Edmonton Arts Council (EAC)
Grants of up to $750 to Edmonton, Alberta nonprofit organizations, artists, as well as arts educators and arts and festival administrators, to cover travel costs. Eligible travel is associated with attending conferences and exhibitions for training, development, marketing, and presentation purposes.
CIP Travel Grants through the Edmonton Arts Council assist Edmonton residents active in the arts and festival communities with travel costs to the benefit of both themselves and the citizens of Edmonton.
Funds are intended to support:
The jury will in all cases consider:
GrantWatch ID#: 180300
Grants may be awarded, normally, to a maximum of $750 per traveller.
Grants may be awarded to an individual or organization for travel to the same destination for the same project for a maximum of two consecutive years
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://eacawards.fluidreview.com/
Stephen Williams, Director of Grants, Awards & Support Programs
780-424-2787 ext. 225
Grants, Awards & Support Programs Officer
780-424-2787 ext. 226
Justina Verboom Grants, Awards & Support Programs Officer
780-424-2787 ext. 243
Edmonton Arts Council
Prince of Wales Armouries, 2nd Floor (#222)
10440 108 Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5H 3Z9
City of Edmonton
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