Calgary Arts Development
02/03/14 4:30 PM
Grants are available to Calgary, Canada non-profit arts and culture organizations for stand-alone capital projects or for portions of larger capital projects that create or renovate art/cultural space. Applicants can request municipal funding, land, buildings or any combination thereof for acquisition, construction, development, betterment and/or rehabilitation of a capital asset.
As an initial assessment stage, CSIP recognizes projects that demonstrate a compelling vision, advanced readiness, strong feasibility and sustainability. Managed through an arms-length process, CSIP positions successful project submissions for potential municipal funding consideration through CMSI.
The process is open to projects that are at the early stage of visioning and planning, however, only projects in advanced stages of readiness will be submitted to the City for consideration for existing sources of funding in the year of application.
Submissions must be for cultural infrastructure projects, defined as physical infrastructure, amenities and programmable open space required for the activities of culture.
Capital projects must be located within the Calgary municipal limits and involve:
* Facility development – stand alone culture related infrastructure projects; and/or
* Facility enhancement – portions of larger capital projects that create or renovate purpose-built arts and/or cultural spaces.
Eligible expenses include planning, design, construction, purchase and betterment of a capital asset.
On-going maintenance costs, administrative functions that are necessary to support the operating functions of an organization and retroactive funding requests are NOT eligible (expenses that occurred prior to Council’s approval of a project will not be reimbursed through CMSI).
GrantWatch ID#: 136923
25% of project costs up to $25,000,000/project. Exceptions may be made for smaller projects (under $250,000) that enable a match of municipal funding.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
403-264-5330 ext. 107
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