The CanAsian Arts Network Workshop for Artists is a new video and podcast resource tailored to meet the needs of
Asian Canadian artists of all disciplines seeking to gain entry into and visibility within Canada’s arts industry. All workshops are available on demand. Just click on any of the workshops displayed below for access.

Community conversations

Workshops: Canadian Arts Network Workshop for Artists (video and podcast)
New video and podcast series of workshops and community conversations launched as part of
CanAsian Arts Network’s commitment to both digital literacy and reducing barriers for Asian Canadian artists.

Topics as varied as decolonization, business practices, promotion, financial literacy and grant writing are
presented and discussed by Asian Canadian and First Nations subject matter experts.

May 8 : Colonization, Decolonization, and Indigenization (Miranda Jimmy, Vicki Van Chau, Shawn Tse)
May 15 : Income Tax and Recording Keeping (Pradeep Kanchan)
May 22 : Branding Yourself (Matthew Tsang)
May 29 : How to acknowledge land (Anna Marie Sewell, Evan Matchett-Wong)
June 5th : Navigating Collective Structures from the Ground Up (David Ng, Jen Sungshine)
June 12th : Building Visibility and Engagement on Social Media (Linda Hoang)
June 19th : Understanding Historical Trauma (Adrian Stimson, Diamond Yao)
June 26th : Understanding Artist Contracts (Gregory Pang)
July 3rd : Partnering with Indigenous Artists (Christine Sokaymoh Frederick, Chris Hsiung)
July 10th : Developing Your Digital Marketing Toolbox (Justine Abigail Yu)
July 17th : Making Mistakes and Moving On (Janey Chang, Kathryn Gwun-Yeen 君妍 Lennon)

Community Conversations
Community Engaged Arts Organizing (Khrosro Berahmandi, Raeesa Lalani and Sophia Mai Wolfe)
Centrer les expériences d’artistes franco-asiatiques (童宙 Tong Zhou Lafrance, Léa Tremblay Fong, Bryan Beyung)
Advocating for Yourself and Your Community (Soni Dasmohapatra, Kari Woo, Barbara Lee)
Mapping Out and Accessing Arts Funding (Nancy Lee, Reema Fuller, Sally Lee)