April 2012: Erika Beatty

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/EB-JH-AWARD-225x300.jpg

Our featured member this month is Erika Beatty, Symphony Nova Scotia’s CEO, and recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts’ 2012 John Hobday Award in Arts Management (Mentorship). The award honours excellence in arts management with a $10,000 grant to allow the recipient to participate in professional development programs and be mentored by another arts administrator. “I can’t express how honoured, humbled, and excited I am,” says Erika.

read more

March 2012: Greg Hollingshead

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/greghollingshead_2011-Kim-Griffiths.jpg

Our featured member this month is Greg Hollingshead, writer professor Emeritus and president of the Writers Union of Canada (TWUC). Greg has published more than five dozen stories and essays in magazines and anthologies in Canada, the U.S., and the U.K. His book The Roaring Girl (Somerville House) won the 1995 Governor General's Award for Fiction.

read more

February 2012: Roland Mahé

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/roland-mahe-214x300.png

After more than forty years at the helm of the oldest Canadian theatre troupe, Roland Mahé has decided to pass the torch and retire.  Hats  off to Roland Mahé!

read more

January 2012: Clothilde Cardinal

http://ccarts.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/ClothildeCardinal_DanseDanse.2-233x300.jpg

Clothilde co-directs the Danse Danse series, working alongside Pierre Des Marais since 2000. She has almost 30 years of experience in the performing arts field both as a funder and a promoter. Throughout her career, she has participated in performing arts festivals and fairs in Canada and around the world. Clothilde is currently based in Montréal.

read more