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Creating jobs for Islanders -, A new five-year plan will help enrich Prince Edward Island’s cultural life and share it across Canada and around the world., Cultivating Growth – A Five Year Action Plan for Culture and Creative Industries, will bring together our cultural and creative industries to...
Artists from across Prince Edward Island continue to enrich the province’s cultural life with the help of provincial government grants. Another $50,000 has been awarded in fall 2017 to 17 projects by established and emerging artists in film and media arts, music, theatre, crafts, visual arts,...
The PEI Arts grant program is designed to support the development of artistic practice through a competitive award system. The process for assessment was modelled after the best practice of using peer juries to select successful projects and award funding amounts.
Students from across Prince Edward Island presented projects about their community, history, and culture last week at the Provincial Heritage Fair. More than 180 students in grades 5 through 9 – from 22 schools – participated in this year’s fair, May 4 at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. The...
Anyone who has visited Charlottetown is likely familiar with the work of sculptor Ahmon Katz. The Three Leaves sculpture, which stands prominently at the entrance to the city by the Charlottetown Events Centre, and the Great Blue Heron on the corner of Queen and Water Street in Charlottetown are a...
2017 Cultural Tourism Festivals & Events Funding Program Application
Project Budget for Culture Funding 2017
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,...
New capital investments will help maintain and modernize the Beaconsfield Historic Site and the Provincial Artifacts Collections Facility. The provincial and federal governments are collaborating to preserve these important historical and cultural spaces. The Government of Prince Edward Island will...
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...