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MASC, established in 1989, is a bilingual charity committed to connecting artists and learning, by providing schools and communities with experiences of artistic excellence and creative process.
What does MASC do?
MASC brings performances and hands-on workshops, created and delivered by professional artists from diverse disciplines and cultural backgrounds, to schools and community groups in the National Capital Region, Eastern Ontario, Western Quebec and Outaouais.
Who benefits from MASC programs?
Over 120,000 seniors, youth and children, in over 223 schools and 67 community groups, experience MASC every year. MASC is committed to making programs accessible to everyone in the community and seeks partners to provide subsidies for programs serving high-needs communities.
What does MASC offer?
MASC programs explore Canada’s cultural diversity, deepen awareness, encourage understanding and awaken creativity. MASC’s compelling arts experiences are also fundamental to building an understanding of the arts as an essential human activity, and are critical to the development of a dynamic, resilient and creative civil society.