EST. 1903 - Presenting global influential leaders from business, labour, education & government through events
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A growing interest in the arts as seen in the work of the Conference of the Arts. Local arts councils. The necessity to supply the country's demands for a rounded way of living. Details of Canadian achievement in the arts. Canadian initiatives in art, music, and theatre. Media coverage of the Canadian arts. The Canadian public accepting architecture as art. An explanation of the development of the arts in Canada in recent years. Canadian exhibitions abroad. Musical exports. Wayne and Shuster. The education of future artists. The combination of a gifted artist and an understanding patron. Co-operation between the professional artist and the man of affairs as the best augury for the future.