The Community Arts Festival Program is now open for applications. The deadline for the program is 21 February 2020. The program provides support to community-based arts and cultural organizations in British Columbia in the production of a local community arts festival. Funding is intended to assist with the fees to professional artists and technicians engaged
The Province of B.C. has announced that the International Presence Program is now open for applications, with a deadline of 24 February 2020 at 4:00 pm. Grants from this program are designed to increase the global understanding and appreciation of British Columbia’s arts, culture, creativity, and innovation. Funding aims to develop relationships between B.C.’s arts
Arts and culture community members from the Peace Region are invited to attend a one-day Lunch & Learn session with the BC Arts Council and Canadian Heritage. Arts Funding & Your Community: learn more & have your say October 16, 2019, Fort St. John The agenda for the day is as follows: 10:00 am – noon Support
The Indigenous Arts Program (IAP) (formerly the Aboriginal Arts Development Awards) provides funding in six different categories for Indigenous artists. Through a strong partnership with the B.C. Arts Council and additional funding from the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies, this program is a primary source of support for the unique expressions of B.C.’s Indigenous arts. New!
artsvest is accepting applications for its unique mentorship training program for small and medium arts, heritage and cultural organizations. The program is open to groups in the following regions: Capital Regional District, Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, East Kootenay Regional District, Peace River Regional District, and Haida Gwaii. Info sessions are happening now around the province. Register