Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA)
09/01/20 11:59 PM MT
Grants of up to $15,000 to Alberta individual artists, artists ensembles, and arts administrators for specific projects in dance arts. First-time applicants must request an online registration at least five business days prior to the deadline. Funding may support art production, marketing, research, and training and career development.
Art production includes the development, creation, and production of any dance work.
- Projects should be confined to a distinct phase of work.
- Alberta individual artists that have been contracted by commissioners to create a specific work are eligible to apply for project support through this funding opportunity.
Marketing includes a program of activity for a specific period of time that promotes or advertises work created by Alberta dance artists, and/or develops audiences for the artist's work.
Research includes a program of activity for a specific period of time that supports or results in the development of a dance project.
Training and career development includes enrollment in a course or program of study designed to develop an artist's training in dance, including related performing arts disciplines, and/or performing arts administration. Eligible training and career development projects include, but are not limited to:
- Master classes
- Mentorship programs
- Professional development
- Pre-professional and professional courses for study in dance
Eligible expenses may include, but are not limited to:
- Contracted artist and/or technician fees
- Commission fees
- Promotion and publicity
- Transportation and accommodation
- Tuition or training fees
- Administration and contract fees
- Basic living/subsistence expenses (housing, local transportation, food, childcare, dependent care) up to $3,000/month
- Other expenses and supplies considered by the AFA to be reasonable and necessary
GrantWatch ID#: 180310
You can receive up to $15,000 to support your project.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email the following address to obtain your GATE login information: email@example.com
Paul Reich, Arts Development Consultant - Dance
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