Equity and Anti-Racism Training Programs and Services in the Arts

Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPMAO)

Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) believes that IBPOC artists don’t belong in the shadows. They belong in the spotlight. To make this belief a reality, CPAMO works with organizations and individuals like you who are committed to making arts and culture in Canada equitable and accessible for all artists, not just a few.

CPAMO advances artistic opportunities for IBPOC artists across Ontario by working with them directly. CPAMO also helps other organizations become agents of change in the arts sector. Now, more than ever, organizations need to cultivate equity and pluralism in the arts and eliminate barriers.

CPAMO’s training offers three programs, in-person, or online, to help organizations achieve this goal:

1. Organizational development: CPAMO works with you to design and implement strategic systems to support IBPOC artists, as CPAMO has done for SOCAN, Luminato, Fall for Dance North and many more.

2. Anti-Black racism program: CPAMO helps you create safe, welcome spaces for Black artists.

3. Equity Reviews and Reports: CPAMO’s commissioned reviews and reports address your specific organizational needs, whether environmental scans, policy reviews, interviews, focus group facilitations or policy recommendations.

CPAMO’s equity and anti-racism training programs are customized to your organization’s EDI needs.

There’s still so much work to do.

Get in touch with CPAMO today to #smashthestatusquo together.

Find out more about CPAMO’s Equity and Anti-Racism Training in the Arts by viewing the brochure or sending an email to Erin Jones, Curator of Transformational Change, at education@cpamo.org

About CPAMO:

Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) is a movement of Indigenous and racialized artists engaged in empowering the arts communities of Ontario. CPAMO seeks to open opportunities for Indigenous and racialized professionals and organizations to build capacity through access and working relationships with cultural institutions across Ontario that will result in constructive relationships with Indigenous and racialized professionals and organizations.

Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO)
473 Jones Avenue, Toronto, ON M4J 3G7
www.cpamo.org | education@cpamo.org