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      Join us for a virtual Imprimo demonstration

      CARFAC is proud to share Imprimo, a platform that uses storytelling to verify your work history, help you get discovered, and show connections across your career. Imprimo is designed for artists at all stages of your career, whether you’re still… Read More


      Solidarity with Ukraine

      Artists across the world are deeply concerned and troubled by Russia’s unprovoked and unjustifiable attack on Ukraine, which began on February 24th. Canada was one of the first countries to recognize Ukraine’s independence and sovereign rights, and there are over… Read More


      NEW RESOURCE: Indigenous Protocols for the Visual Arts

      CARFAC is excited to announce the release of Indigenous Protocols for the Visual Arts – an essential resource for navigating Indigenous Protocols for visual storytellers and the artistic community. Developed under an Advisory Circle of Indigenous artists and cultural workers,… Read More


      CARFAC Helps Artists Work #GivingTuesday

      Our team works hard to offer services and advice, and to bring awareness to the realities that working artists face from coast to coast to coast. In the last year alone, we successfully lobbied for meaningful changes to CERB, and… Read More


      Open letter: Canadian artists urgently need a social safety net

      The Hon. Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance The Hon. Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion The Hon. Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage   Dear Ministers, As we are still experiencing a… Read More