Foundation / Corporation
Arts Network Ottawa - ARTicipate Endowment Fund
05/31/19 5:00 PM Receipt
Grants to Ottawa Region, Ontario nonprofit arts organizations, arts collectives, and individual artists to present projects of any discipline in a local arts center. This program is intended to support local arts organizations and artists in exhibiting and presenting their work through two project grant categories. Priority is given to original works and/or performances.
Project Grant categories:
-Project Grants for local Ottawa artists and arts groups who are presenting or exhibiting at the Shenkman Arts Centre.
-Visual artists can also apply to exhibit their work in the LaLande + Doyle Exhibition Space at the Shenkman Arts Centre. Successful grant applicants will exhibit their work in the LaLande + Doyle Exhibition Space during January and/or February 2019 as scheduled by the Program Manager and the Arts Centre Programmer.
The ARTicipate Project Grant supports:
-Presentation and exhibition of high quality artistic work in the Shenkman Arts Centre
-Local artists and arts organizations of all levels and disciplines
-Access to Shenkman Arts Centre spaces to non-resident artists and arts organizations
-English, French and bilingual artistic activities in the Shenkman Arts Centre
-Collaborative projects involving more than one artist and/or arts organization
Eligible Projects Must Satisfy All the Following Criteria:
-Be artistic in nature
-Meet high standards of artistic quality
-Enhance artistic programming and activities at the Shenkman Arts Centre
-Take place at the Shenkman Arts Centre
-Be open to the general public
Eligible expenses include (but are not limited to): rental costs at Shenkman Arts Centre; marketing (i.e., advertising, posters, etc.); exhibition costs (framing); technician fees; purchase/rental of costumes, props, sets, equipment, or materials; fees to artists providing their services to the project. Only expenses directly related to the project are eligible.
For information about Eligible Expenses and Funding Categories for applicant types please see: https://artsnetottawa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/ARTicipate_Grant_Guidelines_2019.pdf#page=3
GrantWatch ID#: 142691
-Organizations: To a maximum of $2,500
-Established Individual Artists: To a maximum of $1,250
-Emerging Individual Artists: To a maximum of $1,000
Projects are to be carried out within a specific timeframe and consist of either a single activity or a series of activities that are intended to take place only once.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
-ARTicipate Project Grant Application Form 2019:
-ARTicipate Project Grant Application Form LaLande + Doyle Exhibition Space 2019:
Alex Maltby, Program Manager
ARTicipate Endowment Fund
Arts Network Ottawa
Shenkman Arts Centre
245 Centrum Blvd, Suite 260
Ottawa, ON K1E 0A1
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