Digital & Media Arts


Vancouver Foundation - Downtown Eastside Small Arts Grants Program

Are you an artist living or working in the Downtown Eastside?

Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside is a hotbed of creativity, but many emerging artists in this neighbourhood lack the financial means to take their work to the next level.

Vancouver Foundation created the Downtown Eastside Small Arts Grants Program, in partnership with the Carnegie Community Centre, to provide downtown eastside emerging artists with small grants to support and showcase their work.


Winnipeg Arts Council

With a focus on artistic excellence and community impact, the Winnipeg Arts Council supports opportunities for the people of Winnipeg to engage with the arts as artists and as audiences. Responding to evolving practices and the needs of Winnipeg’s diverse artistic community, WAC invested $3,873,310 in 2017 into the thriving Winnipeg arts scene through our diverse and peer-assessed grant programs.

Grants for Artists

Individual Artist Grant Program

Individual Artist Grant Program for Winnipeg Artists working in all disciplines


Ontario Creates

Ontario Creates, an agency of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport is the central catalyst for the province’s cultural media cluster including book publishing, film and television, interactive digital media, magazine publishing and music industries.

Film Fund

Ontario Creates Film Fund is intended to increase the level of domestic feature film production in Ontario. It provides support to Ontario producers for feature film projects with development and production financing.


Yukon Media Development

Yukon Media Development financially supports the film industry through programs that assist Yukon film and video professionals develop viable careers and businesses making films and videos for broadcast or commercial release.

Funding Programs:

Yukon Filmmakers Fund

Up to $8,000/applicant is available to Yukon resident film and video professionals.

Yukon Film Training Fund


Calgary Arts Development

Calgary Arts Development supports and strengthens the arts to benefit all Calgarians.

As the city’s designated arts development authority, Calgary Arts Development supports and strengthens the arts to benefit all Calgarians. We invest and allocate municipal funding for the arts provided by The City of Calgary and leverage these funds to provide additional resources to the arts sector. Our programs support hundreds of arts organizations, individual artists, artist collectives, and ad hoc groups in Calgary.


Creative Saskatchewan

The Creative Saskatchewan Investment Fund grant programs are generally available to creative industry projects and endeavors that encompass music, sound recording, screen-based media, television, interactive digital media, visual arts, crafts, publishing, and live performing arts.


  • Publish A Book​
  • Attend a Market
  • Market a Book
  • Sharpen Business Skills
  • Undertake Industry Research



NWT Arts Council

The NWT Arts Council was established August 1985, as an advisory board to the GNWT. The mandate of the NWT Arts Council is to promote the arts in the Northwest Territories.

The Arts Council provides recommendations to the Minister of Education, Culture and Employment on financial awards for creative artistic projects in the visual, literary, media and performing arts, and on issues and policies associated with the arts and artists.


ArtsNL Grants

ArtsNL is a non-profit Crown agency created in 1980 by The Arts Council Act. Its mission is to foster and promote the creation and enjoyment of the arts for the benefit of all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians.

ArtsNL receives an annual grant from the Province to support a variety of granting programs, program delivery, office administration, and communications. It also seeks support from the public and private sector. It supports the following artistic disciplines: dance, film, multidiscipline, music, theatre, visual art, and writing.


Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec

Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec (CALQ) supports, throughout Québec, creation, experimentation, production and dissemination in the realms of the visual arts, the arts and crafts, literature, the performing arts, the multidisciplinary arts, cinema and video, the digital arts and architectural research. CALQ also seeks to broaden the influence of artists, writers, arts organizations and their works in Québec, Canada and abroad.