$53.4 billion = the direct economic impact of cultural goods and services in 2010, or 3.4% of Canada’s GDP.
(Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Culture Satellite Account, 2010. Most recent available statistics.).
Cultural industries are taking centre stage in Canada’s economy. The direct economic impact of culture has surpassed:
• sports ($5.2 billion)
• utilities ($35 billion)
• accommodation and food ($32 billion)
• agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting combined ($23 billion)
Patricia’s expertise lies in finding the place where CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND COMMERCE can meet and flourish. Cultivating this mix requires dedication and resources in equal measure, and demands INTENTION, STRATEGY AND ACTION.
Our team consists of experts in multidisciplinary fields, from cultural management, organizational change, public administration to experience design, digital transformation and more. This makes us well positioned to provide plans and services that are WELL INFORMED in industry practices and FUTURE PROOF.
Our clients include local, provincial and federal governments, visual and performing arts organizations (from community-based to professional), museums, developers, foundations and technology providers.
Business & Implementation Plans
Economic Impact Studies
Orientation and Training
Stakeholder and Community
Cultural Policy Development
PLACE-MAKING + PUBLIC ART
Public Art Coordination
Maintenance & Management Plans
Detailed Site Analysis
Administration, Artist Relations and
Approval Process Management
Public Art Programs & Policy
DEVELOPMENT + MARKETING
Fundraising and Sponsorship Plans
Stakeholder and Perception Audits
Donor and External Relations
Experiential Marketing Design
Community Engagement Frameworks
Facilitation and Consultation
Key Message Development
Performance Measurement and
Annual Report Writing