We are pleased to announce that Canadian Contemporary School of Art has joined the Canadian Network for Art and Learning as a voting member!
Since our mission is developing art education in Canada, we are developing our cooperation with different organizations who are highly involved in art education and development across the country. With no shadow of doubt, our students can reap the benefits of this synergy in the long run too.
About The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning
The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning (CNAL) was born out of a shared belief that arts and learning, formally, informally and non-formally “enrich, empower and sustain the lives of individuals and communities.” (Larry O’Farrell and Tiina Kukkonen, 2017, Transformative Action and Arts Education). CNAL’s sense was that if decision makers understood the intrinsic value of the arts, then arts programs would return to the core of Canadian education and be accessible to children, youth, adults and the older age population.
Over the past decade The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning, in combination with a dedicated network of like-minded organizations and individuals across Canada, has accomplished much. Central to the success of The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning has been its distinctive partnership with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO as well as the UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning, Queen's University.