Career Development Grant

The Career Development Grant provides funding assistance (up to $4,000) for individual heritage practitioners. Applications now open through rolling intake for 2022.

SXSW

SXSW 2023 Applications Open June 28: This is your chance to be a part of one of the most diverse, collaborative, and inventive communities in the world. Learn more.

Artist Manager Program Funding

Artist Manager Program Funding: up to 100% of eligible expenses that are directly related to carrying out your professional development. Deadlines: September 1, 2022.

Original Peoples Investment Program

Original Peoples Investment Program: Total funding available for this program is $650,000. Full guidelines will be available by August 2022.

Project Accelerator Grant

Project Accelerator Grant grants provide funding support (up to $10,000) to individuals and organizations undertaking small-scale heritage projects that tell Edmonton stories. Deadline: September 2, 2022. 

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5020 50 Avenue
PO Box 250
Mirror, AB  T0B 3C0
P: 403-788-2212

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Communities Served

Alder Flats, Alix, Ardley, Argentia Beach, Aspen Beach, Bashaw, Bawlf, Bentley, Big Valley, Birchcliff, Blackfalds, Bluffton, Botha, Buck Lake, Byemoor, Castor, Clive, Crestomere, Crystal Springs, Delburne, Donalda, Dorenlee, Duhamel, Edberg, Elnora, Endiang, Erskine, Falun, Fenn, Ferintosh, Fleet, Gadsby, Grandview, Gull Lake, Gwynne, Half Moon Bay, Halkirk, Haynes, Hoadley, Joffre, Kelsey, Lacombe, Leedale, Lousana, Ma-Me-O Beach, Maskwacis, Meeting Creek, Millet, Mirror, Morningside, Mulhurst, Nevis, New Norway, Norris Beach, Parkland Beach, Pelican Point, Pine Lake, Pipestone, Ponoka, Poplar Bay, Red Willow, Rimbey, Rochon, Sands, Rosalind, Silver Beach, Stettler, Sunbreaker Cove, Tees, Westerose, Wetaskiwin, White Sands, and Winfield