Thank you to the many artists, researchers and entrepreneurs from academia, not-profit and private sector organizations who have stepped up to support our project.


Canada Council for the Arts
Digital Greenhouse

The Digital Greenhouse is a digital innovation initiative for Canadian individuals, groups and organizations. It supports short-term projects that leverage digital technology to address sectoral and digital challenges.

This includes the development of sector-wide and cross-sector collaborations, partnerships, and networks to support innovative digital business models, revenue models and monetization strategies; addressing challenges and exploring digital solutions related to accessibility, equity, diversity, inclusion and decolonization, social justice, and climate responsibility created by, or relevant to, the digital world; and sectoral approaches aimed at strategically increasing the digital/data literacy and ongoing digital transformation of the arts sector.

Learn more about the Digital Greenhouse.

University of Minnesota Duluth Cultural Entrepreneurship Program

Cultural Entrepreneurship, a non-traditional degree program informs students of three knowledge domains, those of creative leadershipcreative industries and entrepreneurship, and cultural sufficiency. It equips students with the skillsets to collaborate effectively in teams and across cultures and to exercise leadership by taking the initiative to solve community and business problems. The design and entrepreneurial mindsets developed in the program enable students to be curious, fluid thinkers with a propensity to act while treating failures as learning opportunities. Most importantly, a values orientation underpins and guides their thoughts and actions.

Learn more about the Cultural Entrepreneurship program here.

Global Dignity Canada

Established in 2005, by HRH Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, Operation HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant and Professor Pekka Himanen, Global Dignity is linked to the 2020 process of the World Economic Forum, in which leaders from politics, business, academia, and civil society join efforts to improve the state of the world.

Global Dignity is an independent, non-profit, non-political organization with the aim to instill a positive, inclusive and interconnected sense of value in young people that will guide them as they grow, as well as promote the idea that every human being has the universal right to lead a dignified life. The organization supports 3 million youth in 80 countries.

Learn more about Global Dignity
Global Dignity Canada