A scan of Arts Research Monitor articles focused on #Equity #Diversity #Inclusion in Canada


(Liz Forsberg) #1

The Arts Research Monitor is a monthly research round-up on key topics in the arts and culture sector produced by Hill Strategies. It is an incredible resource for accessible synopses of qualitative and quantitative research in our sector (hooray for the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts for funding this!). I’ve done a scan of their research synopses centered on equity, diversity and inclusion and put together a list of those that focused on Canadian research published within the last 10 years. Interestingly, while there were 50 synopses in this category overall the majority of the research included comes out of the US and the UK. You can read the summaries in the links below and go to the published research directly from those summaries. The research I posted about earlier this week by Michael Maranda is also captured in the round up by Hill Strategies.

The Art of Inclusion – Seven Steps: Guide to Developing and Delivering Accessible and Inclusive Programs within Arts and Cultural Organizations 2016

Equity within the Arts Ecology: Traditions and Trends (Prepared by the Centre for Innovation in Culture and Arts in Canada) 2012

Expanding the Arts: A Guidebook for Working with Artists who are Deaf or have Disabilities 2016

Figuring the Plural: Needs and Supports of Canadian and US Ethnocultural Arts Organizations (27 Apr 2016 | Vol. 15 | No. 1) 2016