Call For Proposals - Artillery Place Street Mural
Project Budget: $10,000
Deadline for Submission: June 28, 2021
The Halifax Regional Municipality is seeking street mural proposals for the temporary reclaimed space at the intersection of Artillery Place and Queen Street in Halifax.
Please review the details of application here: Artillery Place Street Mural
Call for Artists - African Nova Scotian Interpretive Panel
The Halifax Regional Municipality is looking for an artist from the African Nova Scotian community to assist in the development of an interpretive panel on the corner of Gottingen and Falkland Streets, formerly known as Squiggle Park.
Thank you to those who participated in our information session held on Wednesday, June 30, 2021. For those who were unable to attend and are interested in learning more, please view the recorded session.
NEW! - Deadline for submissions has been extended to July 13, 2021, before 12 p.m.
Please review the details of the application here: African Nova Scotian Interpretive Panel
For information regarding the program, please contact Kate Moon, Community Developer at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2021-2022 Grants to Professional Arts Organizations Program
Grants to Professional Arts Organizations Program is closed for 2021/2022. The program has two funding streams, project assistance and operating assistance, and funds registered not-for-profit organizations that support professional arts activities within the Halifax Regional Municipality.
For information regarding the program please review the Administrative Order or contact the program officer at email@example.com.
Operating Assistance: CLOSED
Project Assistance: CLOSED
Administrative Order 2014-007-ADM: Respecting Grants to Professional Arts Organizations
Peer evaluators needed
Halifax Regional Municipality is seeking peer evaluators of the Municipality’s Grants to Professional Arts Organizations Program.
Eligible applicants will be added to a standing roster of prospective jurors. Members will be selected from this roster annually and invited to perform assessment of applications to the Grant Program.
Reviewers will be paid a fee of $150.00 for attending one in-person meeting (est. 6-7 hours). Reviewers will be paid a $100.00 reading fee for the review of 39 applications or less. Reviewers will be paid a fee of $150 for the review of 40 or more applications.
Interested residents of the Halifax Regional Municipality wishing to be added to the active roster should submit the following:
- A CV outlining the applicant’s relevant professional, academic, community and associated experience.
- Current contact information including:
- Mailing address
- Phone Number(s)
- Email Address
- (Optional) Applicants may also wish to include a brief introductory cover letter describing the applicant’s expertise and/or role within the local arts community (250 words maximum).
Submissions must be received via email at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants are asked to enter ‘Peer Jury Registry’ in the subject heading.
Questions regarding this process may be directed to:
Community Developer, Culture & Events
Professional Arts Grant Program 2019-2020 Award Recipients
2019-2020 Award Recipients, Operating Assistance and Project Assistance
Parks & Recreation maintains an email-based distribution list where groups can post their upcoming activities and events, the latest cultural news and all that is culture-related in the region. Municipal cultural opportunities are also disseminated via this platform, in addition to several others.
To register for the listserv, send an email to the Culture and Events Office.