Vancouver 2016 Cultural Infrastructure Grant Review

 
 

Since 2009, through the City of Vancouver's Cultural Infrastructure Grant program, the Cultural Services department has provided 173 organizations with $6.3M in funding to secure and improve arts and culture spaces in Vancouver.

Vancouver-based arts and culture non-profit organizations are invited to provide feedback on the Cultural Infrastructure Grant program and offer suggestions for improvement. 

  • Have you applied for and received a CIG grant?
  • Have you applied for and not received a CIG grant?
  • Have you never applied to the CIG program?

The 2016 CIG Review will explore how this grant program can be improved to better meet the needs of Vancouver’s arts and culture community. Recommendations for changes and improvements to the program will be presented to Vancouver City Council in July. Approved changes will be implemented in 2017.

Take the Survey

Tell Cultural Services what you think about the program and how they can do it better using the online survey link here: http://ow.ly/XEZ8S

Survey Deadline

Provide your input by the February 15, 2016 deadline. 

More Information

The annual Cultural Infrastructure Grant (CIG) provides funding to help Vancouver-based non-profit arts and culture organizations plan for, purchase, build, renovate, or expand cultural facilities. Learn more about the program at http://ow.ly/XllNE.

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