Join us for the conference September 27 (online) and October 4 (in person & online)! The conference is free and open to all.
By exploring what equity, diversity, and inclusion means and looks like within our vibrant milieu, we wish to reflect on the specific ways these principles and practices show up on an individual, organizational, and communal level. We welcome the contributions of individual artists, cultural workers, and arts and heritage organizations to help build from where we are at to move to even greater heights.
Conference Agenda & Community Action Plan
The first day of the conference is online on September 27.
- Agenda for Wednesday, September 27.
- In advance of the event, please Click here to consult the Community Action Plan and the Annex with Research Summary. These documents are the basis of most of the agenda for the conference.
The second day of the conference is in person at Centre culturel Georges Vanier (and online) on Wednesday. October 4.
- Click here to see the agenda for day 2 including a list of speakers & bios.
Thanks to the support of the Department of Heritage Canada – Official Languages Support Programs, this project will run from September 2022 to March 2024, and will unfold in three major phases.
- Surveying English-speaking artists, cultural workers, heritage workers, and organizations across Quebec to access the multiplicity of knowledge, experiences, and perspectives on equity, diversity, and inclusion.
- Using those learnings to organize a two-day conference on September 27 and October 4, 2023 to invite our community to reflect and engage in conversation on the future we would like to create.
- Leveraging those conversations to develop solutions and tools for the work to continue.