The Prince Rupert Community Arts Council awards grants to community cultural programs, as well as to post-secondary arts students. The number of grants awarded each year depends upon the amount and availability of the fund. These grants are made possible by funding from the City of Prince Rupert.
Community Member Group Grants
Assistance is available for PRCAC member groups offering local cultural services. Grant amount awarded each year depend upon available funds.
Deadline: The application deadline is June 30th, 2023.
Eligibility: To be eligible for this grant, the applicant group must be a current member of the Prince Rupert Community Arts Council.
To be considered in awarding a grant: • Applicants should clearly demonstrate how their organization promotes cultural programs. • Applicants should clearly outline their annual budget, including other sources of funding.
Applications: To apply for a grant, applicants must submit: • A completed Prince Rupert Community Arts Council Member Group grant application form (available below in word or pdf format).
The Prince Rupert Community Arts Council awards two $1000.00 scholarships to graduating students pursuing an education in the area of fine arts: dance, creative writing, music, drama or visual arts. Scholarships must be used within 24 months of graduation. The scholarship is paid out upon receipt of SECOND semester enrolment in the chosen program.
Eligible applicants must also provide a write a letter outlining aims and goals in the arts and list any past experience with the arts - either individually or in the community. As well, please include a reference from an art teacher, instructor, or mentor.
Note: Before any grants are given, applicants must provide proof of course registration.
Eligibility: To be eligible for this grant, the applicant must be a permanent resident of Prince Rupert, or demonstrate significant ties to the community. Students must be entering or continuing an accredited post-secondary arts-related program.
To be considered in awarding a grant: • Applicants should have a demonstrated ability in their particular field of study. • Applicants should demonstrate a willingness to share their skills with the community as a participant and/or volunteer in community activities. • Applicants should have applied and been accepted to a Fine Arts or arts-related program at a recognized post-secondary institution.
Applications: To apply for a grant, applicants must submit the following documents: • Letter of intent, stating their plan to study a career or avocation in a fine arts or arts-related field. • Application form (contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the most recent form) • Course transcript, if applicable Applications will be available at Charles Hays Secondary school.
Feel free to include any other supplemental documentation (pictures, samples of your work) that you feel may support your application.
Return completed applications to: Mail: Prince Rupert Community Arts Council Box 341, Prince Rupert BC V8J 3P9 Email: email@example.com
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