Digital & Media Arts


Manitoba Arts Council - Residencies

The Residencies program supports creation or research-based residency opportunities for professional artists in all disciplines. Applicants may apply for travel to have time and space in the Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency, the Churchill Artists’ Residency, or a residency opportunity of the artists’ choosing.


Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency: November 1
Churchill Artists’ Residency: November 1
Self-determined residencies: March 10 and November 1



RBC Emerging Artists Project

A Long-Standing Priority of Investment in the Arts

The RBC® Emerging Artists Project supports organizations that provide the best opportunity to advance an artist’s career trajectory in genres such as visual arts, music, theatre, performance, literature and film. Every year the RBC Foundation donates millions of dollars to hundreds of arts organizations globally to help emerging artists become established.


RBC $10,000 Emerging Filmmaker Pitch Competition

The Gimli Film Festival is pleased to present the 8th Annual RBC® $10,000 Emerging Filmmaker Pitch Competition for 2019.

Are you an emerging filmmaker? Are you in relentless pursuit to bring your short film to life and share it with the world? Are you over the age of 18 and a resident of Manitoba? Are you prepared to complete your 3-5 minute short film in one year’s time for a premiere screening at the 20th edition of the Gimli Film Festival in 2020?  If yes, we want you!


Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity

Founded in 1933, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity is a learning organization built upon an extraordinary legacy of excellence in artistic and creative development. What started as a single course in drama has grown to become the global organization leading in arts, culture, and creativity across dozens of disciplines. From our home in the stunning Canadian Rocky Mountains, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity aims to inspire everyone who attends our campus – artists, leaders, and thinkers – to unleash their creative potential.


Canadian Heritage

Canadian Heritage and its portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Arts, culture and heritage represent $53.8 billion in the Canadian economy and more than 650,000 jobs in sectors such as film and video, broadcasting, music, publishing, archives, performing arts, heritage institutions, festivals and celebrations.

Apply to one of a myriad of funding programs that support culture, history, heritage, sport and official languages in Canada.


Saskatchewan Arts Board - Artists in Schools

Artists in Schools offers schools a chance to enhance arts-related activities that are linked to educational outcomes through partnerships with professional artists. The aim of the program is to expand access to meaningful artistic activities, increase student engagement in learning, cultivate cross-disciplinary learning skills and attitudes, and foster a lifelong interest in the arts.


British Columbia Arts Council - Co-op Placements

The Co-op Placements program assists arts and cultural organizations to hire students for professional work experience through co-op placement and work-integrated learning programs.

In order to be eligible, applicant organizations must:

  • Be an arts organization, museum, book publisher or Indigenous cultural centre that has received at least one grant since April 1, 2014 through BC Arts Council operating or discipline-specific project programs;





Are you an artist or creative between the ages of 18-29? ArtWorksTO is a capacity building and professional development project for youth arts entrepreneurs, in partnership with the City of Toronto – Toronto Youth Equity Strategy (TYES).

Youth submit proposals to create dynamic and original communication materials. These materials are intended to promote key City programs which serve youth needs and highlight best practices in youth-led collaborative initiatives.




ArtReach is an organization designed to support community-based arts initiatives that engage youth from under served populations who have experienced exclusion in Toronto.

​A guiding principle of ArtReach is that funding needs to be accessible to youth directly, and should empower youth by placing ownership of projects in their own hands. ArtReach encourages youth to take the lead in defining what art means to them, and what resources they need to achieve their goals.


PhotoED Magazine

PhotoED Magazine is designed to promote inspiration and education in Canadian photography.

We print three issues/ year, SPRING, FALL and WINTER sharing exclusively CANADIAN photo-based stories. We encourage students of ALL levels of photographic ability to submit their work for publication + offer educators significantly discounted class set + library subscriptions. Connect with the editor: