MAC’s 2024-2026 Accessibility Plan

We’re pleased to share with you MAC’s Accessibility Plan for 2024 to 2026. This document shares MAC’s accessibility goals for the next two years, our Accessibility Standards, and our commitment to serving all Manitobans regardless of ability or disability.

Alyssa Bornn | 2024 Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency

Photo: Alyssa Bornn, “Mary’s Hand Towel,” 2023. Altered composite flatbed scan. 44 x 70″. The Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency gives Manitoban artists time to focus on their work in the beautiful natural setting of Riding Mountain National Park. The next artist-in-residence for 2024 is Alyssa Bornn. Ahead of her time in the historic Deep Bay Cabin,Read More

What’s New at MAC | Summer 2024

We’ve made changes to several of our grants: Create: We’ve created a new grant type for mid-career artists and arts groups with a maximum grant amount of $10,000! The new winter deadline to apply is March 20. Learn – Travel/Professional Development: Starting in September 2024, deadlines for Travel/PD grant applications will occur every two months.Read More

Jennine Krauchi | 2024 Manitoba Arts Award of Distinction

The Manitoba Arts Council is pleased to announce that Jennine Krauchi is the winner of the 2024 Manitoba Arts Award of Distinction. This $30,000 prize is awarded annually to a professional artist or arts/cultural professional in recognition of the highest level of artistic excellence and contribution to the development of the arts in Manitoba. JennineRead More

2022-2023 Statistical Overview

During the 2022-2023 fiscal year, the Manitoba Arts Council reviewed 1191 grant applications, down from 1671 in 2021-2022. Half of the applications (50 per cent) were successful. The total requested amount was $18.03 million, and $11.1 million was awarded. The decrease in the number of applications in this year compared to last year is directlyRead More