Arts Vitality Micro-Grant

Arts

open
2022/01/15
$3,000 - $5,000
- January 1, 2022

The Arts Micro-Grant program provides funding to enable artists, collectives and organizations to respond to unexpected circumstances and changes in the arts and culture sector.

The Arts Vitality Micro-Grant allows artists, collectives and organizations to respond to new approaches, reduces barriers to opportunities and advances professional development and knowledge. Funding through this grant can be used to support adapting an existing work or professional practice, developing alternative production/presentation/distribution strategies, gaining new skills, or exploring new technologies and digital opportunities.

Eligible applicants will have completed basic training in their field, demonstrated their commitment to their art form and be working to develop their activities to a professional skill level of art forms in any discipline. Applicants from any artistic discipline are encouraged to apply.

This funding is for Indigenous artists or collectives, 19 years of age or older, who have been a resident of B.C. for at least the past year. It is also for non-profit Indigenous organizations and societies, and First Nations communities located in B.C., that work across all art forms, including visual, performance and story. Please review the guidelines for the full list of eligibility requirements.

We are here to help!

If you have any questions or would like assistance with your grant application please contact the program staff listed at the bottom of this page. FPCC staff are available to answer questions about grant eligibility, project proposal ideas, what activities are permitted during COVID-19 restrictions, which program or grant may be best for your project and more. You may also contact an Outreach Coach for information on project planning, resources and information sessions.

Program Contact

Hilary Strang

Hilary has a distinguished background in professional Canadian theatre and performance. By way of eco-justice advocacy and a master’s degree in intercultural communication, she landed in the lap of FPCC.  She is grateful to help support Indigenous artists and arts practices.