CBC Arts

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CBC Arts
Department of the CBC
Industry Media
Founded July 1, 2015
Headquarters CBC Toronto Broadcast Centre,
Toronto, Ontario
, Canada
Area served
Specific services for Canada and rest of world
Services Television and digital services
Owner CBC
Website www.cbc.ca/beta/arts

CBC Arts is the division of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation responsible for creating and curating the best arts-related stories, videos and audio clips from across the CBC network and beyond. The division also produces six non-fiction series: Canada In The Frame, The Collective, Crash Gallery, Exhibitionists, Interrupt This Program and The Red-Education of Eddy Rogo.

Mission[edit]

CBC Arts has a mission to inspire Canadians to engage with the arts — whether that means visiting a gallery, checking out a play, joining a choir or picking up a good book. Their definition of "art" is expansive: from your local hip-hop cypher or yarn-bombing collective to fine art auctions and contemporary opera to the flowering of creativity on the web and social media — it's all fair game.

Personnel[edit]

  • Grazyna Krupa, Executive in Charge of Production, ARTS, Unscripted
  • Carolynne Hew, Executive Producer
  • Romeo Candido, Senior Producer, Video/TV
  • Peter Knegt, Producer, Digital
  • Leah Collins, Senior Writer
  • Lise Hosein, Associate Producer
  • Mercedes Grundy, Associate Producer
  • Eleanor Knowles, Digital Associate Producer
  • James Cooper, Video Journalist
  • Luke Myers, Unit Manager

External links[edit]

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