This support, available to applicants considered eligible, covers all or part of the expenses incurred to access the services necessary for the preparation and writing of the application, as well as for the creation of the scholarship use report.
Artists can receive up to $500, depending on the program and stream for which they are applying. In addition, a lump sum contribution of $150 is automatically paid to offset the costs associated with the production of the utilization report of the supported projects.
See the following link for more information.
The Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec has just released a video to demystify its scholarship program. This clip is for people who are considering applying to the CALQ this fall, but do not know which program is best for their project.
For more info, click here.
CALQ recently announced the extension of services offered by the Fonds de soutien psychosocial pour les artistes et aux travailleurs du milieu culturel.
It is important to remember that this fund offers eligible artists and cultural workers the opportunity to benefit from consultations with recognized professionals through a partnership with the Fondation des artistes. In addition, they have the opportunity to receive funding to cover a portion of the fees of their own therapists.
For all the details it’s here.
Once again this year, the Carmelle and Rémi-Marcoux Chair in Arts Management, in partnership with the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, is offering the Cultural Mentorship program to managers working in the arts and culture sector. The fundamental objective of this program is to allow participants to benefit from experience sharing through coaching provided by an experienced mentor.
You have until October 1 to register. For more information, please visit their website.