Cultural groups invited to apply for $10,000 grant

Lower Mainland cultural groups are invited to apply for funding of up to $10,000 from Metro Vancouver for Regional Project Grants

Lower Mainland cultural groups are invited to apply for funding of up to $10,000 from Metro Vancouver for Regional Project Grants.

The Regional Project Grants will support research creation, production, dissemination, audience development, project staff and/or administrative capacity building, and cap the per-project grant awarded to a maximum of $10,000.

The 2016 application form and the Project Grant Eligibility and Selection Criteria can be downloaded from www.metrovancouver.org/cultural-grants.

Alternatively, request the application form and grant eligibility material by emailing judy.robertson@metrovancouver.org or calling 604-432-6205.

Completed applications must be submitted by 4 p.m. on Monday, June 6.

For more information, contact Metro Vancouver at 604-432-6200.

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