Program for: All
Purpose: The Aboriginal Curatorial Projects program provides grants up to $30,000 to assist independent Aboriginal curators or public art galleries, artist-run centres and other presenting organizations, working with Aboriginal curators, to undertake a visual, media arts or craft exhibition project that presents and documents the work of professional artists.
Eligibility: The program is open to applications from:
- Curators who self-identify as Aboriginal. The OAC’s definition of the term “Aboriginal” means Status and Non-Status, Métis and Inuit people
- Public art galleries, artist-run centres, festivals and other presenters
The Aboriginal Curatorial Projects program will fund visual, media art and craft exhibitions (and related publications) curated by Aboriginal curators, and taking place in an Ontario venue.
The program will support opportunities for Aboriginal curators to work with mentors to further develop capacities (including research, writing, design, administration, documentation) relating to curatorial practice.
Deadline Date: October 4, 2016
Grant notification letters will be mailed out four months after the application deadline.
Program Guidelines and Application Form
The following guidelines and application are for information only. Before making an application, please ensure you have the 2016 guidelines and application. Guidelines and application forms are available on the web at least three months before the deadline.
- Program Guidelines (print version)
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- Application (print version)
For more information
- Caroline Cotter, Program Administrator, 416-969-7455, toll free 1-800-387-0058 extension 7455, email@example.com.
- Anne Gardé Gravestock, Program Administrator, 416-969-7461, toll free 1-800-387-0058 extension 7461, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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