Digital Arts Strategy: Survey and New Dates for Consultations

Digital Arts Strategy for IBPOC Artists and Arts Organizations

Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) is working on the development of the Digital Arts Strategy for IBPOC Artists and Arts Organizations. CPAMO will engage in research specific to the Indigenous, Black, People of Colour (IBPOC) arts community focusing on digital literacy and readiness. This is the first step to CPAMO’s ultimate goal to develop a digital platform complementing administrative support systems with audience engagement, data sharing, collaborative projects and creation opportunities via digital platforms specific for the needs of IBPOC Arts.

The Research phase of this project will identify and share evidence-based practices relevant to the artists/arts organizations, particularly focusing on how IBPOC arts organizations using digital technology, the development, scope and results of such uses.


This survey is part of the Research phase and will only take them 15-20 minutes to complete. Data will be included in our report and other material/publications, personal information will not be disclosed. You will also have a chance to enter into a draw to win a pair of tickets for The Gathering in 2020.  Please feel free to share the survey with your friends and colleagues.

Extended deadline is January 10, 2020:

New Consultation Dates: 

The consultations for Winter 2020 are rescheduled with new dates as follows:
Thursday, February 13, 2020 | 1pm – 5pm
Thursday, February 20, 2020 | 1pm – 5pm

ASL will be provided for the focus group on February 20, 2020. If you require ASL, you must register by February 13 to ensure the service is available.

Location: CSI Regent Park
585 Dundas Street East, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7

Participation in these sessions are free and refreshments will be provided. Due to limited space RSVP online

If you have any questions please contact: Kevin A. Ormsby, Program Manager,

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CPAMO is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council, and English Testing Canada.