CARFAC is pleased to present a series of webinars where we share information about timely initiatives, long-term projects, and campaigns.
Please note: these webinars are designed for professional visual artists. It is intended as an informational service to provide a summary of issues of interest to practicing visual artists. It does not replace professional advice for your specific issue if it may be required. Neither the speakers nor CARFAC will assume liability for problems that may arise from any errors or omissions contained in the presentation.
The presentation schedule will be updated regularly, so stay tuned for more details. We hope you can join us!
Tax Help for Artists, March 15, 2023
Speakers: Representatives from Canada Revenue Agency. Moderated by April Britski.
This webinar was presented in collaboration with the Canada Revenue Agency.
Indigenous Protocols: Pathways of Protection (2022)
Tax Help for Artists (2022)
Speakers: Representatives from Canada Revenue Agency. Moderated by Kate Cornell.
DIGITAL TOOLS FOR ARTISTS: Image Bank (2021)
Speaker: Copyright Visual Arts Executive Director Martia Lea. Moderated by Paddy Lamb.
Copyright Visual Arts – Droits d’auteur Arts visuels (COVA-DAAV) negotiates licenses for the use of an artist’s work, and they collect and distribute royalties for artists. Copyright Visual Arts has developed Image Bank, a new digital licensing tool for Canadian visual art.
DIGITAL TOOLS FOR ARTISTS: IMPRIMO (2021)
Speaker: Prescient’s Chief Innovation Officer, Sapanpreet Narang. Moderated by Paddy Lamb.
Artist’s Resale Right (2020)
Speakers: artists AA Bronson and Theresie Tungilik, CARFAC National’s Executive Director, April Britski. Moderated by Renuka Bauri.
Artist Taxation (2020)
Speakers: artist Steve Higgins and tax preparer/actor Tova Epp. Moderated by Renuka Bauri.
Universal Basic Income (2020)
Speakers: artists Adrian Stimson and Craig Berggold, and Sheila Regehr from Basic Income Canada Network. Moderated by artist Sydney Lancaster.
We gratefully acknowledge the support for our webinar series from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Government of Canada.