THE CANADIAN COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS

Registered Name: THE CANADIAN HERITAGE ARTS SOCIETY

Business Number: 131341356RR0001

Our Mission

The Canadian Heritage Arts Society (CHAS):

• To provide instruction and training in the performing arts, and to raise the aesthetic taste and artistic appreciation of the public at large through the medium of public performances and exhibitions.

• To preserve and promote heritage arts and culture.

About THE CANADIAN COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS

The Canadian College of Performing Arts (CCPA), delivered through CHAS, offers quality training in a broad spectrum of skills which will prepare the students for careers in the performance arts locally, nationally or internationally. The College provides a stimulating, positive and constructive environment where students are encouraged to develop high standards of work ethics and conduct which will serve them in any field of endeavour in the future.

What People Are Saying

"...an institution worth sustaining for its excellent training. By making every effort to maintain and grow its reputation and achieving the right balance of earned, donated and public sector revenue, the College will be able to maintain its strong contribution to the Canadian artistic community. "

— Allen MacInne, CATF Assessor (for Department of Canadian Heritage)

"[CCPA] certainly offer[s] a strong and important service to the theatre community and beyond, preparing students in a proper atmosphere to tackle a tough industry and distinguish themselves as top Canadian artists."

— David Warrack, CATF Assessor (for Department of Canadian Heritage)

"CCPA does possess among its leaders enough dedication and passion to lead it successfully into the future. But they will need help. The College needs reliable, additional resources to secure its future and, in my estimation, is eminently worthy of greater public sector support."

— Allen MacInne, CATF Assessor (for Department of Canadian Heritage)

"…the program, in its totality, gives them everything they need to move on to the next stage and become a part of the arts/entertainment world."

— David Warrack, CATF Assessor (for Department of Canadian Heritage)

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