Digital & Media Arts


Kamloops Arts Council - Grants and Scholarships

The Kamloops Arts Council is all about supporting the arts community. With that in mind, we offer grants and scholarships to local artists, arts groups and arts students. Funds are subject to availability.

KAC Grants

Grants to a maximum of $1,000 may be awarded to artists and arts groups twice each year. You must be a KAC member to apply.

Julia Appley-Mitra Scholarship

Due May 31 annually.


Alberta Arts Graduate Scholarship

Arts Graduate Scholarship

The Arts Graduate Scholarship encourages and recognizes Alberta students who have demonstrated outstanding abilities in the arts to pursue graduate studies. This scholarship is funded by the Alberta Heritage Scholarship Fund.


Seven awards of $15,000 each

Eligibility Criteria:

Applicants must:


Burlington Arts and Culture Fund

The City of Burlington's Arts and Culture Fund (BACF) provides grants to local artists, multicultural groups and arts and cultural organizations to foster creativity and enrich how Burlington residents experience and engage with arts and culture. The program recognizes and supports diverse identities, perspectives, languages, cultures and artistic practices. The 2019 BACF application is now closed.


Yukon Government Arts Funding

Yukon Government recognizes Community Arts that foster a broad level of participation and are a valuable source for personal and community development, education, and recreational enjoyment; Professional Arts that create and present artistic experiences for local and national audiences; and, Cultural Industries that have potential to create jobs for Yukoners in creative and supporting industries.

All programs recognize the significance of First Nation traditional arts: carving, sewing, traditional garments, beading, moose hair tufting, quillwork, etc.


Government of PEI - Arts Grants

The mandate of the PEI Arts Grants is to support, assist, encourage and represent the arts community in the province. Funding is available to Prince Edward Island artists through a juried grant application process.

The requirements are different for each  Arts Grant stream. Your application will be reviewed by your peers and funding will be allocated based on the quality of your application. You must complete a separate application for each grant. 

What type of funding is available?

Creation Grant


London Arts Council - Community Arts Investment Program

Community Arts Investment Program (CAIP)

Encouraging public awareness and appreciation of the arts, increasing access to quality local arts programming, and enhancing London's desirability as a community.

General Information

Administered by the London Arts Council and funded by the City of London, the Community Arts Investment Program has supported a range of artistic disciplines, including film and multimedia arts, literature, music, performing arts (such as dance and theatre), and visual arts. CAIP provides the following:


Region of Waterloo Arts Fund

The Region of Waterloo Arts Fund is a not-for-profit corporation established by the Regional Municipality of Waterloo. The Arts Fund was created to operate at arm's length from the Regional Municipality which provides an annual per capita allocation to grant funding for the performing, visual and literary arts. 

The Arts Fund's aim is to make the process of applying for funds as straightforward as possible, and to provide meaningful grants.