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The provincial heritage fair is an annual exhibition for students in Grades 5 to 9 to present their heritage projects. Students learn about a Canadian heritage topic that interests them and then present their work through displays, creative writing or performance. All participating students present...
The Prince Edward Island Art Bank collection was established in the early 1980s to support and encourage visual artists living in Prince Edward Island. The works of art for the collection represent the artistic diversity of Island visual artists and are acquired through purchase (when funding is...
The PEI Art Bank Collection is seeking members for the peer assessment jury for the 2018 art acquisition. If you are a member of the Island arts community and interested in serving on the acquisition jury, or want to nominate a community member, please complete the online form below by, February 20...
The Québec – Prince Edward Island Programme de coopération intergouvernemantale promotes the development of relationships between organizations and institutions in both provinces and focuses on 14 sectors with the priority given to the following areas: education, economy, youth, languages,...
Your non-profit organization may be eligible for up to, $2,500, to assist with activities that promote the culture and heritage of Prince Edward Island. Priority will be given to new initiatives fostering community partnerships. Applications will be received until, June 29 th, ., This is a...
Your non-profit organization may be eligible for up to, $2,500, to assist with costs to attract visitors to your festival or event. The amount of funding offered through the Community Cultural Festivals and Events Funding Program is based on the number of visitors you expect to attract. The...
Your non-profit organization may be eligible for financial assistance to develop or promote a unique and innovative cultural tourism product that will attract Francophone visitors (e.g. service, festival or cultural experience). Applications will be received until, June 29th, ., Are we eligible...
If you own a, designated heritage property, outside Charlottetown or Summerside, you may be eligible for assistance for some of the approved costs to conserve the building. Contact the municipal planning office directly, if your property is located in Charlottetown or Summerside., Am I eligible to...
The three types of heritage recognition for historic properties in PEI are based on level of significance:, National Historic Site, – a property deemed significant on a national level and recognized by Government of Canada., Provincial Heritage Place, – a site or structure that exhibits provincial...