Below are resources we have found useful and that may be of interest to Brampton’s creative communities. We will be updating this website regularly with information that becomes available. To add a resource please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Updates from Funding Bodies
City of Brampton Resources Programming
eBooks & eAudiobooks. Access thousands of eBook & eAudiobook titles for all ages and interests through a user-friendly lending service platform.
Creative Bug is an online learning resource that gives you access to thousands of high quality, on-trend arts and crafts classes. Library cards are free and can be obtained online (from our homepage, click Get a Library Card from the About menu).
Peel Art Gallery Museum + Archives (PAMA)
Free online participatory arts programming, including creation of Radio Plays in small groups. New programs announced regularly. Stay tuned for announcements. (From the main page, click Education, then Youth Theatre Programs.) Every morning The Rose Facebook page is posting arts adventures you can choose to go on from the comfort of your home.
Media and Films
INTO FILMS. At-home learning: some great activities to help apply film knowledge, critical thinking and literacy skills for primary and secondary age levels.
Professional Photographers of America. PPA is temporarily opening all of their online education to all photographers worldwide. All you need to do is create a free account to access over 1,100+ online classes.
REEL Canada. Celebrating Canada through film with educational information on Canadian feature films. Stay tuned for their news on bringing National Canadian Film Day Online.
Sundance Co//ab. Resources for filmmakers to learn, share & connect. Most content is free. Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Higher Learning Digital Resource Hub: An online library of digital resources including past lectures, master classes, panel discussions, and post-screen conversations/Q&As.
Canadian Film Festivals Open for submission