Arts Resources

Arts Commons’ mission is to bring the arts… to life. Our vision is a creative and compassionate society inspired through the arts. Despite our doors being closed and given the current social and political climate, our mission and vision are now more important than ever.

We have compiled a number of resources to help our community learn and grow, help artists in their practice, and help educators and parents with home-schooling. Additional resources will be added periodically.

To go deeper, please read our President and CEO’s letter to the community regarding the Black Lives Matter movement and visit our new blog. The Arts Commons Blog provides you with rich content, interviews, and behind-the-scenes stories.

 

Musician & Music Industry Resources

Alberta Music
The Alberta Music Industry Association is a non-profit, service-based association dedicated to helping professionals in the music industry to succeed in their careers.

Canadian Musician
Canadian Musician is Canada’s magazine for Canadian artists and the industry that supports them. The magazine serves its readership with entertaining, informative, and insightful content, from interviews with Canada’s highest-profile artists and industry personnel to career-building features to updates on the latest gear, tech, and trends.

NWC
NWC is an international communications company that has been providing information (publishing four magazine issues per year), marketing, and communications services for the music, pro audio, and lighting industries for over 40 years. NWC offers several free webinars for artists & industry professionals.

Bandzoogle
Tens of thousands of artists around the world use Bandzoogle to build their website and promote their music online. Their blog is a free resource for musicians to learn how to promote themselves.

Music Business Mentoring
MBM give you access to a team of mentors committed to fostering community, sharing ideas and building relationships in this challenging and exciting industry.

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