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The essential elements guiding all that we do
Centering values of artistic wisdom that foster social cohesion and well-being for the public good.
Amplifying co-creation practices that strengthen the vitality of creative economies.
Deepening beliefs in cooperative systems that bolster access for equity-seeking groups.
Realizing creative actions that sustain ecosystems of care for all human, digital, and natural life.
A spotlight on our current resources, events, and activities
Access Art is a collaborative effort to explore and challenge what shapes art spaces and places during Toronto’s 2021 Year of Public Art.
Help envision the future of Canada’s digital arts services ecosystem in the next iteration of DigitalASO Dialogues 2021.
Together There is an artistic residency and literacy project to collectively envision a just digital future for equity-seeking groups in Canadian arts and culture.
Research Insights is a series of reports on designing a cooperative digital future for managing the arts. What Space investigates the roots, ripples, and responses to spatial precarity and gentrification in the arts.
Introducing our core creative actions on-the-ground and in-the-cloud
Launched in 2016, DigitalASO is a cross-sectoral effort to empower the digital transformation of Canadian arts services through digital literacy research, training, platform and alliance-building.
Founded in 2017, Groundstory is a collective impact effort with a mandate to uproot the adverse effects of gentrification on the arts and other vulnerable, low-income groups in Ontario.
Initiated in 2019, Hatch Open is an open source Arts Resource Planning software solution that serves as the core technology for Artse United. Early-stage prototyping includes financial and project management and business intelligence analytics.
Artse United is an emerging digital arts management platform cooperative serving individual creators and producers and larger organizations across all disciplines in Canada.