Open to applications – The Digital Citizen Contribution Program supports the priorities of the Digital Citizen Initiative by providing time-limited financial assistance for research and citizen-focused activities. The Program aims to support democracy and social inclusion in Canada by enhancing and/or supporting efforts to counter online disinformation and other online harms and threats.
Recognizing that public art opportunities can come from grassroots ideas that are initiated and led by communities, Calgary Arts Development invites proposals for community-run public art projects. This opportunity is open to community-run organizations, including informal groups that define themselves in terms of distinct communities, neighbourhood associations and non-profit organizations or charitable organizations. Community-run organizations [...]
The Original Peoples Investment Program (OPIP) supports the preservation and revitalization of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) art through art-based projects that are supported and validated by FNMI artists, community, Elders, and Knowledge Keepers. We recognize and support both traditional and contemporary Indigenous artists and arts practices.
The Canada Book Fund (CBF) ensures access to a diverse range of Canadian-authored books nationally and internationally, by fostering a strong book industry that publishes and markets Canadian-authored books. The CBF has three components – Support for Booksellers, Support for Organizations (with one special initiative), and Support for Publishers (with two sub-components).
The Commemorate Canada program provides funding to initiatives that commemorate and celebrate historical figures, places, events and accomplishments of national significance.
75% of the total eligible cost of the project.
The Community Initiatives Program (CIP), Major Cultural and Sport Events (MCSE) funding stream is intended to streamline processes and maximize limited funding for organizations applying through multiple sources within Alberta Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women. These sources include Alberta Sport Connection, Tourism, and Alberta Foundation for the Arts. You must contact program staff [...]
This grant program has been created to support smaller, outdoor community (Niche) festivals and events that showcase local talent, celebrate local histories and cultures, and add vibrancy to our city throughout the year.
The Neighbourhood Services Funding Program focuses on creating a healthy city. The purpose of this funding is to empower and engage Edmontonians to create a connected, inclusive and livable city. The Funding Program invests in projects, initiatives and events that encourage diverse and inclusive neighbourly connections, collaborations and partnerships.
This program is intended to provide one-time project funding to registered non-profit arts organizations in Calgary (known as Mohkinsstsis in Blackfoot). The Project Grant Program seeks to support projects that align with any of the following priority areas: Projects that reflect and contribute to the vibrancy and vitality of Calgary’s arts sector and create [...]