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NEW Phone numbers for BCAC staff:
The Provincial Government is modernizing its current voice technology and replacing it with Voice over Internet Protocol. This is expected to achieve cost savings, improved internal communications and increased public accessibility.
As of Feb. 21, telephone numbers for BC Arts Council staff have changed as part of this government-wide initiative. To update contact information, new staff numbers can be found here.
Please note that the main BCAC reception line (250) 356-1718 and fax number (250) 387-4099 remain the same. Email addresses have not changed. In addition, you may also search for any public servants’ phone number in the Government Telephone Directory their name, program area or ministry or contact. You may also call Enquiry BC and request a direct transfer.
Final Reports can now be emailed:
Completed and signed Final Reports can now be scanned and submitted by email to BCArtsCouncil@gov.bc.ca. Clients may also continue to mail them to:
PO Box 9819, Stn Prov Govt,
Victoria, BC, V8W 9W3.
Forms can be found here.
Reporting requirements for all Project Assistance and Individual Arts Awards programs have been revised. Effective June 30, 2016, applicants with overdue final reports will be ineligible to apply to BC Arts Council Project Assistance and Individual Arts Awards programs. Project Assistance or Individual Arts Awards submissions from applicants with overdue final reports will be disqualified before adjudication.
Final reports must be submitted within 30 days of project completion. End dates for BCAC funded projects currently in progress must be kept up to date to ensure eligibility for future grant competitions. Changes to project end dates should be requested prior to the original project end date.
Beginning in the fall of 2016, organizations receiving Operating Assistance will be able to apply for new Enhanced Capacity support, concurrent with their extended cycle intake application. This funding is intended to help organizations build capacity and respond to strategic priorities, challenges and opportunities and will offer enhanced support for operations for the duration of the funding cycle. This approach allows flexibility in response to organizations’ fluctuations in cycles of activity or capacity needs, while still providing stable, base operating support.