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Join Ontario Arts Council’s Arts Education Officer, Nas Khan, in an information session on grant-writing on August 26 from 1:30-3:00 p.m.
This session will provide:
-An overview OAC’s granting programs
-A how on applying for all programs with specifics for the Artists in Communities and Schools Projects Program
-OAC’s online granting system
-How to create a profile
-Helpful tips in applying
-Time for Questions
This session is open to anyone hoping to apply to any of OAC’s project programs.
To Register and Accessibility Needs
To register, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your food restrictions and whether you need a laptop or you will be bringing your own.
Huntsville Public Library is a physically accessible space. If you have any accommodation or accessibility needs, please contact Nas Khan by August 23, 2017.
Learn about OAC’s new Artists in Communities and Schools Projects program
The Artists in Communities and Schools Projects program supports the research, development and realization of arts projects in communities and schools. Activities involve professional Ontario artists and community members working together to develop and design a creative experience. These experiences may include co-creation. Skill building is a core component of projects.
Watch a pre-recorded webcast for a better understanding of the Artists in Communities and Schools Projects program.
There are four deadlines for the program in 2017. The first two deadlines have passed. The next deadline to apply is September 14, 2017. Upcoming deadlines:
Please apply to an upcoming deadline that best suits your project schedule. Applications can be accessed online two months before the deadline.
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