FPCC Arts Programs are now accepting applications!
Select grants in the Indigenous Arts Program (IAP) are now accepting applications from Indigenous residents of B.C. for the Spring 2021 funding intake. The IAP supports a variety of artistic expressions that reflects our cultures and identities. These grants provide funding for Indigenous artists, arts organizations and collectives.
The deadline to apply is April 15, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. PST
- Indigenous Arts Scholarship – Up to $20,000 for mentorship-based arts education and up to $10,000 for post-secondary arts education.
- Community Arts Infrastructure – Up to $20,000 to support community arts workspaces and workshops focused on the transmission of arts knowledge in all artistic disciplines.
- Organizations and Collectives – Up to $15,000 for only artistic production, mentorship and administrative projects, and up to $30,000 for combined artistic production, mentorship and administrative projects.
- Applications are accepted from Indigenous (status, non-status, Métis and Inuit) artists, organizations and collectives located in B.C.
- All applicants must read and agree to follow the FPCC COVID-19 Guidelines for Programs.
- For more information, eligibility and guidelines please click on each program above.
Applications are open now until April 15, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. PST
How to Apply
FPCC Arts Program applications will be accepted using the FPCC Grant Portal. For more information about each program, how to apply and to read the application, please click on each program above.
Please share this funding opportunity with your network by downloading the program poster here.
We are here to provide support.
Applicants are encouraged to contact us for assistance using the grant portal, understanding the guidelines and completing their application.
Please contact Hilary Strang, Arts Program Associate, via email at email@example.com.
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*Image provided by Skeena Salmon Arts Festival Society, Terrace B.C., Arts Organizations and Collectives recipient.