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20.11.2009 COLLOQUIUM – The Economic Crisis and the Cultural Sector

Culture Montréal, with the collaboration of ARUC, les crises financières dans le secteur des arts : prévenir plutôt que guérir and the Chaire de gestion des arts Carmelle et Rémi-Marcoux, HEC Montréal, explores the consequences of the economic crisis on Quebec’s cultural sector.

Friday November 20, 2009, from 8:30am to 12:30pm
HEC Montreal, IBM Amphitheatre
3000 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road
 
We apologize, the event report is only available in French.

Documents to download:
Biographical notes – colloquium (2009-11-20) (253 kb)
Study – L’Economie des art en temps de crise (2009-11-20) (756 ko)
Study – John Nicholls (2009-11-20) (795 ko)

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Culture Montreal is an independent organization and place for reflexion and action that contributes to building Montreal’s future as a cultural metropolis through research, analysis and communication activities. Its mission is to assert the central role of the arts and culture in all areas of Montreal’s development: economy, buisness, politics, land-use planning, education, and social and community life while encouraging cultural diversity, emerging artists and practices and public art.

We wish to thank all our members as well as:

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Micro Culture, pour parler culture quartier par quartier
Agenda 21. Culture aujourd'hui demain.

Our organization is a member of:

  • Les Arts et la Ville
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  • Chambre de commerce du Montréal métropolitain
  • Coalition canadienne des arts
  • Conseil des relations internationales de Montréal
  • Diversité Artistique Montréal
  • Héritage Montréal
  • Le Réseau des conseils régionaux de la culture