OAKVILLE ARTS COUNCIL receives DMS Community Collaboration Support

[Oakville, ON – May 20, 2021] Haltech is pleased to announce that the Oakville Arts Council (OAC) will be participating in a Digital Main Street Community Collaboration project to design a new web portal that will help its 47 member organizations to engage more effectively with each other, the many individual artists practicing locally and the broader Oakville community. Over the coming weeks, members of the OAC and anyone interested in the arts will have an opportunity to provide input on the project.  

“This is just a fantastic opportunity for the Oakville Arts Council and the arts sector as a whole. We know that arts and culture activities have been dramatically affected by the pandemic and now is the time to explore new ways of serving our artists and the community,” said Bernadette Ward, executive director of the Oakville Arts Council. “This collaboration and funding initiative will introduce us to leaders in digital innovation in our community with the goal of creating a new digital road map.” 

This Digital Main Street project was made possible through financial support from the Government of Canada through FedDev Ontario’s Regional Relief and Recovery Fund.  

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