Arts and Daily Life: Blog

Indigenous Arts Grants: Virtual Info Session – March 23

Calling all Indigenous artists and Knowledge Keepers living in Manitoba! We’re hosting a virtual info session to talk about granting opportunities for Indigenous artists through the Manitoba Arts Council – including our new Indigenous 360 microgrants. When: March 23, 2023 from 12 to 1 p.m. Where: Zoom Webinar Presenter: Tracey Longbottom, Indigenous 360 Program Consultant,Read More

Job Posting: Director of Granting

About Us: The Manitoba Arts Council (MAC) is an arms-length agency of the Province of Manitoba, established in 1965 “to promote the study, enjoyment, production and performance of works in the arts.” MAC grants approximately $11 million annually to Manitoba arts/cultural organizations and individuals. Position Summary: As a member of the Management team, the Director of GrantingRead More

All About Arts Grants with Canada Council for the Arts – Jan. 19

Join us for a free information with the Manitoba Arts Council (MAC) in partnership with Canada Council for the Arts. When: Thursday, January 19, 2023 from 12 to 1 p.m. Where: *UPDATE* Dave Barber Cinematheque, 100 Arthur St., Winnipeg Who is this for: Individual artists, arts/cultural professionals, and Indigenous Knowledge Keepers Presenters: Cheryl Miki, BilingualRead More

All about Arts Grants for Francophone Organizations – Jan. 26

Calling all Francophone arts organizations! Join us for a free information session with the Manitoba Arts Council  in partnership with Canada Council for the Arts. When: Thursday, January 26th, 2023 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. CT Where: Zoom Who is this for:  Francophone arts organizations Presenters: Cheryl Miki, Bilingual Program Consultant, Manitoba Arts CouncilRead More

What’s New at MAC | December 2022

We’ve made a few changes to some of our arts grants: Recognize – Prizes: The Manitoba Arts Award of Distinction will now be awarded annually! The four Prizes in the Arts, which were celebrated on “odd” years, will be discontinued for the foreseeable future. The deadline to nominate an artist, Indigenous Knowledge Keeper, or arts/culturalRead More