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Advocating for Change

We are saddened beyond words and deeply troubled by the discovery of the unmarked graves of 215 children at the Kamloops Indian Residential School.

We advocate that all CSDA members support the Calls to Action listed in the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Committee: Calls to Action 

Write your representatives: 

https://pm.gc.ca/en/connect/contact

https://openparliament.ca/politicians/carolyn-bennett/contact/

https://openparliament.ca/politicians/marc-miller/contact/

The Indian Residential School Survivors Society can be contacted toll-free at    1-800-721-0066 and the Indian Residential School Crisis Line is a 24-hour national line of support at 1-866-925-4419.

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Support the CSDA/CCAD


The CSDA/CCAD is a national non-profit organization that works to promote an awareness and appreciation of the decorative arts and design in Canada. Donations help fund a wide variety of CSDA projects, such as the annual symposium, events, Ornamentum magazine and public engagements. 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES 

Volunteering offers incredible opportunities to CSDA/CCAD members and persons interested in the Decorative Arts. In addition to making a difference, it provides volunteers with opportunities to build relationships with like-minded people, connect with the Decorative Arts community, develop new skills, and hone existing ones. The list of benefits is lengthy and these opportunities are available to individuals who want to make a difference. Participation as a volunteer can be in person, by phone, or via the internet. Contact Rani Glick, Chair of the Membership Committee at info@csda-ccad.org for more details.

Apply here: CSDA-CCAD Call for Volunteers - 2021.pdf


MARIAN BRADSHAW LECTURE SERIES

In 2019 with the help of Marian's family, colleagues and friends we have launched the MARIAN BRADSHAW MEMORIAL LECTURE which will be held annually during our symposium or at a special venue. 

To make a donation to the CSDA/CCDA in memory of Marian Bradshaw please click on the Donate today and state what the donation is to for in the note field.  

Click on the link Donate today  to support the CSDA/CCAD and our continued efforts to produce quality publications and events related to the decorative arts community.


Donate today


Donate by Cheque

Please ensure that cheques are payable to "Canadian Society of Decorative Arts". Tax receipts are issued for donations of $20.00 and higher. 

Registered Charitable Organization No. 886343391RR0001

Mailing address:
Canadian Society of Decorative Arts
P.O. Box 235, Station Q

Toronto, ON M4T 2M1

or 

Call Gilles Latour with your credit card payment at 416-910-7849.






Many Thanks to our generous supports

and donors in 2020/2021

(Contributions over $100 listed below)

  • Anne Barros
  • Joan E. Davis 
  • Susan and Nestor Golets
  • HSB Canada
  • Gilles Latour 
  • Charlotte MIckie
  • Robert Noakes
  • Constance O'Donnell
  • Marjorie Paradine
  • Rosalind Pepall
  • Sarah Pepall
  • Erica Sayers
  • Janice Warren 
  • Henry Wiercinski
  • Martha Wilder 

       2020 HOLIDAY ORNAMENT CAMPAIGN 

  • John Adams
  • Margaret Jane Aitken
  • Allan Bailey
  • Anne Barros
  • Janna Eggebeen
  • Alison Fisher
  • Rani Glick
  • Susan & Nestor Golets
  • Anne Greaves
  • Judith Griffin
  • Sally Hannon
  • Robert Jekyll
  • Maurice Johnson
  • Diana Joynt
  • Leeanne Kostopoulos
  • Moragh Kusy
  • Gilles Latour
  • Douglas & Maureen Loweth
  • Denis Longchamps
  • Charlotte Mickie
  • Mark Moore (BIICC)
  • Ann Mortimer
  • Robert Noakes
  • Julie Riches
  • Erika Sayers
  • Joyce Seagram
  • Margaret D. Sellers 
  • Suzanne Stohn 
  • Janice Warren
  • Henry Wiercinski



The Canadian Society of Decorative Arts/ Cercle canadien des arts décoratifs was formed, with the generous support
of the Macdonald Stewart Foundation, to provide a forum for all those interested in the decorative arts.
© 2021 Canadian Society of Decorative Arts / Cercle canadien des arts décoratifs