Arts funding grants available

BC Arts Council deadline is April 15 for submissions for assistance

Applications are now being accepted for several project-assistance funding programs offered by the BC Arts Council.

• Arts Periodicals – assists arts periodicals not currently receiving  operating assistance from the BC Arts Council that are devoted primarily to the first publication of any form of artistic expression, or social, cultural or intellectual commentary or inquiry.

• Professional Arts Training – supports training activities and the development of recognized arts and cultural training programs and organizations in B.C.

• Professional Performing Arts (Music, Dance or Theatre) – supports the development, creation, production and/or live performance of classical, experimental, original, traditional and contemporary art forms from all world cultures.

• Professional Literary – supports activities in literary arts in B.C. Grants are intended to contribute to the successful realization of a single activity or event, or the artistic programming activities of a literary organization.

Application deadline is April 15, 2016. Guidelines and program details, including eligibility, can be found at: www.bcartscouncil.ca

 

 

 

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