This info session was held on March 23, 2023. Watch a recording of the webinar on YouTube: 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: MarchRead More
This fall, the Manitoba Arts Council celebrates 3 years since the launch of our Online Application System. Since 2018, grant applicants, peer assessors, and nominators have been accessing MAC’s services through a sleek system that has remained nameless… Until now! We’re pleased to introduce you to “Manipogo,” the new name of MAC’s Online Application System.Read More
Join MAC and the Canada Council for the Arts to learn more about our Indigenous-focused grants. When: August 17, 2021 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. CDT Where: Zoom Webinar Presenters: Tracey Longbottom, Program Consultant, Manitoba Arts Council J.L. Watson, Program Officer, Canada Council for the Arts MAC’s Indigenous 360 grant programs and CCA’s Creating,Read More
We’re hosting a virtual speaker series and info session for our new Arts Leader programs! When: Tuesday, January 19 at 7:00 p.m. Where: Zoom ID: 873 6759 1661 Password: 536808 Our first speaker is arts professional Alan Greyeyes. Among his many accomplishments, Alan established the sākihiwē festival with the goal of making the artsRead More
March 12, 2019 1st review of Manitoba’s arts, culture ..
The Manitoba Arts Council is proud to announce that we have launched the Indigenous 360, Supporting Indigenous artists and communities to create, share, and learn. The application deadline for Indigenous 360 is November 29th, 2018. In celebration of this new initiative, we will be highlighting MAC funded Indigenous artists and artistic initiatives. The Manitoba ArtsRead More
Drop in to the Manitoba Arts Council office every Wednesday in October from 12 to 1 pm. Meet with MAC staff to ask all your questions about the new Online Application System and granting programs. These workshops are intended to be informal. The topics we cover will depend on who shows up and the questionsRead More
August 26, 2018 Royal Winnipeg Ballet School seeks next generation of professional dancers – The Suburban