Support for Indigenous Presenters in the North: Music Projects is now provided through the Indigenous Arts Projects program.
The program supports northern Ontario Indigenous presenters to produce music events in or around their communities.
The program’s priorities are to:
Important: Due to the number of applications received and the limited funds available, grants awarded may be smaller than the amount requested.
Read the Guide to OAC Project Programs for more eligibility information.
Note: Contracted artists can be from anywhere and of any cultural background. They may be local talent, professional touring musicians or a combination of both.
The activities for which you are requesting funding:
If you receive a grant you must submit a final report upon completion of the project. See Terms and Conditions — receipt of OAC project grant funds for more information on reporting obligations. Complete and submit the report in Nova.
Final reports for this program require grant recipients to provide:
Complete and submit an application in Nova, OAC’s online grant application system. You will be able to do this approximately two months before the deadline.
Before applying, you must:
Your application includes:
Complete instructions and requirements are in the application in Nova.
For information on how assessors rate applications see the Evaluation Rubric.
For help creating a profile or submitting an application in Nova, see the Nova User Guide.
Indigenous: individuals who identify as status or non-status First Nations, Métis or Inuit.
Music Presenter: for the purposes of this program, music presenters are defined as individuals, collectives or organizations that:
Northern Ontario: includes the Far North, Northwest, and Northeast regions of the province. This includes the Manitoulin, Parry Sound and Nipissing districts and all regions north of these districts.