Indo-Canada Arts Council “ICAC” is federally registered not-for profit organization in Canada since 2014. ICAC is run and operated by volunteer support and resources and is working towards promotion and encouragement of arts and culture between Canada and India. It also strives towards promoting the Canadian and Indian artists and their work worldwide. ICAC envisions in building awareness, creation and recognition of individuals and organizations that are promoting and supporting arts and culture. ICAC initiatives include production and creation of opportunities that shall bridge more cross cultural interaction across Canada, India and North America through festivals, exhibitions, publications, seminars and performances of different genres on annual basis.

ICAC supports all forms of artistic disciplines including and not limiting to visual, performing and creative arts. The various artistic and cultural forms include the classic, fusion, modern, folk and innovative artifacts. Our endeavor is to work with colleagues around the world and weave rich Diasporas. In a cooperative and conducive manner we shall work together to broaden the audience and create a network with shared information, resources and funding.

Our focus is to work with artists and arts organizations from both Canada and India to facilitate the artists and the organizations to exhibit their work and perform their talent in both the countries and worldwide.

ICAC Objectives and Goals

ICAC objectives and goals are to build an awareness and exchange of artists and artistic works between Canada and India and recognize and appreciate the talent from both the countries.

  • Function as a central force for arts and artistic exchange between Canada and India.
  • Compile directories of artists and organizations in all disciplines to share information.
  • Encourage young and new artists to present and showcase their talent and work.
  • Conduct regular outreach programs in various artistic disciplines.
  • Promote and build an educated and informed audience who appreciate arts and artistic work.
  • To build its own space and to have infrastructure for in house facilitation for artistic disciplines.