Organizations: Arts Project Funding | Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA)

Value: Maximum $25,000

Description:

This funding assists not-for-profit organizations by providing a grant for a specific arts project. This grant stream also provides project support for leadership development, capacity building and partnerships that enhance the promotion and support of the arts in Alberta.

Eligibility:

o      A not-for-profit organization

o      Churches

o      Library boards

o      Indian Bands as defined by the Indian Act R.S.C. 1985, C.1-5

o      Métis Settlements recognized under the Métis Settlements Act R.S.A. 2000, C.M14

o      Organizations registered under the Agriculture Societies Act

o      Organizations recognized under the Post-Secondary Institutions Act (by Faculty or Department)

Eligible Expenses:

o      Costs associated with art creation and production

o      Artists’ fees (including transportation, accommodation and subsistence) for presentations

o      Costs for dissemination

o      Costs of audience and market development

o      Equipment rental costs

o      Costs for staff professional development

o      Costs for building organizational capacity

o      Research costs and travel related to research on a specific art project

o      Other expenses considered by the AFA to be reasonable and necessary

Eligible projects may be in one of the following areas:

o      Strategic planning

o      Audience development

o      Administrative capacity building activities

o      One-time partnership initiatives that do not support on-going administrative practices or programming

o      Organization capacity-related research

Deadline: December 1/17, June 1/18. First-time applicants are required to contact AFA three months before the deadline for a preliminary eligibility assessment.

Contact: Barbara Mah | 780-415-0306 | barb.mah@gov.ab.ca

Website: https://www.affta.ab.ca/funding/find-funding/organizations-arts-project-funding

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