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The PEI Arts grant program is designed to support the development of artistic practice through a competitive award system. The process for assessment was modeled after the best practice of using peer juries to select successful projects and award funding amounts.
Creating jobs for Islanders, Prince Edward Island accountant Emma Fugate was excited when she learned that government will invest $3.5 million to grow the Island's cultural sector over the next five years. The Island film industry is one of the sectors that will benefit. When a movie is shot...
Cultivating Growth, : A Five-Year Action Plan for Culture and Creative Industries of PEI
The Government of Prince Edward Island has developed , Cultivating Growth,, a five-year action plan for cultural initiatives and creative industries to increase both the economic and social well-being of Islanders through strategic investments. Download, Cultivating Growth:, A Five-Year Action Plan...
Creating jobs for Islanders -, A former potato chip plant is creating new market opportunities and lucrative new crops for the farmers of Prince Edward Island. Earlier this year, New Leaf Essentials East took over facilities in Slemon Park previously used by Small Fry and Humpty Dumpty to produce...
Playwright Linda Wigmore says receiving an arts grant gave her an extra boost to make her project come to life. Hers was among the $50,000 in total grant funding given to 13 established and emerging Prince Edward Island artists in the spring round of arts grants; the final list is now available at...
This budget can be used for the Creation Grant Application, Professional Development Grant Application and the Dissemination Grant Application.
PEI Arts Grants provides support to encourage the development of the arts community in the province. Funding is available to Prince Edward Island artists through a juried grant application process. The requirements are different for each Arts Grant stream . Your application will be reviewed by...
China now ranks as Prince Edward Island’s second-largest export market, at approximately $43 million each year. The top Island exports (each year) to China include: • lobster – $40 million (live, frozen, prepared); • parts of gas turbines – $1 million; • frozen potato products – $600,000; •...
Now that Prince Edward Island native Chris Chivilo is a successful pulse processor and trader out west with his company WA Grain Holdings Inc., he wants to do the same in his home province. The Charlottetown Rural High School graduate has created New Leaf Essentials East, an Island-based subsidiary...