The Ontario Arts Council (OAC) is deeply committed to ensuring that all Ontarians have access to the arts and that our programs are open to Deaf artists and artists with disabilities. Mitch was first appointed as the Minister for Communications and Minister for the Arts on 21 September 2015, and reappointed on 19 July 2016. On the Move and the Asia Europe Foundation provide a series of ‘ Mobility Funding Guides ‘ for artists and arts professionals on their website.
The Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support (IVAIS) program supports a professional, viable and ethical Indigenous visual arts industry with strong participation by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. With initiatives of our own we take up topical developments in the arts scene and lay the foundations of new networks for Swiss cultural practitioners at home and abroad.
Rat für Formgebung (German Design Council) is a foundation which organises exhibitions, conferences, design prizes and publications and supports emerging designers. Starting as of 1 September 2016, Pro Helvetia is providing work grants in the field of visual arts (incl.
On the Move and the Asia Europe Foundation provide a host of ‘ Mobility Funding Guides ‘ for artists and arts professionals in all EU countries on their website. Through residencies, fellowships and the Joyce Awards, the Joyce Foundation supports commissioning new works by artists of color. More than 3,000 classroom visits from arts educators help bring the arts to life for thousands of local students and help teachers reinforce school curriculums. Beyond Bank is seeking partnerships within the arts sector to enrich and support this important community.
It is responsible for developing, sustaining and promoting the arts through the distribution of public money from central government and revenue generated by the National Lottery. Since opening in September 2015, 63 applications have been funded for a total of $2 018 014, investing in vibrant arts and cultural projects across the state. Throughout Flagstaff we serve the larger arts and sciences community with grant funding, promotional support, advocacy and community-wide initiatives and programming.