Sa peinture a évolué en fonction de sa vie, de ses drames, de ses rencontres et de ses amours. OAC has established a funding program dedicated to Deaf artists and artists with disabilities The program supports the creation and production of new work, and professional development through grants of up to $10,000. Pro Helvetia supports aspiring artists primarily via partnerships with recognised institutions in Switzerland and abroad. In 2015-16, the Ontario Arts Council funded 1,676 individual artists and 1,125 organizations in 209 communities across Ontario for a total of $50.5 million. Joyce supports capacity and infrastructure building of small to mid-size arts organizations set in communities of color. The cultural centres present Swiss arts in international hubs of cultural life.
For more than 50 years, the Ontario Arts Council (OAC) has played a vital role in promoting and assisting the development of the arts for the enjoyment and benefit of Ontarians. Equally, every year, new and exciting arts projects are established and look to RTÉ to help with getting the word out. Flagstaff is rich in the arts and sciences, and the Flagstaff Arts Council is at the center of it all. The Project Plan provides the scope, timeline and budget to completing the Arts and Culture Master Plan. NEW: The AFA 25th Anniversary Commemorative Art Projects are a one-time funding opportunity to create a legacy artwork, performance, or composition that reflects the evolution of Alberta’s arts community over the past 25 years. More than 80 per cent of the projects announced today are by small-to-medium arts organisations, with half of the activity occurring in regional and remote communities.
The Ride for the Arts raises money for 15 UPAF Member Groups” so that they can deliver the best in music, dance and theater and make our region distinct. The City is developing an Arts and Culture Master Plan as a framework for the City’s future vision, policy and action plan for arts and culture. The Art Council supports exhibitions and performances of Swiss artists at renowned art institutions in Switzerland or internationally reputed art institutions abroad.
An assessment committee made up of OAC staff from the visual arts and craft office,the Deaf and Disability Arts & Access committee as well as artists or arts professionals from the disability arts sector reviews applications and makes recommendations on an ongoing basis.
The projects include single and multi-year activities across the visual arts, screen based art, music, digital arts, dance and physical theatre, performing arts, cross-disciplinary art forms, community arts as well as arts support and development projects.