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Arts Awards Programs

The Arts Program delivers funding in two Program areas:
Aboriginal Arts Development Awards and the Indigenous Music Initiative

We are now accepting applications for the 2019 program year.
Deadline for all grants: Wednesday, October 31, 2018. 
Canada Post strike action - for information on submitting your application click here.

Click on each program title below to download the application form and guidelines and to view 2017 recipient list for each program.
 
The First Peoples' Cultural Council offers arts funding through the Aboriginal Arts Development Awards in four categories:
The First Peoples' Cultural Council offers arts funding through the Aboriginal Youth Engaged in the Arts in one category:

Please note: For the purposes of this program, the term “Aboriginal artists” includes status, non-status, Métis and/or Inuit 

The First Peoples' Cultural Council offers music industry funding through the Indigenous Music Initiative in two categories:

Visit the Indigenous Music Initiative page here

Click here to view the Grant Writing Handbook
Confirmation of Participation Letter Template [PDF]

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Aboriginal Arts Development Awards Final Reports

Final Reports
Aboriginal Arts Development Awards (AADA) and Aboriginal Youth Engaged in the Arts (AYEA) recipients are required to submit interim and final reports for their projects. This reporting assists First Peoples’ Cultural Council in its ongoing efforts to demonstrate the value and relevance of the AADA program. You will not be eligible to apply to our programs until the Final Report is submitted.

AADA Individual Final Report:  [Word]    [PDF]  
AADA Sharing Traditional Arts Final Report:  [Word]    [PDF]  
AADA Organizations and Collectives Final Report:   [Word]     [PDF]   
AADA Arts Administration Internship Final Report:     [Word]    [PDF]   
Aboriginal Youth Engaged in the Arts Final Report     [Word]    [PDF]   

Interim Reports

AADA Interim Report:  [Word]    [PDF]   
AYEA Interim Report:  [Word]    [PDF]   

For more information about FPCC Arts Programs, please contact: 

Indigenous Music Initiative: Sarah Pocklington sarah@fpcc.ca
Individual Artists and Aboriginal Youth Engaged in the Arts: Nikki Thomas nikki@fpcc.ca
Arts Organizations & Collectives, Sharing Traditional Arts Across Generations and Arts Administrator Internships: Angela Marston angela@fpcc.ca

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