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The Hub’s network consists of a number of individuals—our “affiliates”—whose expertise and creative practices come together to inform our work across several policy issues. Our model of collaboration is informed by the principles of equity, respect, peer support, and mutual benefit. We work with artists, researchers, and policymakers who are attuned to the needs of communities, who are invested in exploring solutions for the future of Canada’s arts and culture sector, and whose own research and advocacy objectives can be enriched through collaboration with the Hub.

Our affiliates include emerging and established practitioners and professionals across disciplines, including:

  • Artists
  • Researchers
  • Arts & Culture Workers
  • Strategists
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Students
  • Academics
  • Community leaders
  • Policymakers
  • Public Funders
  • Content Creators

Our affiliate network is national in scope. While the Cultural Policy Hub is based in Toronto, the majority of our work is conducted virtually. Our network is growing and we welcome input from people with expertise and lived experiences that can contribute to the development of policy solutions.

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