The Arty Crowd funding sources require inclusion of members who identify as belonging to priority groups encompassing: Indigenous, ethnocultural communities, rural or remote residents, youth, and Francophones (english and french). Hamilton Arts Council further wants to measure its success in attracting members from all the diverse groups we serve in the Greater Hamilton Area arts community, including those who are LGBTQ2S+, and persons with disabilities. We will use the aggregates of the information collected here to measure our success in making The Arty Crowd an accessible and safe space for all who join. We thank the members of the committee from the Safer Spaces Project who advised us in creating an inclusive self-identification process.
- Select - Gender fluid Non binary Cisgender (identify as gender assigned at birth) woman Cisgender (identify as gender assigned at birth) man Transgender Transgender woman Transgender man Transgender nonbinary Transgender femme/feminine Transgender masculine Intersex Bi-gender Pan-gender Non-conforming Androgenous
- Select - They/Them She/Her He/Him Ze/Zir Xe/Xem Sie/Hir No Pronoun No Preference
Consent to Display
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- Select - Youth under 14 Youth 15 - 30 Adult Senior 65+
- Select - Ancaster Dundas Flamborough Glanbrook Hamilton Stoney Creek Waterdown Six Nations of the Grand River Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation Binbrook Rural or Remote Areas
All profile holders must live or work in Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas, Flambourough, Glanbrook, Stoney Creek, Waterdown, Six Nations of the Grand River.