Announcing the launch of the City of Mississauga’s new Small Project Matching Grant Program that is open exclusively to Affiliated and Recognized Community Groups in good standing with the City of Mississauga’s Community Group Support Program (Policy 08-01-01). A maximum of $2,500 can be requested to support a specific new initiative that is outside of the normal range of activity for the applicant to be implemented and completed in 2017. Applicants are required to match funds requested from the City with the equivalent value of volunteer time ($11.40/hour – minimum wage) and/or other in-kind donations or funds. Affiliated and Recognized Community Groups can also sponsor a project for a group that is not registered under the Community Group Support Program. The first deadline to apply for a Small Project Matching Grants Program is March 31, 2017 at 4:30 pm. For more information about this grant opportunity including the program guidelines, FAQs and how to apply visit our website.
The Small Project Matching Grants Program provides funds for projects that will strengthen neighbourhoods, increase resident engagement, and enhance opportunities for Mississauga residents to participate in events and activities at the neighbourhood level including Canada 150 Neighbourhood Celebrations
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – WATER … AN OUTDOOR WALL SCULPTURE 2017.The Elora Centre for the Arts is celebrating its 15th anniversary during this Canada 150 year. We have obtained a grant through the Ontario 150 Community Celebration Fund, and we are dedicating funds for a wall sculpture submission and an installation celebration on July 1, 2017.The theme is WATER, and any Ontario artists/sculptors who have a link to Wellington County are eligible to make a submission. The award to the selected artist will be $5000, payable upon receipt and successful installation of the wall sculpture. Interested artists are to submit proposals to Jane Longman at: email@example.com
DiverseCity 150 will be one component of the Windsor Jewish Community Centre’s celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary. The exhibition will celebrate the diversity of our country, our province, our city, and even the great diversity found within our own Jewish Community.We are seeking submissions around the theme of diversity: works that honour and express culture and cultures as a way to share our diverse experiences. Deadline for submissions is April 1, 2017, and works in all media are encouraged. An entry fee of $25.00 must accompany all submissions. Work must be completed within the last two years. All works can be offered for sale, with 75% of the proceeds going to the artist.
Are you an artist? Applications are open for the Queen West Art Crawl 2017 in Trinity Bellwoods Park on Queen St West.The dates of the 2017 Queen West Art Crawl are Saturday/Sunday, September 23-24, 2017. Applications close April 30 2017. Food and retail vendor applications will also be available on www.queenwestartcrawl.com Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 647-717-0747 if you have concerns prior to or during the application process.
Online Submissions Now Open For The Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP). January 12 to May 31, 2017. Canadian artists and permanent residents of Canada are invited to submit their two-dimensional and three-dimensional work for consideration to the Salt Spring National Art Prize, offering in its second year, $30,000 worth of awards.The call for submissions is now open to May 31, 2017, with details and entry forms at The Salt Spring National Art Prize. To easily share on Facebook click http://tinyurl.com/SSNAPCall2017
Please email Let’s Make good Productions if you are interested in participating as an artist, workshop leader, volunteer, or audience member!
As part of our annual Next Generation Showcase, we invite applications for “New Faces” from recent graduates new to our community. Also, we are interested in applications from performing artists who are newcomers to Canada, who are outside of our application criteria. Applicants must: Be graduating or have graduated from a full-time theatre training program within the last 3 years (and not participated previously in Next Generation Showcase); Currently reside, or plan to reside, in Ontario and are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada; Presently do not have an agent. Next Generation Showcase provides graduating theatre students the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of industry professionals, including casting directors, artistic directors, independent directors, producers, and agents. Learn more about Theatre Ontario’s New Faces at Next Generation Showcase
CALLING ALL ONTARIO COMMUNITIES! BftA is now accepting applications from Ontario communities to receive the artsVest program! Are the arts organizations in your community in need of capacity building training? Does the community need an economic boost? artsVest is in search of 3-5 Ontario communities to apply for and participate in artsVest for 2017. For more information on how to receive training and matching funds for your community’s arts organizations, visit our website.
CALL FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS: There are multiple ways to showcase your art work at Neilson Park Creative Centre, and we are accepting proposals of exhibition in our spaces in 2017! To learn more about our exhibition spaces, please check out our website.
Open Call for Public Art Selection Commitee Members. Are you interested in participating in a public art jury? Are you an experienced artist or art/design professional? The City’s Public Art Selection Committee needs you. Previous projects include: “Contemplating Child” by Ferruccio Sardella located in Community Common Park and “The Lifeline Project” by Michael Simon, Taline Jirian and Marisa Gallemit located on the oak trees along Hurontario at Burnhamthorpe Road West. Apply now.
Studio.89 is looking for volunteers who want to get some extra volunteer hours or give back to your community in a meaningful way? We’re always looking for more help! Click here to fill out an application & we’ll be in touch with you shortly
Studio.89 is always looking to host different workshops/events and are looking for a variety of local talent/volunteers to either host workshops or headline events. For more information please email Studio.89.