Awards

About Voices of Culture "In the European Agenda for Culture, adopted by the Commission, set out three strategic objectives, namely the promotion of cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue, the promotion of culture as a catalyst for creativity and the promotion of culture as a vital element in the Union’s international relations. It also introduced two tools for cooperation in the field of...

"i-Portunus is a short-term pilot project, selected and funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, to trial a mobility scheme for artists and culture professionals. It is managed by a consortium headed by the Goethe-Institut with Institut français, Izolyatsia and Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts.  The pilot scheme i-Portunus is the first initiative...

Northern Health is a special organization working to build healthy communities across Northern British Columbia.  They believe that keeping people out of the health care system is the best way to help facilitate a high quality of life as well as longevity. Contributing to communities in multiple ways Expanding community capacity Hosting learning events Designing and delivering skill building seminars Facilitating greater coalition...

In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, Shaw is recognizing individuals making extraordinary contributions to the lives of young people. 50 outstanding individuals and organizations have been selected nationally, and it is with pleasure and gratitude that we announce Carmen Moreira as one of the winners! This acknowledgment (as a national leader contributing to the youth) is a great honour. On behalf of...

This February, SQx Executive Director, Carmen was presented with the BC Social Innovation Youth Award. This award is designated for young people working to improve the social outcomes of others. The purpose of this recognition is to award those who have constructed a positive, creative and innovative impact for the betterment of communities. These innovations are meant to create solutions to chronic...

Carmen has been invited to be Artist in Residence at DansiT in Norway, from January 9 - 30, and the Institute of Gunnar Gunnarsson in Iceland, from February 3 - 23. Her work in residence will be on the piece, Coroner, an exploration of looking into the end. Anticipating the residency, Carmen explained,“eing artist in residence will be an special opportunity that...