Monday, January 10, 2005

Planning for the 2010 Olympics


On the same day that Roadsworth had an article in the Globe and Mail (which was not available on line) Alexandra Gill wrote something that approaches space filler about the arts stuff that's going to be happening during and around the 2010 Olympics.

Other than say that there is $12 million dollars out there, and giving some vague background on the arts during the Olympics, she didn't write much.

Nothing about the previous times that the Olympics were in Canada, and what happened art wise. (Although now that I think about it, does anybody know if Calgary had any art affiliated with their Olympics?)

Nothing about where to get more information on how to score some of the $12 million dollars. And now that I check 'em out, why does the Globe and Mail publish something like a "call for entries" that is only available to residents of British Colombia? Isn't it supposed to be a "National Newspaper?" Or are they going to start publishing articles about the winners of the Prix du Quebec now as well?

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