Connect, Support, Create

The English-Language Arts Network (ELAN) is a not-for-profit organization that connects, supports, and creates opportunities for Quebec’s English-speaking artists and arts communities.

What We Do

Through our diverse projects, we create opportunities for artists to connect with industry leaders, explore unique partnerships, and connect the arts with community wellbeing.

We host a number of networking events throughout the year, such as our regular Schmoozers, to connect artists across communities and provide learning opportunities. We also work with funding bodies across all levels of government to share information on available funding for artists and encourage artists to apply.

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Celebrating 15 Years!

Through 2019-2020, we celebrate ELAN’s 15th anniversary as a non-profit serving English-speaking artists across Quebec …

This includes  the continued successes of projects like the ACE Initiative and ARTS2U, the introduction of new multi-year projects like ArtistsInspire Grants and Québec Relations, and, inspired by feedback from our members, the launch of the Creative Resilience mini-series on Arts & Health.

Membership

By joining ELAN with our Pay-What-You-Can membership, you become a part of the largest network of English-speaking artists in Quebec!

Projects

ELAN’s projects connect and support Quebec artists and communities to create incredible art.

Advocacy

ELAN regularly meets with government and community leaders about issues concerning funding, market access, community broadcasting, and diversity.

Latest News

Bill 96

  PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bill 96: Excluding English Quebecers ignores their solidarity for French, arts and culture groups say   MONTREAL – Three English-language arts and culture groups urged the Quebec government…
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Letter from the Executive Director, July 2021

  (La version Français suivra) Executive Director’s Message – July 2021 The Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island are in tremendous pain.The last several weeks have been difficult and unsettling for us all and as a community of…
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Quebec Relations Webinar: Home Recording for Artists with Julian Stamboulieh

Join us for this month’s Québec Relations webinar on Wednesday, June 23, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (EST) to learn how to create high-quality audiovisual recordings from home! Drawing on his experience as director, editor, photographer and…

Community Feedback

We would like to invite our members and communities to provide feedback on our work. Please feel free to send us an email to admin@quebec-elan.org.