The following information is excerpted from a call issued by the City of Vancouver.
The City of Vancouver provides grants up to $20,000 to support small-scale public art projects produced by Vancouver-based organizations working with practicing artists and communities.
Public art projects should contribute to the discourse, practice or art form. All projects must be a one-time, single creative project or time-limited series. Projects involving emerging artists and diverse cultures are encouraged to apply.
This is an opportunity for artists, arts organizations, communities, and local non-profit societies to develop collaborative partnerships and strengthen artistic and community outcomes for public art projects.
This program is open to Vancouver-based, non-profit organizations, community service co-ops, registered charities, and First Nations Band Councils. Both arts-based and non-arts-based organizations are eligible to apply.
Non-arts-based organizations must partner with arts-based organizations or professional artists.
Arts-based organizations are strongly encouraged to partner with neighbourhood-based groups or artists whose practice incorporates community. Arts-based organizations currently receiving other City arts and cultural grant funding may be eligible to apply.
How to Apply
- Read the Public Art Community Grants Information Guide (PDF).
- Contact Cultural Services to discuss eligiblity and receive access to the application.
Marcia Belluce, Cultural Planner
Cultural Services, City of Vancouver
- Submit your Application
After contacting Cultural Services, eligible applicants that meet the project criteria can proceed to submitting their application.
The application deadline is Wednesday, November 8, 2017.
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