“Engaging in the arts, in any fashion, can lessen symptoms, alleviate psychological distress, arm the participant with tools and resources, and build resilience.” In our new #Culture365 blog series, @leahsandals explores links between arts and medicine.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out EDGE: Youth Art Show at @YoungplaceTO. This free, non-juried exhibit is hosted by @artsetobicoke and features artwork from youth across the city.
Miami Rising: Two of the Funders Behind the City's Emergence an International Arts Hot Spot https://t.co/alq4ODpCCH
@BusinessftArts has opened nominations for their 2019 Community Impact award, recognizing an arts and business partnership that has enhanced quality of life and enriched a local cultural scene.
Info 👉 https://t.co/NMoc5rkyd6
Apply here 👉 https://t.co/rUcipNxMS9
Explaining NYC's The Shed’s Startling Fundraising Success: thanks to “a small group of visionary individual and corporate leaders who believe in the unique mission of The Shed: to commission original works of art across all disciplines for all audiences.” https://t.co/89bKBEObDW
A 10yr study of 30,000 Florida students found students who took an arts class in 6th, 7th or 8th grade had significantly higher grades & better scores on standardized reading & math tests, than their peers who were not exposed to the arts. https://t.co/Fpvoc1DAIu
Using music to help fight loneliness in long-term care | TVO https://t.co/xysNJtzCOf
The 9th Annual Arts Day at the City is a go! First meeting of the day - Brad Lepp of @Soulpepper and Meredith Potter of @PeggyBakerDance and @volcanotheatre are meeting with @shelleycarroll #ArtsDayTO @Businessftarts @torontoarts @UrbanArtsTO
How to attract top talent: “Today people want more than just incentives. They are seeking jobs that can provide a sense of purpose”. Corporate social responsibility is key. via @SunLife @globeandmail https://t.co/PKeVtWM4X9
.@TAPA_TO, along with the Friends of the Arts network, will meet with 18 Toronto councillors today to discuss the cultural importance & financial impact of arts & culture in the city. They're requesting that the City increase its arts investment this year by $2M. #ArtsDayTO
We ❤ this! “Overall, the study shows that 86 per cent of Canadians attended arts activities in 2016. That’s more than 31 million Canadians.” https://t.co/WwLBumqfbt