Photo: Tangled Lights by Mélanie Rocan (@melanierocan), 2021. Acrylic and oil on canvas. 37.5 x 31 inches. Happy Holidays from the Manitoba Arts Council! 🌟 Our office will be closed from Friday, December 23 at 12:30 and reopen on Tuesday, January 3. See you in the new year!
During the 2021-2022 fiscal year, the Manitoba Arts Council reviewed 1671 grant applications, up from 1139 in 2020-2021. Well over half of the applications (66 per cent) were successful. The total requested amount was $29.9 million, and $22.3 million was awarded. This overview presents: A break down of grants made by applicant type, granting program,Read More
The MAC office will be closed on Monday, September 19 to observe the federal holiday. We will reopen on Tuesday the 20th.
The Manitoba Government has announced the new Arts, Culture and Sport in Community (ACSC) Fund, which will provide grants to local arts, culture, and sport organizations. Distributed over three years, up to $100 million in funding will support three programs: Large Capital Projects Small Capital Projects and Special Initiatives Community Celebrations These programs will allowRead More
The Manitoba Arts Council is pleased to announce that Daina Warren is the winner of the 2022 Manitoba Arts Award of Distinction. This $30,000 prize is awarded every two years 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 inRead More
You can now search for awarded grants and prizes through the Manitoba Arts Council’s new interactive Grant Results Table. Using this new feature, you can display all grants that were awarded to a specific recipient (an individual, a group, or an organization). You can also filter your search to find all awards under a specificRead More
By Alan Small, published February 2, 2022 News of a $6 million injection into Manitoba’s pandemic-battered arts and culture sector and eased indoor-venue capacity restrictions next week earned rave reviews Wednesday from the leaders of several of the suffering organizations.
Photo: From Our Windows, 031 by David Firman. 2021, 8.8w x 10.7h, Polaroid SX-70 Integral Film. Happy Holidays from the Manitoba Arts Council! Staff will be away from the office from Friday, December 24 at 12:30 p.m. until Tuesday, January 4 at 8:30 a.m. See you in the new year!
The Manitoba government is investing $6 million for the creation of new Arts and Culture Sustainability Funds to provide financial support for Manitoba’s art and culture sector, which has been significantly impacted throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Premier Brian Pallister announced today. “This funding is very welcome news for the arts and cultural sector,” said RandyRead More
December 18, 2019 Manitoba Revitalizes Funding Model for Manitoba Arts Council – Government of Manitoba