The Ontario Arts Foundation - Feb 16
The Ontario Arts Foundation is pleased to announce a new visual arts award. The Laura Ciruls Painting Award will be given annually to recognize an Ontario based painter who is past the early stages of their professional career.
ARTicipate Granting Program for the Shenkman Arts Centre
The deadline to apply to the 2012 ARTicipate Project Grant is May 31. The ARTicipate Project Grant supports local Ottawa artists and arts groups who are presenting or exhibiting at the Shenkman Arts Centre. Artists can apply to exhibit their work in the LaLande + Doyle Exhibition Space at the Shenkman Arts Centre.
See the 2012 guidelines for more details.
artsVest™ investment in Ottawa’s cultural economy - MAY 2012
The program will offer free sponsorship training to help Ottawa’s local cultural organizations build mutually beneficial partnerships with the business community. Cultural organizations will also be invited to apply to artsVest for a total of $100,000 in matching incentive grants. When matched with sponsorship from the local business community, artsVest has the potential to flow more than $200,000 of investment into Ottawa’s cultural sector this year.
Ontario Arts Council (OAC)
Ontario Arts Council has more than 60 programs that support artists and arts organizations in Ontario.
For a complete list of OAC programs
2012 OAC deadlines for the granting programs that may support you in your work:
Touring and Presenting:
Aboriginal Presenters In The North: Music Events (new) – February 1
Ontario Arts Presenters – March 15 and September 17
Presenter/Producer – April 2 and November 1
Ontario Touring – March 15 and September 17
Community and Multidisciplinary Arts:
Community Arts Councils (new) – April 2
Community and Multidisciplinary Arts Organizations – April 2
Arts Education: Arts Education Projects – March 1 and October 1
Organizational Development: Compass – March 1, June 1, September 4, December 3
Skills and Careers: Access and Career Development – May 1
Government Expenditures on Culture, 2009-10 - July 4, 2012
Statistics Canada recently released a brief overview and data tables regarding government spending on culture in 2009-10.
Municipal Cultural Investment in Five Large Canadian Cities, Hill Strategies Report - Jan 10, 2012
This report compares the cultural investment in five of Canada’s largest cities: Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa and Montréal.
Read report or download PDF
Mapping Artists and Cultural Workers in Canada’s Large Cities, Hill Strategies Report - Feb 9, 2010
This study, prepared for the City of Vancouver, the City of Calgary, the City of Toronto, the City of Ottawa and the Ville de Montréal, reveals highly artistic neighbourhoods in Canada’s largest cities.
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SHENKMAN ARTS CENTRE AND RESIDENT ARTS PARTNERS
- Shenkman Arts Centre [Watch Video]
- Gloucester Pottery School
- Mouvement d’implication francophone d’Orleans
- The Orléans Young Players Theatre School
- Ottawa School of Art Orléans Campus
- Ottawa-Gatineau Film and Television Development Corporation