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Formation – Navigating Quebec’s Provincial Arts Funding System

13h00 à 15h00

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Want to know what grants are available to artists in Quebec? Ready to make your first application but not sure how to get started? This is the workshop for you! Finding resources in English for navigating provincial arts funding in Quebec can be a challenge. This free workshop can help!
ELAN & ArtVolt Members exclusive event. (It is Free/PWYC to become an ELAN member – more details below).
ELAN Members click here to register: https://forms.gle/XFGGRF3buLzKsMau5
Students and recent alumni of Concordia University’s Faculty of Fine Arts, to register, please email your name, program/department and year of graduation to artvolt@concordia.ca.
Deadline to register: Wednesday November 10, 2021 12PM EST
In this one-hour presentation and Q&A led by Nick Maturo, manager of ELAN’s Québec Relations project, we’ll cover the basics of arts funding in Quebec and highlight the resources ELAN offers to take the stress and confusion out of the process. From ELAN’s searchable online funding database and one-on-one consultations to match you with the grants that are right for you, to the free referrals for grant assistance to help you apply with confidence, Québec Relations has everything you need to navigate the provincial arts funding system. Join us to learn more!
About Québec Relations Project:
Since its launch in 2018, ELAN’s Québec Relations project has sought to better understand the needs and experiences of the English-speaking arts community and to develop resources that facilitate artists’ access to funding in Quebec through hands-on support and guidance. For more information, please consult our project webpage or contact us directly at research@quebec-elan.org. Québec Relations is funded by the Secretariat for Relations with English-speaking Quebecers.
About Nick Maturo
Nick Maturo currently serves as an ELAN project manager for Québec Relations, having originally joined the team in 2019. Nick also holds an M.A. in Communications Studies from McGill University and a B.F.A. in Electroacoustic Studies from Concordia University. His ongoing research considers musician labour and the role of institutions within the rapidly evolving field of online music distribution. As an artist, Nick has been active in Montréal’s experimental music community for over ten years and has performed at the Suoni Per Il Popolo and MUTEK festivals.
ELAN Membership is Pay-What-You-Can. If you would like to learn more about becoming an ELAN member, you can visit our membership page here (https://www.quebec-elan.org/membership/) or email membership@quebec-elan.org.