We imagine a vibrant arts and culture sector in which people can bring their whole selves to their work.

A sustainable commitment to equity and systems change requires ongoing time, energy, resources and a community of support.

Things are changing quickly in our sector. We recognize arts workers/volunteers are balancing their limited capacities and the desire and expectation to do equity work in meaningful ways. The Pathways program was developed by our community to support each other through this time of uncertainty and change. 
Photo: A Simple Joy by Kyle Thornley
The Pathways program is a year-long process that supports arts, culture, and heritage practitioners to learn, reflect and integrate equity and access more deeply into their work. Participants are supported with individualized learning plans, peer networks and one-on-one guidance.

Pathways is a flexible and individualized program. Every organization and individual in our sector is approaching equity and access from a different place and unique context. The Pathways Program connects participants with opportunities for ongoing, accessible learning and support that meet individuals and organizations where they are. This program is not about evaluation or assessment; it is about support.

Pathways is not a one-size fits all or universal program. It is not designed to replace or recreate other existing programs, but rather to provide tangible support and resources to connect with existing and emerging opportunities. 


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