Arts & Culture
|Royal Winnipeg Ballet|
The RWB, through its “Sharing Dance” program is engaging with inner-city students to help them experience and appreciate dance.
|Shakespeare in the Ruins, Winnipeg|
A unique program is introducing Shakespeare to inmates at Stoney Mountain Penitentiary. Those studying the bard gain self-confidence as well as a high school credit in drama. These inmates are courageous.
|Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art, Winnipeg|
A new central air conditioner will help MAWA deliver its life-changing artistic endeavours to women in the community, many of whom have significant challenges to overcome.
|Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg|
RMTC tours rural and northern Manitoba to facilitate exposure to professional theatre for isolated Manitobans.
|Camerata Nova, Winnipeg|
This grant helped Camerata Nova deliver its arts programming in northern Manitoba.
|Theatre Projects Manitoba|
This grant helped towards the production of “A Short History of Crazy Bone”.
|Manitoba Printmakers Association Inc., Winnipeg|
The association incorporated in 1988, promotes excellence in printmaking and encourages artists through technique, education and community engagement. This grant will help support a series of summer events to celebrate their 30 year anniversary.
|Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Winnipeg|
MCO has a youth outreach program which reaches 7,500 children per year. Its main offering is the Youth Fiddling Program. This grant will help towards their 2018 Northern tour.
|Tivoli Community Theatre, Pilot Mound|
The Tivoli established in 1935. It provides year round entertainment for the community and surrounding area. This grant helps toward the purchase of digital equipment for the theatre.
|Sarasvati Dramatic Theatre Productions and Repertory, Winnipeg |
"Home 2.0" is a play that shares the stories of immigrant and refugee youth who have resettled in Canada. This grant helps with the production of the play.
|Graffiti Art Programming Inc., Winnipeg|
GAF works with inner-city students to keep them out of harm's way by focusing on artistic endeavours. This grant helped towards the Wall to Wall Mentorship program.
|Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra|
The WSO, in partnership with the Seven Oaks and Winnipeg school divisions, operates the Sistema Winnipeg program. Providing music teaching to students in Winnipeg’s North End. This grant assists WSO in carrying out this program.
|*Scandinavian Cultural Centre, Winnipeg|
The Scandinavian Centre is a multi-cultural centre in Winnipeg, incorporated in 1961. They are home to five cultural groups representing the Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. This grant helps towards creating a mural that will be painted on their building to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the incorporation of the Scandinavian Cultural Centre.