Canada Arts Presentation Fund - Overview
The Canada Arts Presentation Fund (CAPF) provides financial assistance to organizations that professionally present arts festivals or performing arts series (arts presenters) and organizations that offer support to arts presenters.
Through the CAPF, Canadians have access to a variety of professional artistic experiences in their communities. Each year, the CAPF supports approximately 600 professional arts festivals and performing arts series, as well as other activities related to art presentation, in more than 250 cities or communities across Canada.
The CAPF has two main components – Programming and Development. The CAPF Programming component has two streams: Professional Arts Festivals and Performing Arts Series Presenters; and Presenter Support Organizations.
Professional Arts Festivals and Performing Arts Series Presenters
This stream provides support to existing professional arts festivals and performing arts series presenters, to offer a variety of professional artistic experiences to Canadians.
Read more about who can apply for funding through Programming: Professional Arts Festivals and Performing Arts Series Presenters.
Presenter Support Organizations
This stream provides support to existing presenter support organizations, to assist with activities and services that help arts presenters to evolve professionally in their field.
Read more about who can apply for funding through Programming: Presenter Support Organizations.
This component provides support for the emergence of arts presenters and presenter support organizations for under-served communities or artistic practices.
Note: An organization cannot apply to the “Programming” component and the “Development” component in the same year for its regular programming activities.
Read more about who can apply for funding through the Canada Arts Presentation Fund's Development component.
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